Seven Decorative Thanksgiving Lighting Ideas
Decorate with warm lights this fall.
You can create a warm, festive glow in your home this Thanksgiving with illuminated fall centerpieces, topiaries, and decorations. These DIY projects are easy and inexpensive, and sure to add a little elegance to your fall decor.
Want an elegant, worry-free centerpiece to wow your guests? Use battery powered candles in the place of wax candles for this DIY arrangement from anitafaraboverubies.com. These simple Thanksgiving lighting ideas can be setup in minutes!
These DIY leaf string lights from wallflowerkitchen.com would be perfect in a window, or on a mantel or stairway. Kids will love helping out with this easy project using LED string lights, wax paper, glue and leaves, of course.
This illuminated hurricane from makethebestofthings.blogspot.com can be used as a centerpiece, on the mantel, or entryway table. With just a garland, string lights, a vase, and 30 minutes you’ll create a little warmth this fall. Orange angel hair rattan lights would add an extra special touch to this project.
This stunning topiary from thriftyartsygirl.blogspot.com is a warm welcome to guests on a front porch or in an entryway. Made with string lights, a tomato cage, and faux leaves.
This project from is one of my favorites from kitchenfunwithmy3sons.com is so easy to make and will make a beautiful statement on a hearth, front porch or entryway. Simply fill a wooden basket with gourds, pumpkins, faux leaves, and string lights. Scaled-down versions of this DIY (using battery powered string lights) would make an adorable centerpiece for your Thanksgiving table.
If all the cooking and preparing for Thanksgiving dinner has left you with no time for DIY’s, you could simply hang some cute turkey-shaped bubble lights or harvest vine string lights from northernlightsandtrees.com around the house for a warm, whimsical look.