It’s almost time to feast! is anybody as excited as I am to dive into some pecan pie? Today I have a Thanksgiving day tablescapes that I have created for you that were completely free because I had everything on hand. But don’t worry if you do not have these items on hand a lot of these items can be found on sale at hobby lobby, from Goodwill or a thrift store or even at Walmart and dollar tree.
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For this look, I reused this garland that I picked up at hobby lobby on sale during the springtime it cost me less than $15 because I got it during a 50% off sale. I have used this Garland in many different looks and seasons and I love the neutral base it creates. Just underneath the garland, I have a burlap runner that I found last year at Walmart. It came on a roll in the craft section, but I have also seen them in the seasonal section as well. This cost me under $10 and I have used it multiple times through multiple seasons as well.
A quick tip when you’re purchasing Decor always go neutral and think long term and how you can reuse it in different areas of your home in different seasons and in different settings that way you get the most bang for your buck.
With the runner, I did something a little bit more different. I wanted more texture to the area without adding a bunch of different elements and still keeping it simple so I scrunched up the runner to add dimension. I love the way it turned out. It just feels more welcoming almost like it’s not too perfect. Where somebody can sit down and enjoy their meal without worrying about messing everything up!
The last thing I did was add a few Decor accessories! I took some amber bottles that I have found on Amazon I got two of these amber bottles for under $12 and the other two Brandon actually found an old worksite when he was a drill rig operator. I stuck some candlesticks inside to use them as candlestick holders! I also put down some pears that were from the grocery store and some faux pumpkins I already had on hand.
I have linked the products or similar products for you to re-create this look at home and I’ve also linked a video so you can watch this look come together. I hope this inspires you to have an amazing table for Thanksgiving on a very simple budget!