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10 Awesome Table Runner DIYs In Time For Turkey Day!

I have to admit I don’t usually think to use a tablecloth but I do like dressing up a table. These diy table runners are more my style, simple but they make the table look a lot more done. Try one of them now and you’ll have plenty of time to spare before turkey day! You can thank me later.

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  • Burlap Overlap 1 of 10
    Burlap Overlap
    A little rustic and a lot of pretty.
    See more here for $40 at Piperlime
  • Pretty Pinwheel 2 of 10
    Pretty Pinwheel
    Nontraditional, but I like it! These fun pinwheels would look awesome next to a turkey.
    See more here on Green Wedding Shoes.
  • Darling Doilies 3 of 10
    Darling Doilies
    For a more elegant dinner, try out some doilies! Their a dime a dozen. Literally.
    See more here on Ashley Ann Photography.
  • Photos! 4 of 10
    Photos!
    This is genius! You could use photos of all of your family and friends attending dinner, or pictures of all the things you are grateful for. Perfect.
    See more here on Ruffled.
  • Kraft Paper 5 of 10
    Kraft Paper
    Grab a roll of kraft paper and go crazy! Add your guests names as place settings, or label the food. It's unique and I love it.
    See more here on 100 Layer Cake.
  • Ombre 6 of 10
    Ombre
    I'm not over the ombre trend. Obviously. This is gorgeous.
    See more here on A Practical Wedding.
  • Striped 7 of 10
    Striped
    You can't go wrong with stripes. You just can't.
    See more here We See Rainbows.
  • Chalkboard 8 of 10
    Chalkboard
    Who doesn't love chalkboard?
    See more here on Hey Look.
  • Geometric 9 of 10
    Geometric
    Get a little modern and a little geometric to your turkey day.
    See more here on Hank & Hunt.
  • Round 10 of 10
    Round
    Oh, and for those of you who have glorious round tables, this one is for you.
    See more here on Martha Stewart.

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