Gorgeous Thanksgiving Tables for Less Than $50
How to Do ItTo cover vessels in twine, use carpet tape and start wrapping from the top of the object. Don’t worry about irregularities; rough-hewn is the look you want. Cover glass votive holders with cut-to-fit pieces of linen from the napkin and tie with twine.
For place-card holders, use shears to cut twigs about 4 inches long. Bundle and tie them, tucking in name tags. Invest in one special item from the flower shop (for example, green-dyed milo berries, as shown here filling a twig box), and troll the yard for the rest. Scoop moss into a tin and finish it with acorns; stick juniper in low bottles, fern fronds in taller ones. Add cattails for even more height (they are just right for the brown-green palette).
Cluster vessels in the center of the table, placing short near tall and fuzzy near smooth. Stark used cutting boards as chargers, but this look is perfect with plain white plates.
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