25 Rustic Thanksgiving Table DIYs

Plan out your Thanksgiving table with these rustic DIYs in mind. Use branches to make place holders and fresh flowers to make napkin rings. Get creative with supplies like chalkboard cloth to make table runners and placemats that your guests can write on. Adding a rustic tone to the table can feel very cozy and inviting, especially if many of the details were made by hand. Find out how to cut costs further by using supplies you might already have.

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  • Little Log Place Cards 2 of 26

    Cut small logs to turn them into these cute place cards.
    Find out more at Farm Fresh Therapy.

  • Bias Tape Table Runner 3 of 26

    Make your own bias tape for a homemade table runner you can use for years.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Gourd Vases 4 of 26

    Hollow out gourds and fill them with beautiful flowers to be centerpieces.
    Find out more at The Merry Thought.

  • Fabric Labels 5 of 26

    Make your own fabric labels to put onto bottles on the table.
    Find out more at Julie Blanner.

  • Striped Placemats 6 of 26

    Grab your paint to make these pretty placemats in no time.
    Find out more at Hands Occupied.

  • Touch of Gold Napkins 7 of 26

    Add a hint of gold to your table with this tutorial.
    Find out more at Lynn and Lou.

  • Acorn Napkin Rings 8 of 26

    Try out your skills with felting by making these acorn napkin rings.
    Find out more at Tikkido.

  • Flower Napkin Rings 9 of 26

    Use fresh flowers to make these DIY napkin rings.
    Find out more at Paper n Stitch.

  • Rosemary Place Cards 10 of 26

    Find out how to use rosemary to make these pretty place cards.
    Find out more at Spoon Fork Bacon.

  • Fabric Bow Napkin Rings 11 of 26

    Make the prettiest bow napkin rings to add a special touch to your table.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Plastered Rosemary Napkins 12 of 26

    Have fun with plaster by making these plastered rosemary napkin rings.
    Find out more at Luri and Wilma.

  • Chalkboard Runner 13 of 26

    Cover the table with a chalkboard table runner and have the guests write what they are thankful for on it.
    Find out more at Liz Marie.

  • Wishbone Napkin Rings 14 of 26

    Use oven baking clay to make napkin ring wishbones.
    Find out more at House of Earnest.

  • Wrapping Paper Placemats 15 of 26

    Use faux wood wrapping paper to make a placemat.
    Find out more at Oleander + Palm.

  • Stitched All Over Table Runner 16 of 26

    Use your basic sewing skills to make a table runner.
    Find out more at House of Earnest.

  • Weaving Burlap Table Runner 17 of 26

    Weave a burlap table runner to add rustic charm to your table.
    Find out more at Braided Table Runner.

  • Burlap Centerpieces 18 of 26

    Fill flowers in a mason jar and secure with burlap and twine.
    Find out more at Sweet Society.

  • Wooden Spoons 19 of 26

    Challenge yourself by carving out your own wooden spoons.
    Find out more at Fair Goods.

  • Fresh Flower and Burlap 20 of 26

    Wrap burlap around your napkins and add color with flowers.
    Find out more at A Daily Something.

  • Arrow Spoons 21 of 26

    Use a wood burning kit to make arrow designs in wooden spoons.
    Find out more at On My Honor I will Try.

  • Reversible Napkin Rings 22 of 26

    Sew up the cutest reversible napkin rings.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Gold Leaf 23 of 26

    Add a touch of gold to your rustic decor with gold leaf.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Wood Stump Cake Stand 24 of 26

    Place pies and desserts on wood stumps for a rustic cake stand.
    Find out more at Nalle's House.

  • Autumn Centerpiece 25 of 26

    Learn the steps for making an autumn centerpiece with pumpkins.
    Find out more at 724 South House.

  • Wood Cheese Block 26 of 26

    Use a stump to carve out a geometric cheese block.
    Find out more at The Merry Thought.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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