Recently I filled and decorated a cornucopia my mom already had. We picked out several fall floral picks, berries, pumpkins, wheat, acorns, decorative corn, etc. to fill it. I thought it turned out pretty and festive and wanted to share my little DIY project on the blog! I used a simple floral foam cone inside the cornucopia, as well as some floral wire to anchor the decor. You can find cornucopias at craft stores and fill them with any fall decor to match your table setting or room!
This makes a perfect centerpiece for a Thanksgiving table setting!
I even used a few pheasant feathers coming out of the cornucopia, as well as some cotton to create a slightly rustic but elegant centerpiece! As always, some cotton sure adds some southern charm!
Happy Thanksgiving y'all!
"Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, for His steadfast love endures forever."
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