9 DIY Thanksgiving Centerpiece Ideas to Wow Your Dinner Guests

Sometimes in all the hub-bub of Thanksgiving dinner preparations, DIY table decorations fall by the wayside as your energy is directed to prepping the bird. But while the food may be the star of the show, including even basic Thanksgiving decorations can add that extra flair that make people feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Personally, I’ve never been a super enthusiastic fan of the Thanksgiving spread, but I love the decorative side of the holiday. Cute DIY Thanksgiving centerpieces and fun place cards are what make turkey day exciting for me.

9 DIY Thanksgiving Centerpieces to Wow Your Dinner Guests

If you’re anything like me, you’re on a quest to make Thanksgiving not only a tasty experience, but a chance to show off your crafting skills. Thanksgiving centerpiece crafts are a lovely opportunity to do so. Sure, everyone will be praising your magnificent green bean casserole, but they’ll also notice the time and thought you put into making your own DIY Thanksgiving decor.

You’ll be super thankful for these fresh and fun ideas that will make this Thanksgiving stand out in everyone’s mind as the best-decorated. Aside from all the compliments you’ll receive over your contributions to the Thanksgiving feast, people are bound to notice your fabulous Thanksgiving craft creations as well.

Thanksgiving Twig Centerpiece

                           Thanksgiving Twig Centerpiece – a colorful way to spruce up the table!

Air Freshener Turkey Centerpiece

Air Freshener Turkey Centerpiece

Autumn Harvest Centerpiece

Autumn Harvest Centerpiece

Autumn Votive Centerpiece

Autumn Votive Centerpiece

Pumpkin and Candle Centerpiece

Pumpkin and Candle Centerpiece

Make a Thanksgiving Cornucopia

                    Make a Thanksgiving Cornucopia – you can’t go wrong with a classic cornucopia!

Tom the Turkey Pumpkin

Tom the Turkey Pumpkin – a good idea the kids will like.

Give Thanks Thanksgiving Centerpieces

Give Thanks Thanksgiving Centerpieces

Mayflower Table Centerpiece

                    Mayflower Table Centerpiece  – I love this one – unexpected and delightful!

If you found something that suited your fancy here, you’re bound to love the great Thanksgiving ideas in 24 Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes and Fall Craft Projects free eBook.

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving dish to eat?


The Ultimate List of Last-Minute Thanksgiving Crafts

As Thanksgiving seems to be rounding the corner, we’ve put together the ultimate list of last-minute Thanksgiving crafts. Why is it the ultimate list? It’s the best list because these are all easy and fast projects that all crafters will enjoy. All ages will find a new favorite and fun craft project among this list because we’ve included crafts for toddlers and crafts for adults. There’s something for everyone, and each and every project is perfectly festive.

The Ultimate List of Last-Minute Thanksgiving Crafts

Among this list, you’ll find jewelry projects, DIY home decor, and more! Of course, we had to include our favorite recycled craft projects like this Super Simple Coffee Filter Turkey Craft. This Turkey and Pumpkin Thanksgiving Garland isn’t half-bad either. The tutorial shows you how to use plastic bags to make a great DIY Thanksgiving decoration! If we can find a chance to use recycled materials, then you bet we’ll give it a go. Even these Repurposed Thanksgiving Blocks show you how to make use of those crafting supplies you thought you would just end up tossing out.

If you’re looking to add some quick, festive decor to your front door, then try this super affordable Easy Corn Husk DIY Wreath. If you’re looking to decorate you walls, just try this Precious Pumpkin Pie Thanksgiving Printable Wall Art and you’re done! So easy and simple! We love budget-friendly DIY decorations for the holidays, so if you haven’t made yourself some Thanksgiving crafts yet, then this is the perfect list for you to get started. The hardest part will be deciding which craft to make first!

