It’s almost time to bust out the roast turkey and mashed potatoes. I think Thanksgiving might be my favourite holiday (okay, I say that about every holiday). In Canada, Thanksgiving falls on the second Monday in October…much earlier than south of the border. With Thanksgiving arriving this coming weekend the girls are getting busy crafting for the day. I’ve been searching out fun Thanksgiving crafts that kids can make for the holiday table and I thought I would share them all with you.
Fill the table with Enchanted Homeschooling Mom‘s yarn pumpkins.
The Country Chic Cottage made these fun bottle cap turkey napkin rings.
Write your own Thankgiving fortune cookies, from Kind Over Matter.
Love this table top tree craft from 1plus1plus1plus1equals1.
So many lovely nature napkin rings from Happiness is Homemade.
Simple fall branch centrepiece from Housing a Forest.
These “We Give Thanks” placemats from Imprints from Tricia are super cute.
Be creative with your gratitude with these gratitude pumpkins from The Moffatt Girls.
Light up the table with children’s artwork inspired by Aunt Peaches.
Have fun beading pumpkins from Cutesy Crafts.
Jessica Burns‘ pear “Give Thanks” display is so simple and lovely.
Turn gourds into stamps to create a festive table runner.
Gather leaves to make a leaf turkey from A Lovely Lark.
Make a few hilarious little toilet paper roll scarecrows, like Still Playing School did.
Such a fun craft, fall falling leaf globes from Frugal Fun for Boys.
Turn 1 Pure Heart’s corn wreath into a table centrepiece.
That Artist Woman shares an easy way to turn a paper bag into a pumpkin.
More fun activities for fallen leaves, make a place card, like Cool Progeny.
Host a family of handprint turkeys from Paper Crane.