With Halloween past and the Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa season ahead, we can’t forget the magical holiday between the two holiday giants: Thanksgiving! Though Thanksgiving will look a bit different this year, that doesn’t mean we can’t go all out with our feast and the decorations that will accompany it. As you clean up those Halloween decorations (or leave them up for a bit longer; we’re not judging), you might be wondering what sort of fun decorations to set out in celebration of this season of thanks.
Those looking for magical Disney touches for their Thanksgiving dinner should search no further. Disney Family has some charming Thanksgiving decorations to set your dining room apart on the holiday. Visit this Disney Family article to get the printable Thanksgiving Mickey table decorations. You could even print it in black and white if you have a child who would love it as a . For instructions on how to make your own gourd candle holders, follow the instructions below.
Thanksgiving Mickey Table Decorations and Candle Holders
Time: 25 Minutes
What You’ll Need
- Mini gourds
- Battery powered mini lights
- Spoon or ice scream scooper
How To Make It
- Print and cut out the table decorations. Use them to decorate your Thanksgiving table.
- Carefully cut off the tops of your mini gourds. Scoop out the pulp and drop in a battery powered light. If you use a real candle, be sure to not leave it unattended.
Note: Cutting should be done by an adult.
More Thanksgiving Fun
If you plan to visit Walt Disney World over Thanksgiving, Whispering Canyon is a great place for a family feast, open for Thanksgiving. Though Whispering Canyon is fantastic, there are other great options in Disney Springs for your Thanksgiving dining experience. Are you looking for tips for a great Thanksgiving meal? Check out these Thanksgiving meal tips from Disney chefs. Do you need more Disney DIY Thanksgiving decorations? Check out our article here that showcases even more crafty Thanksgiving ideas (I especially love the Sorcerer Mickey cornucopia!) Not ready to put pumpkins away? No worries! You can make this DIY Disney pumpkin with Disney Park maps for some Disney fall magic.
If you’re like me and love to prepare for Christmas right after your Thanksgiving feast, check out these Disney holiday DIY projects. If you are looking for something for your family to do after Thanksgiving, you could also try your hand at these Christmas DIY projects that are theme park-inspired — from Mickey Mouse to Universal’s Harry Potter, there are holiday crafts for the whole family to love this holiday season!
Will you be making these Thanksgiving Mickey Table Decorations? Let us know in the comments!