Quick & Easy Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

Colorful Cupcake Liner Turkey Craft for KidsSuper Simple Coffee Filter Turkey Craft

Lil’ Turkey No-Sew Onesie

Recycled Cd Turkey Kid Craft

Pinecone Pilgrim Turkey With Handprints

Colorful Cupcake Liner Turkey Craft for Kids


DIY Home Decor for Thanksgiving

Easy Corn Husk DIY WreathTurkey and Pumpkin Thanksgiving Garland

Easy Corn Husk DIY Wreath

Feather and Corn Husk Table Settings

DIY Fall Branch Centerpiece

Precious Pumpkin Pie Thanksgiving Printable Wall Art


More Last-Minute Thanksgiving Crafts

Thanksgiving Menu Tote BagPom Pom DIY Necklace

Pumpkin Patch Memory Wire Bracelet

Thanksgiving Menu Tote Bag

Repurposed Thanksgiving Blocks

Charming Envelope Thanksgiving Banner

Precious Pumpkin Pie Thanksgiving Printable Wall Art

Autumn Memory Wire Bracelet

Fall Leaves Free Crochet Pattern


Comment below and let us know, what are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?

13 Thanksgiving Decor Ideas to Set the Mood

Forget Christmas – Thanksgiving is the most wonderful time of the year. The yummy food and the spirit of togetherness just can’t be beat. Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season and gets everyone excited for the winter months. Oh, and the food is amazing – did I already mention that?

For a super special Thanksgiving, you can’t go wrong with some DIY decorations. Luckily, there are so many fun and creative ways to dress up walls, table and front door. For these projects, you can use warm fall colors and rustic touches to really set the mood. You don’t need to create a traditional cornucopia or make some hand-print turkeys (although you can if you want to); instead, take a more understated approach and beautify your space. These FaveCrafts favorites will help you set the mood for Thanksgiving and get your creative juices flowing. Say thanks for your craft supplies and then gather them up – it’s time to get to work.

Thanksgiving Decorating Ideas

Greet your guests with an amazing DIY design. Wreaths are a great option, especially if you’re new to the world of crafting. You can add small touches and fun embellishments to personalize your own wreath and make it extra special. You can also hang a banner or display a framed piece of wall art. Still have old pumpkins leftover from Halloween? Keep those knives tucked away and grab some paint brushes – you can easily decorate the outside of a pumpkin and display it inside or on your front porch.

Crocheted Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath

Rustic Coffee Filter Wreath

Autumn Blessings Frame

Hanging Thanksgiving Banner

Swirl Decorative Painted Pumpkin

Harvest Door Decor


Thanksgiving Table Ideas

When people sit down for a yummy Thanksgiving meal, they usually have one thing in mind – food. A well-dressed table covered in handmade designs will help bring the focus back on family and togetherness. Instead of diving into the turkey and stuffing, guests will take a moment to admire the beautiful trays, centerpieces and napkin rings. While it’s a good idea to ban cell phones from the table, but in this case, you might want to have a camera on-hand to capture the pretty display (just make sure they turn the ringer off during the meal).

Classy Thanksgiving Party Tray

Curiously Country Candle Centerpiece

Dancing Leaves Coasters

Rustic Mod Podge Napkin Ring

Pumpkin and Leaf Placecard Holders

Thanksgiving Straw Bale Centerpiece

Naturally Beautiful Fall Table Runner


What’s your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?



Turkey Day Tips: Our Top DIY Thanksgiving Decor Ideas

The warm smell of roasted sweet corn, carefully pouring through Black Friday ads, and eating that first (and second) slice of pecan pie are the things that make me look forward to Thanksgiving. But about 2 weeks before my family arrives for turkey day, I always get overwhelmed with a holiday dread when I think about my daunting Thanksgiving to-do list.

If you host Thanksgiving like I do, you get the same November nervousness that happens when you have to plan for cleaning every inch of the house, searching for the “good” plates, pre-ordering the turkey, and relocating every breakable object in a place where grabby toddlers can’t reach. It’s a miracle you even have time to think about making your home look festive. To confess, last year I was so crunched for time that I decorated the dinner table with some DIY pumpkin crafts that I had made for Halloween.

To make our readers’ Thanksgiving preparation as stress-free as possible, FaveCrafts has compiled a list of our most popular projects for DIY Thanksgiving decorative crafts. Whether you need help finding fast and easy holiday crafts, entertaining young guests,  or are looking for recycled decor crafts, you’ll find all the decoration ideas that you need to make your Thanksgiving run smoothly.


