Super Cute Handmade Thanksgiving Dinner Table Decor With Cricut

by Linette

I love decorating for fall and Thanksgiving. Today I have some wonderful ideas for decorating your tablescape for Thanksgiving entertaining, courtesy of Cricut. All of these ideas are fairly easy if you have a Cricut Cutting Machine you should be able to recreate them yourself in no time!

Easy Fall Decorator Box
What you’ll need:

  • Cricut Expressions Cutting Machine
  • Cricut® Events Cartridge, Tablescapes – Fall & Winter
  • Ribbon
  • Orange pattern paper (1)
  • Adhesive
  • Dark green cardstock (1)
  • Favor Box Cut File

Step By Step Instructions:

Step 1: Cricut® Cuts:
Tablescapes – Fall & Winter Cartridge
1. Favor box
a. Orange box (2 ½” )
b. Dark green leaf (2 ½”)

Step 2: Create box from cuts 1a – 1b. Fold and assemble.

Step 3: Embellish as desired!

This one is a little harder, but I love these unique placemats! They would look so good on my Thanksgiving table this year!

Thanksgiving Placemat Project

What You’ll Need:

  • Cricut Expression® Machine
  • Cricut® Speaking of Fall Classmate™ Cartridge
  • Cricut® Designer’s Calendar Cartridge
  • Buttons
  • Medium green fabric
  • Thread
  • Dark green fabric
  • Needle
  • Gold fabric
  • Iron-on fabric adhesive
  • Burgundy fabric
  • Woven fabric placemat
  • Yellow fabric
  • Light green fabric
  • Brown fabric

Step By Step Instructions:

Step 1: Cricut® Cuts:
Designer’s Calendar Cartridge
1. Phrase: Give Thanks
a. Yellow phrase (5” Shift + )
b. Brown phrase (5” Shift +)

Speaking of Fall Cartridge
2. Leaves
a. Dark green leaves (4” Layers Shadow +)
b. Dark green leaves (3” Layers Shadow +)
c. Medium green leaves (4” Layers Shadow +)
d. Medium green leaves (3” Layers Shadow +)
e. Gold leaves (3” Layers Shadow + )
f. Gold leaves (4 ½” Layers Shadow + )
g. Gold leaves (3” Layers Shadow + )
h. Burgundy leaves (3” Shadow + )
i. Light green leaves (3” Layers Shadow + )

Step 2: Use iron to apply iron-on fabric adhesive to each color of fabric according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Remove adhesive back lining from fabric before creating cuts.

Step 3: Create phrase from cuts 1a-1b. Iron pieces onto placemat.

Step 4: Create leaves from cuts 2a-2i. Iron pieces onto placemat.

Step 5: Embellish as desired.

Here is the perfect finishing touch for your Thanksgiving table!

Leaf Centerpiece

What you’ll need:

  • Cricut Expression Cutting Machine
  • Cricut® Events Cartridge, Tablescapes – Fall & Winter
  • Orange pattern paper (1)
  • Brown cardstock (1)
  • Brick pattern paper (2)
  • Orange cardstock (1)
  • Brown pattern paper (1)
  • Dark green pattern paper (1)
  • Leaf Centerpiece and Confetti Cut Files

Step By Step Instructions:

step 1: Cricut® Cuts:
Tablescapes – Fall & Winter Cartridge
1. Leaves
a. Brick pattern leaf (9 ½”< 3DLeaf>)
b. Brown cardstock leaf (7 ½” )
c. Two orange cardstock leaves (5 ½” )
d. Two brown pattern leaves (5 ½” )
e. Three orange pattern (3 ½”)

2. Confetti
a. Orange paper leaf (2 ½” & 3” )
b. Dark green paper leaf (2 ½” & 3” )
c. Brown leaf (2 ½” & 3” )
d. Orange leaf (2 ½” & 3”)

Step 2: Create leaves from cut 1a-1e. Fold and Assemble.

Step 3: Create confetti from cuts 2a-2d.

Step 4: Embellish as desired!

The perfect finishing touch for your Thanksgiving dinner table decorations!

Leaf Napkin Ring

What You’ll Need:

  • Cricut Expressions Cutting Machine
  • Cricut® Events Cartridge, Tablescapes – Fall & Winter
  • Dark green pattern paper (1)
  • Leaf Napkin Ring Cut Files

Step By Step Instructions:

Step 1: Cricut® Cuts:
Tablescapes – Fall & Winter Cartridge
1. Napkin ring
a. Dark green leaf (4” < LeafRng>)

Step 2: Create napkin ring from cut 1a. Fold and assemble.

Step 3: Embellish as desired.

All projects used are courtesy of Cricut. You can find more information on the Cricut Machines and Cartridges used, and even more Thanksgiving projects here: Cricut

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Gina Brickell January 5, 2013 - 11:04 am

REally cute things.. I really need a cricut!!! You can make some really amazing things…

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Nikki Strong January 6, 2013 - 3:36 am

Very cute! I wish I was this creative 🙂

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