Dress up your Thanksgiving table with this easy rosemary place setting. I love incorporating natural elements into my table decorations. Fresh rosemary is beautiful, smells great and it dries nicely.
I saved plenty for the turkey, and then made up mini wreaths with an embroidery hoop and some twine!
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Mini Embroidery Hoops – I used 4″
The embroidery hoops are unfinished wood so they can be painted, stained or left as is.
First, I painted the hoops in white chalk paint. Then I trimmed some rosemary sprigs.
Use twine to tie one end of the rosemary to the hoop.
Wrap the other end of the rosemary around the hoop, and then wrap several layers of twine to secure it.
If your rosemary isn’t long enough to reach the other end of the hoop, you can tie a few pieces together with some floral wire.
Keep wrapping the twine until the embroidery screw is hidden. I tucked the end of the twine in on the back side to secure it.
I wanted to add some cute Thanksgiving tags to go behind the wreath.
You can download the printable below. The tags print best on cardstock!
That’s it! They smell amazing and are very budget friendly.
I made napkins by cutting up a linen dish towel, and the plates are from the Dollar Tree.
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Looking for more Thanksgiving ideas? See my Dollar Tree tablescape here!