Thanksgiving is such a fun time to dress up your holiday table for the big feast! When I was a little girl, my grandmother would pull out all the fancy china, sterling silver and crystal glasses! The table was always decorated with pumpkins, leaves and little turkeys! Not everyone does that now but this project is a simple but cute way to dress up your table! Let me share with you my Thanksgiving Tablescape.
So let’s get started!
The treat bag comes precut with an opening at the top. I just folded it down 1/4 of the way to make a cuff.
Then I took the sisal rope and unraveled it into one strand and sewed up the two sides so that it would look finished.
Super easy to do!
For the Thankful, I used kraft stock and canvas fabric from CCB.
The kraft stock paper was covered with white color wash paint, then stamped with High Impact Paint in brown to give a distressed look of wood.
The leaves were cut using Tattered Angels Mistable Paper in Frayed Cotton.
If you haven’t tried this paper, you must try it!
It takes color beautifully and you can run it through your die machine to cut out shapes.
In this case, I used it for the die cuts of the leaves and it was just fantastic!
I cut out a turkey silhouette in black felt and glued to the the treat bag. To change it up and use as a cutlery holder and place card holder, you could place a name card printed in white and attach to the turkey!
This project is super easy to make and would look lovely on your Thanksgiving table!
Happy Thanksgiving and gobble, gobble!