Thanksgiving Home Decor Crafts

Give Thanks MantlepieceAn important tip to remember while decorating for the holidays is that some of  very best decor can be made with common household objects. For example, use recycled soda bottles to make this heartwarming Give Thanks Mantlepiece (shown) featured in Link Love: Get Ready for Thanksgiving.  If you love natural-looking decor,  consider using an autumn-inspired color palette while creating  homemade Thanksgiving crafts. Check out tons of harvest season home decor ideas featuring burnt oranges and light yellows in New Pattern Monday: Thanksgiving Decor. While adding festive accents to your mantlepiece and door will make your house look extra welcoming, don’t forget to add finishing touches to places like your kitchen and bathroom by making a Decorative Fall Towel.


Thanksgiving Table Decor and Centerpieces

Turkey CenterpieceWe haven’t even talked about the most important place to decorate for Thanksgiving — the dinner table! Not to worry crafters, just check out Simple Thanksgiving Crafts: Table Decor, Turkey Crafts, & More for some of our neatest centerpiece ideas. If you have kids coming Thanksgiving dinner, a silly turkey sewing projects like this Turkey Centerpiece (shown) is sure to make them giggle.

If you’re in doubt that you’ll finish cleaning before you can craft,  just check out these 14 Ideas for Thanksgiving Tables for a unique variety of super fast, budget-friendly ideas for decorating your Thanksgiving Table. No one will ever know you added these to your table at the last minute!


Hungry for more Thanksgiving decorating crafts? Check out our FREE Thanksgiving Dinner and Decorations eBook: Let Me See Your Turkey Trot! for over 54 pages full of awesomely autumn holiday decorations and delicious new recipes from RecipeLion.


 What Thanksgiving crafts do you use to decorate your home?





Turkey Day Crafts the Whole Family Can Enjoy

What to Chrochet for Thanksgiving FunThanksgiving Turkey Crafts

Your entire family is bound to feel more grateful and get more into the Thanksgiving spirit if your home is filled with the spirit too. There is no better or more enjoyable way for you to make your home scream, “Thanksgiving is here” than a Turkey Day crafting bonanza. From the decorative pumpkins to the  placemats, aprons, and gourds, you can craft absolutely everything you’ll need to get your home ready for Thanksgiving.

Holiday Crafts for the Home

Although the main event of Thanksgiving is, of course, food (in addition to giving thanks), your family and guests will be all the more inclined to show their gratitude if your entire house gets them in the mood. These crafts for the home will encourage everyone to feel grateful from the moment they enter your house.

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Decorative Fall Towel

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Link Love: Get Ready for Thanksgiving

Crafts for Your Thanksgiving Table

Spice up the table you’ll sit around with these Turkey-Day themed crafts. Whether you’re designing an elegant Thanksgiving table, a festive Thanksgiving table, or somewhere in between, these crafts are just what you need to inspire everyone at your dinner table to show thanks.

14 Ideas for the Thanksgiving Table

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FREE Thanksgiving Dinner and Decorations eBook: Let Me See Your Turkey Trot!

Guest Craft Project: Pumpkin Pillow

How to Decorate Flameless Candles + Pumpkinpalooza Contest

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New Pattern Monday: Give Thanks for Crafts!

New Pattern Monday: Thanksgiving Decor

Turkey Crafts for Turkey Day

Turkey Day naturally requires turkey crafts. The projects below will show you the numerous ways to fill your home with turkeys — both edible and non — and many are also great ways to get your kids crafting too. You can use these turkeys to decorate your table and the interior of your house.

Home to Make an Edible Thanksgiving Craft

Link Love: Gobble Gobble!

Thanksgiving Turkey Crafts

Turkey Day Must-Makes for Kids! 45 Kids’ Thanksgiving Crafts

What to Crochet for Thanksgiving Fun

Crafts to Show Thanks

If you’ll be someone’s guest on Thanksgiving Day, make sure you properly show thanks for the invitation. These crafts are just what you need to make your gratitude known on the day of thanks. You’ll feel good about giving your host these homemade Thanksgiving crafts, and you’ll also have a blast creating them.

Guest Feature: Wax Painting Thanksgiving Cards

How to: Make a Thanksgiving Gift Basket

What to Bring to Thanksgiving Dinner

Collections of Thanksgiving Crafts

The collections below are brimming with crafts for Thanksgiving you’ll be just aching try. Pick through and make a few or make them all!

