Give Thanks with Burlap: Crafty Thanksgiving Ideas for Your Home

Features Burlap Decoration Ideas for Your Home This Thanksgiving

Burlap is best known for its use as a woven fabric for holding sacks of potatoes, but we’re seeing it as a great material for making something meaningful and crafty for Thanksgiving. Give your home a rustic look this year with a lovely burlap-made decoration all in the spirit of giving thanks! Thus, we’re sharing these 5 crafty creations that you can either make or buy.

Crafty Decorations with Burlap for Thanksgiving

These crafty decorations can be used throughout your home from a hanging door wreath (1) to a banner (2) to display on your mantel. A beautiful burlap canvas art (3) can be used as a decoration on your entryway table. Decorate your guest bathroom wall with a whimsical burlap pumpkin sign (4), while lay out your Thanksgiving dinner table with a rustic burlap table runner (5).

Crafty Decorations with Burlap for Thanksgiving

1 – A “Give thanks” banner with burlap wreath – see the tutorial via Paper Source that comes with a printable banner.

2 – An easy Thanksgiving burlap canvas art from Addicted 2 DIY, that uses a ready-made burlap canvas, stenciled wording, and mini bunting hanging on twine.

3 – A burlap table runner bearing the words “Give Thanks” that is stenciled using acrylic paint.  See the DIY from Sweetly Chic Events.

4 – A pumpkin-shaped “give thanks” wall or door hanger decorated with a raffia ribbon and hanging on twine via Amazon from seller, Mud Pie.

5 – A “GIVE THANKS” banner with a whimsical turkey motif in the center that is available via Amazon from seller, Swanky Party Box.

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Do remember that burlap is a sturdy fabric to work with. Materials like acrylic paint or chalk paint works best for creating customized messages using stencils. These stencils are readily available in various styles and fonts. Add décor accents with raffia, twine, colorful satin ribbons, and even lace to create your own special Thanksgiving craft.


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