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How to Make Thanksgiving Kids Crafts that Look Good Too

Kids Crafts Here are a few ideas on how to make Thanksgiving kids' crafts that look good too! You never knew Thanksgiving craft centerpieces could be kid-friendly.

 

Large Cornucopia

Large Cornucopia Create an impressive, large scale cornucopia with minimal cost and time required. This Thanksgiving craft project would be perfect for a hotel lobby, buffet table or a spectacular front porch.

 

Leafy Autumn Wreath

Leafy Autumn Wreath This leafy autumn wreath is an autumn or Thanksgiving craft that your kids can help you make. It will look great on the wall or hanging on a door to welcome in the rich colors of autumn.

 

Li'l Turkey Crochet Pattern

Lil Turkey Crochet Pattern This Li'l Turkey Crochet Pattern will keep you smiling all November long. This crochet pattern for beginners is much easier to bring to life than cooking an actual turkey. In fact, you could create an entire flock of turkeys for every kid at your feast to play with. Let this little guy be your buddy this fall and be prepared to create the cutest beginner crochet pattern you have ever seen. Turkeys aren't just for eating, and this Li'l Turkey Crochet Pattern proves that these quirky birds can be your friends.

 

Make a Thanksgiving Cornucopia

Thanksgiving Cornucopia The cornucopia is a classic symbol of plenty at Thanksgiving. The original horn-shaped basket comes from a Greek myth. A nymph, Amaltheia, raised the god Zeus and nourished him with a broken goats horn that would always refill with food and drink when empty. This was the first horn of plenty. Make your own cornucopia for a Thanksgiving centerpiece and tell the story to your guests. This homemade Thanksgiving cornucopia is just what you need for a traditional celebration that will always be remembered.

 

Marvelous Clay Caramel Apples

Marvelous Clay Caramel Apples Celebrate autumn with these festive fall craft ideas. These Marvelous Clay Caramel Apples would make an adorable decorative fall display or centerpiece idea. They could also be used as name cards or hostess gifts for Thanksgiving. Everyone will be an awe of these little clay creations. These craft ideas for fall really do look good enough to eat. Although they aren't edible, these Marvelous Clay Caramel Apples are sweet to look at and to share with friends as little homemade surprises.

 

Metallic Leaves Candle

Metallic Leaves Candle Embellish a plain pillar candle with metallic gold leaves for autumn decorating. This craft would be perfect for your Thanksgiving table.

 

Mom and Me Thanksgiving Aprons

Thanksgiving Aprons for Parent and Child What better way for a youngster to spend Thanksgiving but in the kitchen helping Mom? The matching aprons are a snap with fabric paint and kids will love being able to help mom cook for the big day. Give kids a special job, like washing green beans or mashing potatoes, to give them good cooking skills and encourage them to eat food they may not have tried eating otherwise.

 

Native American Wobbler

Native American Wobbler A pat on the back is all it takes to make this playful Native American teeter and totter on his bottom.

 

Natural Gourd Bird

Bird Gourd Materials Use natural materials, like a bottle gourd, to decorate your home for autumn. This unique craft uses a rotary tool and ink to create a bird from a bottle gourd. Feathers and twig wreaths add great texture.

 

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