35 All-Purpose Thanksgiving Crafts

65 Thanksgiving Crafts to Prepare For Turkey Day

Celebrate Best Aspects of Thanksgiving with New eBook from FaveCrafts and RecipeLion

Kid-Friendly Thanksgiving Crafts You’ll Love

Simple Thanksgiving Crafts: Table Decor, Turkey Crafts & More

 How do you get your family in the Thanksgiving spirit?

Quilt Your Way to a Great Holiday: 5 Thanksgiving Ideas and Free Quilt Patterns

Can you believe Thanksgiving is only a week away? The editors at FaveQuilts certainly can’t, and we know that for quilters, this time of year can be particularly hectic. It seems that there’s always something missing from your home decor that you don’t discover until the last minute; to help you out, we’ve put together a list of some easy quilted Thanksgiving crafts that you can make before next Thursday.


Thanksgiving Turkey Applique Template

Speaking of applique, one of the fastest solutions you can always rely on when you need to do a little Thanksgiving decorating is using applique patterns like the Thanksgiving Turkey Applique Template. It’s a cute little way to dress up your linens, add a holiday touch to a piece of clothing, and much more.

Pumpkin Table Runner

In need of something more specific? No need to panic; use iconic imagery from the holiday, as well as the fall season as inspiration for your home decor. A popular choice that’s also versatile enough to be used throughout the rest of the fall months is the Pumpkin Table Runner, which will be a cinch for anyone familiar with strip quilt piecing.

Homespun Thanksgiving Table Topper

Basic quilt block patterns and piecing techniques that you have previously learned can come in handy when creating a Thanksgiving-inspired design like the Homespun Thanksgiving Table Topper. Cut your rustic fabric into flying geese and snowball blocks, and you can make your own table topper pattern that has a charming appeal suitable for a holiday table. You can even add some fun applique letters to spell out your favorite foods; this could become a fun activity that encourages the whole family to participate.

Vintage Autumn Table Topper

Another way to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere with your quilted Thanksgiving decor is through a more specific theme. Vintage has made a huge comeback in recent years and is always a favorite amongst quilters, making quilt patterns like the Vintage Autumn Table Runner a guaranteed hit. Putting this together won’t be particularly complicated, especially if you’ve already picked out some lovely charm packs to use. Like many of the other projects here, you may like them so much that you’ll decide to keep them out during the rest of the season, or maybe even the year.

Changing Season Attic Window Quilt

Your table isn’t all that needs decorating; give any room in your house a touch of fall that will perfectly complement Thanksgiving dinner with full-sized quilt patterns like the Changing Seasons Attic Windows Quilt. No matter what the weather’s like outside, you can depict a breathtaking fall landscape with a mesmerizing attic window pattern that will really wow guests. It’ll be hard to believe they’re not actually looking out of a window!


What’s the most important part of your Thanksgiving decor?

A Unique Spin on Thanksgiving Table Decorations

Thanksgiving day can be daunting. There is food to prepare, people to greet, and decorations to make. When you start working on your table decor, why not try something new? Step out of the box this year and leave those typical turkey decorations behind. This year, AllFreeHolidayCrafts will help you save your guests from the same old, tired turkey decor.  With leafy table runners, creative place cards, and decorative napkins each place setting will be a work of art. You can also create things like these Give Thanks Jars with recycled jars, or everyone’s favorite: mason jars. They make a great table centerpiece and will complement the rest of your table decor.


Faux Leather Leaves

Table Runner Patterns

These table runners will make you wish that you had these decorating ideas last year. I can already hear the “oohs” and “aahs” as everyone gathers around your dining room table. These Thanksgiving table runners are a great alternative to your regular table decor because they bring a fall feel. Your home will be warmed by these fun leaf patterns. The “Faux Leather Leaves” table runner is a personal favorite of mine because of the textured look it brings to the table. For more table runner tips check out the Simple Fall Leaf Table Runner and Thanksgiving Word Art Table Runner.

