DIY Thanksgiving table runner

With Thanksgiving just a few short days away, we are not only planning our menu, but our holiday decor as well! This year, we decided to bring a little DIY fun to our Thanksgiving tablescape with our very own DIY Thanksgiving table runner. This charming “Give Thanks” stenciled burlap table runner is a simple way to bring a sense of rustic style to your Thanksgiving dining table that all your guests will love!
diy-thanksgiving-table-runner-1 Supplies:
 1.  Begin by finding the appropriate letters for the “Give Thanks” quote and then place the letter “G”  where you would like your quote to begin.  
 2.  Next, dip your foam paintbrush in your acrylic paint. While, holding your stencil in place, carefully blot your paint within the stencil onto the burlap.
 3.  Once you have filled in all the open areas of the stencil, carefully remove from your runner.  
 4.  Repeat steps 2 and 3 with the remainder of your letter stencils until your quote it complete.
 You now have a fabulous runner perfect for your Thanksgiving dining table!
Of course, this runner can be customized for any holiday or event. Just simply change your quote or design for a fun and festive piece of decor!  We hope you enjoyed making your Thanksgiving stenciled table runner as much as we did.  Happy Thanksgiving!
Missy LoFaso and Kristen Bound are Pretty My Party’s DIY contributors. They are long-time friends who share a passion for pretty things and planning parties. Their mutual love and obsession for creating and styling events led them to develop Sweetly Chic Events & Design, an event styling and coordination company in Doylestown, PA. Sweetly Chic is based upon creating beautiful events that showcase a love of classic styles, unique trends and of course, a bit of glitz and glam! Follow Sweetly Chic Events & Design on Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram

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