20 Creative Thanksgiving Garlands and Banners

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I am sharing Thanksgiving Garlands that are super easy to make for last minute preparations. You will love one or two ideas for sure. Some tutorials also come with free printables. So you can easily print and create your own. There are garlands (pennants, banners) made with felt, burlap and fabric too. And a few with Fall accents like corn husk.

Let’s have a look at these fantastic garlands.

Creative Thanksgiving Garlands

thanksgiving garlands

Give thanks with these thankful home decorating ideas this year and make beautiful thanksgiving garlands.

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone

thanksgiving gratitude garland

Thanksgiving Gratitude Garland

Print, write what you are Thankful for and hang on a thread or twine.

Thanksgiving countdown bunting

Thanksgiving pocket garland

Another fun idea is to make a pocket garland. And add a task with a small gift for everyday. A very creative idea for teaching kids to be thankful.

Thankful pocket garland

thanksgiving thankful activity

Thankful cone garland

Make paper cones to hold thankful messages for a month. This garland gives you a reason to be thankful every day for a month and practice thankfulness.

Thankful Month Garland

thanksgiving rag garland

Thankful rag garland

Tie fall and thanksgiving fabrics on a rope to make a garland.

thanksgiving leaf garland

Gratitude garland

Cut fall leaves out of paper. And write what you are thankful for on it. String through a ribbon and you are done!

Gratitude garlands for thanksgiving

thanksgiving give thanks banner

Give thanks thanksgiving garland

Make paper fans with brown paper and hang circle scallop cut paper cutouts with lettering to give thanks.thanksgiving felt garland

Happy Thanksgiving Garland

Make a cute felt garland with Fall colors. Use freezer paper to print and cut letters on felt, sew and hang on a thread with clothespins. A very easy to follow tutorial!

thanksgiving banner

Thanksgiving silhouette banner

Cutout harvest related silhouettes to make a garland with brown paper.

thankful printable banner

Printable thanksgiving garland

Free printable letters to make this pennant. Print, cut and stick on brown paper.

Printable thankful banner

thankful fabric banner

Thankful garland

Another cute thanksgiving garland idea with fabric bows.

Thankful Garland

thankful blessed banner

Thankful and blessed banner

Distress using ink pad and sponge to make your letters look vintage for thanksgiving garland.

Thanksgiving banners

rustic thanksgiving garland

Rustic thanksgiving garland

Cutouts you can find at dollar store to string for thanksgiving decor.

thanksgiving pom pom garland

Felt Balls Fall Garland

Use fall colors pom pom to string through a thread to make a simple garland.

happy thanksgiving

Happy thanksgiving garland

Make a simple garland using letters and paper cutouts stringed through to hang on your mantel.

gobble gobble garland tutorial

Gobble Gobble Thanksgiving Banner

Make a thanksgiving banner with burlap squares. And stick paper cut letters on it.

give thanks garland

Creative Thanksgiving Garland

This garland does not come with a free printable. But I love the bows on the sides.

Simple and easy to make with clothespin and printables letters.

give thanks banner

Maple leaves garland

Give thanks banner made with leaf cutouts and paper lettering.

felt leaf garland

Felt leaf garland

Felt leaf garland tutorial

give thanks fall craft idea

Give thanks garland

Fall Thanksgiving Garland

corn husk garland tutorial

Corn husk garland

Easy to make corn husk garland. Use eye hook to hang cobs and loop corn husk on a piece of twine.

Makes a wonderful Fall  Thanksgiving Garland.

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  1. Betty819 says:

    I can see a lot of your craft ideas being very useful to young familes and great for teachers to use in their classroom or in the hallway bullentin boards. Keep that creative mind flowing!

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