DIY Napkins and Napkin Rings

No table is complete without napkins, and no napkin is complete without a napkin ring. For this Thanksgiving, dress up your usual napkins with these fall crafts. The Burst of Autumn Napkin Rings are a pretty accent to your already decked-out table. I promise that the preserved leaves on these napkin rings will outshine any turkey-themed table decor. Continue decorating with what looks like a designer napkin, the Fall Dinner Napkins and the Decorative Napkin Rings will accent theme perfectly.

Thanksgiving Place Cards

Your table is nearly complete with all of these fall decorations. Now you are merely missing place cards or tags. You can forget the typical holiday decor with these contemporary Pine Cone Flowers. The Pine Cone Flowers serve as a great stand for your place cards. Place them in the center of  each person’s plate for a cute fall accent. If you prefer the more traditional, these Custom Chalkboard Place Tags are a great, but still unique, option. The kids will love making these chalkboard tags with you. The fun doesn’t end here. You can also combine your place card with a gift bag. The Thanksgiving Place Card and Favor Bags are an affordable option. I know my guests love this little something extra on the table.


How will you decorate your table this Thanksgiving?


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2013’s Best Thanksgiving Ideas: Free Quilted Table Decor and Slow Cooker Recipes You Should Try

Time’s winding down to Thanksgiving, and we can just imagine how stressful this time of year has been for all of you quilters! It can be hard to find time to work on decorative patterns and plan your big meal at the same time. The editors at FaveQuilts can help take some of that stress away with some of our favorite quilted table runner patterns, table toppers, and other quilted decorations that you’ll be able to complete in no time. We’ve also found some popular slow cooker recipes from our friends at AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes that you can start on while you work.

Table Decorations with Thanksgiving Themes

It’s the reason for the season, so if you don’t want to skimp on the holiday aspect of your home decor, use some classic seasonal colors to complement your fabric, like in the Quick Patchwork Thanksgiving Table Runner, or include a popular holiday image that will look even more impressive when quilted.


Thanksgiving themed patterns to try:

Fall Inspired Quilt Patterns

Thanksgiving’s only one day of the year, and if you’re trying to save fabric, you may find yourself in a bit of a predicament. Thankfully, there are patterns like the Simple Autumn Table Runner that are appropriate for special occasions, as well as everyday decor that you can have in your home for the rest of the fall season.


More fall patterns to try:

More Quilted Table Runner Patterns and Table Toppers

Just because this is a special holiday doesn’t mean you can’t still bring your designer style to the table. You don’t necessarily need to incorporate fall colors into your Thanksgiving table decor to make it special; Just look at how amazing and classy the Modern Dresden Quilt Table Runner looks. A timeless look or a modern sensation can just as easily complement your delicious meal.





More table runners and toppers:


BONUS! Thanksgiving Slow Cooker Recipes

There’s no better way to cook for a quilter than with a slow cooker. You can prepare a meal in the morning, let it sit during the day while you’re quilting, and have a delicious meal and some great progress completed on your latest pattern by nightfall. Finally get the rest and relaxation you deserve this holiday season instead of standing over a stove all day with the help of our friends at AllFreeSlowCookerRecipes.

Does this Easy Pumpkin Soup look delicious or what? If you like that, make sure you take a look at all of the Thanksgiving-themed recipes our sister site has to offer:



Which of your holiday decorations do you like to make yourself?

26 Terrific Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids: Games, Snacks, and Activities

Appetizing Apple TurkeyWhen I was a kid, I spent most of Thanksgiving trying to get into the kitchen. My mom might tell you I was trying to get some pre-dinner snacks, but the truth is I ran out of things to do and wanted to get in on the cooking fun. Looking back, I definitely wish I had access to some awesome Thanksgiving craft ideas like these to keep me busy.

AllFreeKidsCrafts has compiled the best Thanksgiving activities for kids that will entertain any number of your young relatives, whether you have a full house or only a handful of kids running around. Your family will love these Thanksgiving crafts for kids, and they’ll be thankful for your crafty ingenuity!


Thanksgiving Activities for Kids

Turkey Toss Bean Bag GameThrifty Thanksgiving Table Boat RaceTotal Turkey Trivia

From brain games to boat races, these Thanksgiving activities for kids have a game for family members of all ages. These Thanksgiving games for kids are a great way to keep your little ones entertained or to get them up and moving after a delicious dinner. No matter what you play, these fun Thanksgiving activities for kids are definitely worthy of becoming a new holiday tradition for your family.


