This inexpensive thanksgiving tablescape cost less than $35.00 to put together.
If you don’t have fine china, crystal, and real silverware, you can still have a nice looking tablescape! This inexpensive thanksgiving tablescape cost less than $35.00 to put together, plus there was little-to-no clean up. Here’s how…
Use a tablecloth you have. If you don’t have one, www.tablesclothsfactory.com sells them for about $5.00. I bought this one there.
The organza table runners there are about .70 cents. I layered gold and rose gold to make a copper-colored runner. $1.50
You can buy chargers for $1.00 each at The Dollar Tree and just spray paint them the color you desire. I spray painted the chargers with copper spray paint I had (3 thin coats) and let them dry thoroughly. Then I washed and dried them. $8.00.
I used a vase I had and got a few-day-old flowers from Smith’s for .90 cents a bundle and made a bouquet for $1.80.The copper napkin rings cost .20 cents each to make (tutorial here). Total $1.60.
I got the pomegranates from my grandma’s tree for free.
I had the plastic silverware and glasses.
I could have made this tablescape look nicer by getting silver-colored plasticware or using my real cutlery, but I just used the plasticware I had.
The napkins also came from the tablecloths factory for $4.00 for 10 of them.
I purchased the white plates at Tableclothsfactory 10 for $5.00. The salad plates were $3.50 for 10.
This is How To Create a Nice Thanksgiving Tablescape Inexpensively.