Thanksgiving is all about bounty. Extend that theme to arrangements, clustering seasonal vegetables and herbs.
This easy-to-make wreath works throughout the season's holidays and will last for years.
How to Make the Wood Flower Wreath
Create a seasonal garland to drape around the doorway using multicolored decorative dried corn.
Fall Garland How-To
Bring a bit of the forest indoors by decorating a lamp finial with a pinecone, plain or spray-painted silver.
Drape these garlands over your Thanksgiving table or mantel for a natural holiday decoration.
November is just the moment for a crisp-as-fall wreath made of artfully layered dried cornhusks.
The cornucopia, that traditional symbol of fall's abundance, assumes a stately presence, thanks to a coating of shimmering floral spray and a wreath of gold-leafed oak leaves and acorns.
Long after the last leaves on the lawn have been raked away, this autumnal wreath will hold on to its crispness and color.
Greet guests with the prettiest hues from fall's palette by hanging a cluster of artfully arranged dried corn on the front door.
The finished vine can be tightly coiled around a candlestick.
This natural gourd garland looks equally charming hanging from an outdoor fence or an indoor mantel.
When cold weather arrives, gourds, winter squash, Indian corn, and small pumpkins can fill the planters that once overflowed with flowering annuals.
Pay homage to the last blooms of fall with ever-versatile pumpkins and squashes sculpted into vases.
All you need is a pair of scissors and a few other simple materials to grow big leaf place mats from Ultrasuede fabric -- no watering required.
A wide wooden frame, decorated with four rows of acorn caps in graduated sizes, becomes a perfect addition to your home during autumn.
These bright-orange pumpkins glow even brighter when transformed into glowing light fixtures.
Keep these Thanksgiving favorites in view by using them as a flower frog instead of pebbles or marbles.
Fashion flowers from the husks of dried Indian corn -- a farmstand staple at this time of year.
Turkey quill feathers and magnolia leaves, colored on one side with floral spray, are mixed with stalks of wheat to create a stunning wreath.
Casually adorned with colorful fallen leaves, a simple grapevine wreath is illuminated by tea lights set inside mini-pumpkin holders.
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wow such great ideas and there is so much right on my land I can use to recreate thiese looks!
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