Edible Thanksgiving Crafts

Turkey S'mores PopsAppetizing Apple TurkeysTurkey Cookie Pops

Keeping your kids busy with you in the kitchen can be fun! While you might not be able to get kids excited about vegetables, these edible Thanksgiving crafts will show them how much fun Thanksgiving food can be. Even if you already have a traditional pumpkin pie ready to go, you won’t be able to resist these Thanksgiving crafts for kids. Make these sweet Thanksgiving food crafts, and you’ll be on your way to a perfect Thanksgiving feast in no time.


Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

Family Handprint TurkeySweet Paper Plate Pumpkin PieKids' Table Turkey Centerpiece

Whether you’re looking for turkey crafts for kids or decorative Thanksgiving craft ideas, these projects are ones your kids will love to make. You could even give a short lesson on the history of Thanksgiving while you make these thanksgiving crafts for kids with your family. Even the youngest relatives can join the crafting fun with these Thanksgiving activities for kids.

When you were a kid, what was your favorite part of Thanksgiving?

Sewn & Tasty Thanksgiving Ideas for Kids

Looking for a unique way to celebrate Thanksgiving that doesn’t involve basting the turkey or prepping the cranberry sauce? AllFreeSewing pulled some of our famous kid-friendly projects and paired them with edible counterparts to deliver an awesome side dish to the big meal. Perfect for a November birthday, fall festivity, or as an activity for the children while the adults are preparing the meal, these projects will surely inspire imaginations everywhere come November 28th.

Pumpkin Patterns and Goodies

What better way to celebrate the harvest season than by incorporating one of its icons into your kids’ festivities? After Halloween, you’re probably not ready to carve yet another squash. Skip the hassle and keep your room clean by creating an easy Yo Yo Pumpkin with your little ones. A simple sewing project, this craft teaches you how to make a sewing notion and delivers a finished product children will be proud to show off. Best of all, these Thanksgiving goodies can double as table decorations for both the kid and adults’ tables during the big meal. Once the kids are done sewing their yo yos, reward them with these Chocolate Caramel Pumpkins. The shape alone of these adorable mini squashes is the perfect complement to their fabric equivalent.

Yo Yo PumpkinChocolate Caramel Pumpkins

Turkey Time!

Although the real turkey is the main attraction during thanksgiving, let the kids feel like they, too, prepared the big bird. We’re wild about the Handprint Turkey Softie that any supervised child can complete. Use fabrics that coincide with your table decor and sneak these plushies along your buffet for added, extra elegance. Once your group of rowdy pilgrims has finished their DIY turkeys, make some quick, stress-free treats as a sweet reward. We’re loving these Cute Chocolate Rice Cereal Turkeys as a mid-afternoon snack!

Handprint Turkey SoftieCute Chocolate Rice Cereal Turkeys

DIY Cornucopias

Take this opportunity to discuss the symbolism of the cornucopia with your kids. While it sounds like a large task at hand, it’s not difficult to mock up your own DIY horn of plenty. We are head over heels over this Thanksgiving Stuffing template from Spoonful. Get the templates here to create these fabric cornucopias. Afterwards make some magic in the kitchen with these Pumpkin Puff Pastry Cornucopias!

Pumpkin Puff Pastry Cornucopias

How to Make Corn for Kids

See if your kids will be able to tell the difference between these sewn corn husks and the edible ones. Thanksgiving Harvest Table Toppers are perfectly festive, as well as an easy project for your little ones to make. Afterwards create these A’maize’ing Candy Corn Favors for children to take home after the party.

Thanksgiving Harvest Table ToppersA'maize'ing Candy Corn Favors

Give Thanks: 10 Sewing Ideas for Thanksgiving Free eBookLooks like you’ll have everything on the menu, though a little less traditionally, with these Thanksgiving crafts. If you want more DIY decorations, be sure to check out the free eBook, Give Thanks: 10 Sewing Ideas for Thanksgiving!


What’s the best job a kid can do to help prepare for the Thanksgiving meal?