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24 Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes and Fall Craft Projects
If you love the look of Halloween pumpkins but hate when they rot, consider creating Painted Fabric Pumpkins this year. Halloween craft ideas don't have to be juvenile instead, create a vintage-looking piece that you'll want to display all season long.
Fall is the time for apple picking and the perfect season for a little paper crafting. These Paper Bag Autumn Apples combine the season's favorite fruit with cool fall craft ideas. You will be excited to hang these cute decorations as soon as the leaves begin to change. Your eyes won't even be able to look away from these Paper Bag Autumn Apples. These brown paper bag crafts can even be created for a teacher's classroom. Personalize your delicious paper apples however you choose.
With this fabric craft idea, you can transform a plain placemat into a lovely autumn table decoration. This Pilgrim's Delight Thanksgiving Placemat will bring the spirit of hard work and generosity into your home. Share a meal with friends and family, and make sure that these placemats are gracing the banquet table. Everyone will adore these DIY Thanksgiving crafts, and you will look forward to using them year after year. Create a Pilgrim's Delight Thanksgiving Placemat for some unique autumnal decor.
This Thanksgiving craft idea is just what you need for curling up and relaxing after your holiday feast. You will love adding this Pilgrim's Favorite Turkey Throw to your Thanksgiving decor. Perhaps you could take a hint from the first Thanksgiving and create specials blankets to share with your friends. This is the season of sharing and being thankful, so make sure this Thanksgiving craft idea gets plenty of good use. You and your family will look forward to using Pilgrim's Favorite Turkey Throw year after year.
Bring the outdoors inside with this easy and decorative Pinecone Frame. Great for hanging on the mantel or using to frame a photo or mirror, this easy DIY fall project is a fun and clever way to spend a rainy afternoon. You could also gather the kids together and head out to the forest preserve to begin your search for the perfect pinecones! Looking for a craft that does double duty? Use scented pinecones for a decoration that doubles as an air freshener.
If you're not quite ready to let go of summer and embrace fall, then this is the perfect project for you. The Pinecone Sunflowers will help you ease your way into autumn, combining both seasons into one of the more unique homemade fall decorations we've seen. The glittery pinecone and silk sunflower petals will give you a one-of-a-kind flower arrangement that will last all season long. Break out the glitter and prepare to make a fabulous decoration.
If you're looking for adorably festive fall craft ideas, this Potted Autumn Harvest is surely just what you need. A couple friendly scarecrows and cute little crows take up residence in a small pot suited just for them. This is also a great flower pot idea after your flowers have withered up from the autumn chill. Your table could use a cheery centerpiece, and this Potted Autumn Harvest is the perfect contender. Make more than one and give them as gifts to spread the fall spirit.
Autumn just isn't autumn without a cute scarecrow. If you don't have room for a scarecrow, or even the hay to create it, you can implement Mason jar crafts and make a Pumpkin Patch Painted Jar. This jar is an absolutely adorable place for your scarecrow to reside. You may want to make these Mason jar crafts and give them as gifts. Of course, there's nothing wrong with wanting to keep one for yourself. This Pumpkin Patch Painted Jar would look great in the kitchen with your other autumn essentials.
Your Thanksgiving table will look absolutely beautiful with this Quilled Thanksgiving Place Setting. Made with colorful paper quilled flowers and leaves, this menu and place card set will turn your autumn harvest into a colorful cornucopia of colors. Paper quilling is an easy technique to learn and helps give your paper projects a neat 3D look. It's also a fantastic way to use up all those leftover paper scraps that you have lying around your craft room! Create this Quilled Thanksgiving Place Setting for a feast to remember.
Sure, these Recycled Bedpost Pumpkins may not look like tradition gourds, but that doesn't mean they can't decorate your porch throughout fall. Primitive wood crafts give your space a rustic feel. Use recycled wood to create this showstopping craft.
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