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Now that Halloween is done with, it’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays and is hosted by our family every year. With my hectic schedule and being super busy with the kiddos, I have found very little time for big and time consuming projects. I was happy to see that HomeRight has a new small popup spray shelter that would help me get my projects done quickly and easily! With the HomeRight popup spray shelter, I was able to complete several DIY Thanksgiving decor projects for my Thanksgiving buffet table without the fuss or mess of my previous painting projects. You can complete these 4 quick and easy Thanksgiving DIY decor projects while the kids nap or watch a movie.
The beauty of the HomeRight popup spray shelter is that you can remove the strap, have the tent pop up in milli-seconds, and complete your painting projects without a mess! I have been using a cardboard box to spray my projects (I know we all do this) but the box doesn’t always prevent messes or accidental sprays to the surrounding area. For about $40, I can have a popup tent that is not only big enough to spray multiple items, but most importantly, complete projects without the messy paint splatters and clean-up!
I took advantage of the kids watching the new Finding Dory movie to complete a few projects for my upcoming Thanksgiving dinner. If I can complete these projects for my Thanksgiving buffet decor you can too! To decorate your buffet table, you will need the essentials. Plates, napkins, utensils, a centerpiece, and candles are staple pieces for a buffet table. After you decorate your table, you easily shuffle pieces around to fit your Thanksgiving desserts or other food items.
DIY Thanksgiving Centerpiece
I love centerpieces that are already built on a tray. It makes it easier to transport from table to table. For this centerpiece, I spray painted some craft paper mache pumpkins in my HomeRight popup spray tent with Teal spray paint. After they the pumpkins had dried, I dry brushed on some tan colored milk paint to add dimension. Metallic pumpkin accents are super trendy right now, so I added some gold leaf paint to the stem. Arrange your DIY painted pumpkins on a tray with some faux succulents to create a beautiful Thanksgiving and Fall centerpiece.
DIY Pumpkin Place Setting Name Cards
We typically have around 9-12 guests for Thanksgiving. These DIY place setting cards are a great way to make your guests feel at home. You can easily create these super cute pumpkin placecards by spray painting laser cut wood pieces (I found mine at Joann Fabrics) and using a chalkboard pen to write your guests’ name. Use ribbon and a sprig of greenery to finish off the look. How beautiful is this shibori looking ribbon?!!
DIY Pumpkin Candle Embellishment
Who needs a plain candle when you can embellish them very easily with spray painted mini pumpkins? Spray paint a few extra wooden pumpkins in your spray tent and hot glue them to pillar candles for a festive Thanksgiving candle. Love the candle holder, stay tuned for that easy DIY later this week.
DIY Color Block Candleholders
I found these wooden candleholders also at Joann Fabrics and taped them off to create color blocked candleholders. Use spray paint in your fall colors to create a cohesive look. I am using bold jewel tones this fall, so the purple and green with gold was right up my alley. Set your candleholders on a tray with eucalyptus or other aromatic greenery for a beautiful and scented arrangement.
Be sure to order a HomeRight spray shelter for your next DIY projects. You can even set up a spraying station indoor for the winter months! I know I will be. What are your staple Thanksgiving decor pieces?