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DIY bohemian thanksgiving centerpiece

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 I love bohemian interiors and decor and the cozy, nature-inspired and effortless style applies to well to the Thanksgiving vibe. Thus, I DIYed a bohemian Thanksgiving centerpiece using elements like dried flowers, leaves and wheat stalks, crystals and feathers. For an eclectic touch, I used an inexpensive plate charger in blue for the candles, a patterned vase for the bouquet and a vintage Indian fabric as the table runner. Use these tips to get your own bohemian look for this Thanksgiving and for other ideas see DIY Thanksgiving Centerpiece with Grocery Store Items, and DIY Thanksgiving Placecards 

Prep It:

  • candles in varying heights
  • plate, tray or charger to hold candles
  • fun vase or pitcher for dried bouquet – the printed one I used is by Jonathan Adler
  • vintage or patterned fabric for table runner
  • bundles of dried flowers, leaves, wheat, etc. – we got all of these at the crafts store
  • crystals
  • feathers
  • anything else that makes you feel bohemian!

DO IT!:

  • If your piece of fabric is too wide, fold it in a creative way to make it more narrow to act as a table runner down the center of your table.

  • Dried flowers, leaves, wheat stalks, foxtails, twigs, etc. are great for a loose bouquet that won’t require water and last as long as you like! We found all of these dried bundles at Michael’s craft store.

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  • Place crystals down the center of the runner, around the candles and even use them as a paper weight for name cards at each seat!

  • Feathers are so bohemian! These foil accented feathers are from the crafts store. Sprinkle some feathers down the center of the table and around the base of your candles.


What do you think? What would you add to your bohemian centerpiece or tablescape?

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