Thanksgiving Pallet Art: Our Top 4 Picks

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about holiday decor. You can create beautiful home decorations easily and affordably using wooden pallets, which are often available for free or at low cost. These creative wooden pieces are not only perfect for the do-it-yourselfer, but also for families looking for fun, artistic projects to do together. Here are our top 4 picks!

1. “Be Grateful” Pallet Wall Art

Thanksgiving is all about giving thanks, and this wall art featuring the phrase, “Be Grateful,” is an excellent showcase decoration. Whether you hang it inside your home, or lean it against an area of your deck alongside pumpkins and cornstalks, it will be a beautiful addition to your decorations.

2. Pallet Wood Pumpkins

Decorating the exterior of your home is simple with pallet wood, especially with these pallet wood pumpkins. Not only are they a quick project, but the finished product is elegant and looks beautiful when placed with other Thanksgiving décor.

3. Wood Pallet Scarecrow Heads

Are you looking for a unique Thanksgiving decoration to hang on your door or to place in your yard? Do you have an area of your home where this scarecrow decoration would look great? This project is an excellent addition for indoor decorations as well as outdoor themes.

4. Faux Pallet Mantle Art

Don’t have used pallets on hand? No problem! Here’s a great project that will give you the pallet look, without the actual pallet. Even if you don’t have a mantel, these wooden signs featuring phrases like “Give Thanks” are perfect for the holiday season.

With the help of templates, a few simple tools, paint, and sandpaper, these Thanksgiving-themed pallet wood projects can be created in one weekend or less. Adopt these projects as part of your indoor decorations, or combine them for a larger-scale outdoor decorative project. No matter what your plans are, any of these wood pallet decorations will be a simple and affordable addition to your Thanksgiving celebrations this year.