You'll just gobble up these Thanksgiving crafts for kids and adults! With great Thanksgiving decor projects, centerpieces, and even edible crafts for kids, these Thanksgiving crafts will have you ready for the holiday season in no time.
For unique Thanksgiving craft ideas, try these fun little Turkey Napkin Rings that your guests will love as they sit down to feast. Enjoy the ease of thanksgiving crafts.
Great for munching on the way to Grandma's house or perfect for leaving on the table for guests to munch on before the main meal, this Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix is a delicious addition to your Thanksgiving meal. Gather up some Mason jars and create your own Turkey mix for a Thanksgiving craft that kids and adults of all ages will love! Fun Thanksgiving crafts like this also make great parting favors for guests.
The turkey holidays will be here before we know it, which means the Thanksgiving traditions will begin to occur as well. In this collection you can find holiday centerpieces, turkey decorations, crafts for kids and much more.
Need a use for leftover Halloween candy? Make a papier-mache Turkey pinata to entertain the kids on Thanksgiving.
This easy Thanksgiving craft is made with felt to create cute pumpkin and corn place settings. This is a great Thanksgiving craft for children and the adults will love them too.
These Harvest Leaf Napkin Rings will add a beautiful touch to your Thanksgiving table. Made with simple clay and painted with the colors of fall, these lovely napkin rings are just the thing to help create a lovely table display.
Decorate your table for the big feast with this collection of 16 Thanksgiving craft centerpieces. Find floral Thanksgiving centerpieces, turkey Thanksgiving centerpieces and much more.
Thanksgiving crafts to make with paper are nice thankful gifts to give friends and relatives around the holidays. Make a Thanksgiving card for your grandparents and your child's teacher. Have your kids get in on the Thanksgiving crafts to make with paper.
Make and decorate your own cornucopia for a Thanksgiving or autumn centerpiece. Tell the story of the cornucopia or "horn of plenty" to your guests.