Thanksgiving Decorations

Since 1863 when Abe Lincoln, during the Civil War, proclaimed Thanksgiving a National Day, American friends and families have been gathering in celebration. Tribute is often paid to the earlier settlers’ “First Thanksgiving” held after their first harvest in the New World in 1621. This feast lasted three days, and was attended by about 53 Pilgrims and 90 American Indians. Its time to decorate in anticipation of your gathering of friends and loved ones. Pile a bunch of gourds around a Thanksgiving ornament in your entryway. Put out a few decorations or throw pillows and decorate the Fall table. And don’t forget to add a warm welcome at the street!

pilgrimsFor the House

Pilgrim Couple Figures 16″

These are beautifully detailed Autumn Harvest Thanksgiving Pilgrim Figures. The bottom of each figure is slightly hollowed out and features a collection of fall pumpkins, grapes, corn, apples and gourds. They would look lovely on any mantle or in a table centerpiece.

Dimensions: 16″H x 4.75″W x 3.25″D

cornucopiaHarvest Collection Thanksgiving Pumpkin Cornucopia Table Centerpiece 12.25″

Your table would look great with this festive cornucopia centerpiece overflowing with grapes, corn, wheat, cucumbers, nuts, squash and a large pumpkin. It has a distressed banner across cornucopia reads “Bless us Oh Lord and these Thy gifts Which we are about to receive from Thy bounty through Christ our Lord, Amen.”

Dimensions: 11.5″H x 12.25″W x 9.5″D

table runnerTache Tapestry Country Rustic Floral Midnight Awakening Table Runner

Decorate your table with this lovely Morning Awakening Table Runner.

Features

  • Great Home Decoration for the Holiday Season
  • Size 13 x 90 Inches
  • Keeps Table tops clean and dishes stable
  • Beautiful Woven Floral Designs,Table runners Material Compostion- Front: 45% Cotton 55% Polyester

tg pillowGobble ‘Til You Wobble Thanksgiving Turkey Decorative Throw Pillow, 18″

Add some fun to your living room or family room with this large throw pillow. It measures 18″ X 18″ with an 11″ X 11″ image area so you can lounge in comfort. It’s made of ultra-soft brushed twill with a sturdy canvas image area. Ships with pillow insert. Removable zippered cover for easy laundering.

yard stakesFor the Yard

Metal Cut-Out Pilgrims Shadow Yard Stakes 

This pilgrim couple would look charming on the way to your front door.

Dimensions: 36″ to 39″ x 15″ with easel back stands and 12″ metal stakes

turkey4′ Tall Turkey Pilgrim

This self-inflating turkey is great for outdoor display during the holiday season. Have a name the turkey contest!

Features

  • 4 feet tall
  • Self inflates in seconds
  • Lights up
  • Energy efficient LEDs use less energy than incandescent bulbs
  • Easy set-up & storage

scarecrow6 Foot Thanksgiving Inflatable Scarecrow + Turkey + Pumpkin

These deflatables are great for storage – no wondering where you’ll have space to put them, they hardly take up any room.

Features

  • Self Inflates quickly, easy setup
  • Inflated Size: 71″ length x 35″ width x 71″ height
  • Lights Up for Better Nighttime Viewing
  • Deflates Back Down for Easy Storage
  • Everthing Included: Inflator Fan, Ground Stakes and Tethers

Fun Things To Do at Thanksgiving

  • family football game
  • play charades or board games
  • have the kids draw Thanksgiving images on kraft paper to make their own placemats
  • take a walk
  • treasure hunt
  • watch a parade
  • have a mini pumpkin hunt
  • research your family tree
  • volunteer at a soup kitchen
  • give thanks! tell your family why you are grateful for them

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