Thanksgiving/Fall Decorations-Hurricane Vases
November 1, 2011 · by Amanda Brown ·
I love decorating for Thanksgiving, perhaps because the colors are so rich and warm, it’s not near as fussy as Christmas, and it officially welcomes us into the Holiday season!
This project is similar to my very favorite Fall Hurricane Vases, but with a bit more of a Thanksgiving twist!
Corn is a staple in Thanksgiving decor, so I decided to create a centerpiece for my coffee table that would bring the season straight to our den. In addition, this project is very inexpensive for the look it displays!
Any vase or glass hurricane will work. These I purchased years ago at Kirkland’s, but similar ones can be found at Target, Wal-mart, or Michael’s.
The corn kernels are inexpensive Great Value Brand and you probably need at least two bags.
See my little “helper” in the background?
These candles I use over and over for different seasonal displays in these hurricane vases.
The artificial leaves are re-purposed from an old wreath I disassembled to use on my fall mantel. Simple jute secures the leaves to the candles.
While I arranged these vases inside my Willow House Jamestown Tray for a coffee table display, they would be great on a fall mantel, a dining table, or in your kitchen!
As always, I love seeing your projects you’ve created after seeing something here! Be sure to send me a picture if you make a Thanksgiving display!
Have a great Wednesday!