Thanksgiving table decorations – When hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for your family and friends, put more on the table than just turkey. Create centerpieces to add a little color to the table. From pumpkins to the traditional horn, centerpieces create a striking display for your table and add a festive touch to the event. Real Pumpkin Centerpiece. Buy three medium-sized pumpkins. Hollow out a hole in the top of each pumpkin where the stem is large enough for just fit a tea light candle. Get three oranges tea light candles and stick one in each of the holes in the pumpkins. Place three pumpkins in a group and light candles to create a simple centerpiece of the Thanksgiving dinner.
Dried Fruits Centerpiece. Slice several oranges, limes and lemons about 1/8 inch thick. Arrange the slices flat on a cookie sheet and bake at 93.3 degrees Cor at least two hours. If the fruit is not completely dry after two hours, turn off the oven and leave in the oven overnight. Buy some white, orange and brown pillar candles, and hot glue the fruit slices around the base of the candles. Do not stick the slices sail – just stick them together by overlapping them slightly. Place candles in a group on a large plate glass to create a Thanksgiving table decorations.
Hurricane Centerpieces. Make hurricane centerpieces for Thanksgiving table decorations with candy corns, nuts and small plastic pumpkins. Get a large hurricane vase and put a white or orange pillar candle in it. Fill the glass halfway up of candy corn, nuts or small plastic pumpkins. Hurricane put the bottles on top of a decorative mirror in the center of the table. Miniature plastic pumpkins are available online and at many party supply stores during the holidays. Use nuts such as walnuts, acorns, walnuts and hazelnuts to fill the glass.