10 Easy Last-Minute Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas

Thanksgiving is next week, and if you're looking for ideas to make your own easy last-minute Fall-inspired Thanksgiving centerpieces, you're in luck.

We posted the 10 Easy Last-Minute Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas over at our home design blog Homes & Hues, including these ones:

Fall-inspired glass cloche centerpiece by Better Homes and Gardens.

DIY tea candles in a log by Jenna Burger of SAS Interiors.

Maple leaf roses by Kate Hust of Solarpowered Kate.

Check out the full list over at Homes & Hues: 10 Easy Last-Minute Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas


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I can just see mom cutting perfect circles out of the lawn with a paring knife for the #1 centerpiece. That is very Martha Stewart. "Honey what happened to the grass?"
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Glass contained would be fine. Generally fresh cut is not easy to burn, but bark tends to burn regardless.
Plus, the blog post about that project indicates that "Unfortunately, it sat and sat in my garage for too long," after the author indicates she picked it up for its intended project. Seasoned firewood + flame = bonfire (at least where I come from.)
Not to mention the flamibility of the wax itself...
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Hah! Maybe use a tea candle that has a glass container? I don't think freshly cut logs are that easy to burn, but I suppose you should be extra careful with candles and open flames.
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