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  • Myshiloh

    Gather some ideas for your Thanksgiving table display! Learn how to make this acorn basket display at BHG

  • Kim

    An acorn basket for the Thanksgiving centerpiece? cute idea

  • Katya S.

    FALL DECOR ~~~~ This is gorgeous! Acorn Basket Display

  • Dawn C

    Acorn Basket Put acorns to use with this nutty basket. Hot-glue acorns (with and without caps) to a woven basket. When dry, line the basket with plastic or foil, and place florist's foam inside. Add five or six not-too-ripe pears using shish kebab spears to keep them in place. (Unripened pears generally keep for a week or more.) Fill with bold dahlia blooms and sprigs of crabapple, bittersweet, mountain ash berries, or any other fall foliage. Editor's Tip: If the basket is a bright color, first paint it dark brown to blend with the nuts. Keep extra acorns on hand in case any fall off.

  • Heather Sapp

    Thanksgiving Table Centerpieces. Love the acorn basket. I think a buckeye basket would be gorgeous!! The rich color & smooth texture of the buckeye would make classy basket.

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A blend of elements brings together the best fall has to offer. To make this centerpiece, gather a bunch of acorns (with and without caps), and hot-glue them to a basic basket. Line the basket with plastic or foil, and place florist's foam inside. Start the arrangement with five or six not-too-ripe pears. Poke skewers into the bottoms of the fruits and stick into the florist's foam. Fill the basket with dahlia blooms, sprigs of crabapple, bittersweet, mountain ash berries, and other seasonal foliage.

Stamped leaves to thin material to add color on top of white table cloths.

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autumn around the house by lucia and mapp, via Flickr - Antique/Vintage sugar mold

Thanksgiving storybook willow Acorn by LaMorteStyle on Etsy, $20.00

I like the bowl of pumpkins, pinecones, and that cool ribbon

"Once more the liberal year laughs out O'er richer stores than gems or gold: Once more with harvest song and shout Is nature's boldest triumph told." - John Greenleaf Whittier