It’s T-Day crunch time, y’all. And with all the rushing around looking for pie recipes and the best dishes for your Friendsgiving, there is barely enough time left over to think about decor. Believe it or not, five-minute decor for Thanksgiving is *not* a dream. These decorations are the answer to your hostess prayers. With simple how-to steps and only a handful of materials needed for most of these, you can whip ’em up between that sweet potato casserole and your famous eggnog.

1. Confetti Turkey: This turkey is more than just decoration; it’s also a treat for the kids to enjoy while they are waiting to fill their plate. They will love the confetti — though they probably are not going to offer to be on clean-up crew. (via Studio DIY)

2. Copper-Wrapped Candles: LED candles and copper foil tape make for beautiful — and safe — candles for the Thanksgiving table. (via The Holiday Collective)

3. Glam Glassware: Get festive with this easy stemware DIY. Personalize glasses with the names of your guests or thankful, seasonal quotes. These glasses were done with stickers, but you can get a similar effect (depending on your handwriting) with oil pens. (via Hostess With the Mostess)

4. Paint Pen Pattern No-Carve Pumpkins: These patterns look chic on small white pumpkins, but the designs would look great on classic orange pumpkins too. The best part? This DIY only takes five minutes per pumpkin. That leaves plenty of time left over to cook a stellar Thanksgiving dish. (via Lovely Indeed)

5. Thanksgiving Dinnerware: These copper polka dot dishes will look gorgeous on your Thanksgiving table. Wondering how to get those dots looking so perfect? A carrot is the secret ingredient in this DIY. (via Babble)

6. Colorful Gourds: Nobody ever said that your Thanksgiving decor needed to be orange and red and brown. Grab some spray paint and take your tablescape up a notch with these bright and beautiful gourds. (via Inspired by Charm)

7. Emoji Turkey Leg Balloons: These Thanksgiving balloons are perfect for the friends that can converse solely in emojis. To top it off, these are made with only construction paper. Go on, get in touch with your inner third-grader. (via Aww, Sam)

8. Gold Geo Napkin Rings: Would you believe us if we told you these pretty rings are made from duct tape and cardboard? Cross our heart. These art deco napkin rings are the easiest thing you will make all day. (via Almost Makes Perfect)

9. Hand-Stamped Geometric Napkins: These geometric napkins will look great on your table whether you include the iron-on pumpkins or not. Staying true to the season, this DIY uses gourds and potatoes as stamps. (via A Cozy Kitchen)

10. No-Carve Decoupage Pumpkins: If you are good with scissors, pick up some floral paper, Mod Podge and gold thumbtacks on your next craft store stop. Create swirling designs with the thumbtacks or personalize the pumpkins with your family initial. (via Gold Standard Workshop)

11. Gold Pine Cone Place Card Holders: Pine cones were practically made to be place card holders. Spray the tips with some gold paint to give them a bit of polish. Then top them with a simple scribed name card. (via Squirrelly Minds)

12. Mini Air Plant Wreath Place Cards: You can buy the kit to make these or you can head to the store for a few things: a wood embroidery hoop, embroidery thread and some small air plants (real or fake). Some black card stock and a metallic pen are all you need to make the simple place card. (via Lovely Indeed)

13. Paper Leaf Table Runners: If you are the list-maker, note-taker kind, there is a good chance you already have everything you need to make this table runner. Leave pens at the table and let your guests share what they are thankful for. (via Momtastic)

14. Geometric Clay Place Cards: Take a Play-Doh break for adults. These geometric place cards are the perfect accompaniment to the geometric napkins above. (via Delineate Your Dwelling)

15. Kraft Paper Table Runners: Use kraft paper as a simple table runner. Make use of metallic markers and set the table or draw some festive designs. (via Dawn Nicole Designs)

16. Turkey Feather Place Cards: Grab some markers and get coloring. These adorable place cards only call for some pieces of paper, markers and corks. (via Almost Makes Perfect)

17. Faux Floral Runner: The best part about this faux floral table runner is that you can store it and save it for next year’s dinner table. Spray paint faux greenery and flowers for a sophisticated look. (via The Proper Blog)

18. Metallic Leaf Candle Holders: It’s time to get cooking, ’cause you will need to preheat the oven for this DIY. Just use a leaf-shaped cookie cutter to create these metallic candle holders. (via Twinspiration)

19. Copper Jigger Vase: A copper jigger makes for a super chic mini vase. Grab a bouquet of flowers and your prettiest glassware and you will have an elegant setting for two or 10. (via A Bubbly Life)

20. Copper Taped Pumpkins: Copper foil tape is your new BFF. Use strips to outline tiny pumpkins and place them all around your Thanksgiving table or atop your mantel for a fancy festive feel. (via Homey Oh My)

21. Gold Place Setting Tags: Use simple gift tags to create a smart and sparkly place setting. You could opt to forgo the names and instead choose some thoughtful and thankful quotes. (via The Beauty Dojo)

22. Garland and Flare: Is it even a party without some flare? This garland and flare set the scene for a colorful Friendsgiving. (via Homey Oh My)

Which of these will be at your table this Thanksgiving? Tweet us your photo or let us know in the comments below.