Thanksgiving Day Crafts

Thanksgiving Day is coming upon us. Lots of family gatherings, sharing thoughts of why we are thankful. I put together some crafts that I found that look so yummy! As I say that, I’m am thinking of all you wonderful cooks out there getting your ideas and recipes ready.

So here are some ideas….hope you enjoy…


Isn’t that so cute…and yummy! Here is another…This would be a great gift for a child to make for the bus driver, crossing guard, etc…


and speaking about kids….wouldn’t this be a fun project for mom to work on with their child…


Wouldn’t it be fun for each member of your family to make a cut out of their hands….you could make so many wonderful crafts with your hand prints…I’m thinking wreath..but here is a cute one..



Those are so cute with feathers….and easy for kids to do! What if everyone wrote on a feather design what they are thankful for…you could do this


Here are some crafts for mom….Do you remember my Coffee Sign made from beans… well here is another idea with beans…


this next one is sooo beautiful!


this is a cute way to dress up any little jar with a candle…


This is a pretty centerpiece…


I hope you remember mine….


It’s time to get your Thanksgiving holiday crafts underway….only 9 more days! I would love to see, and share your holiday creations…don’t be shy!!



41 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Day Crafts”

  1. These lovely I take the more elegant great smelling candles i buy from locals in the fancy jars, set them down in a medium size pot of boiling water let the excess wax left melt, the excess left wipes right out with Dawn and Vinegar. I have rice, and beans stored in them om my counter. The smaller ones with silver lids I clean out and use for qtips, cotton balls, even the real small ones, I use them on my desk for paper clips pens, tape, etc. Small misc. Office supplies and I’ve never wasted the glass of a candle since its sustainable to you can use them and use them over and over! Lovely post !

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  2. These are all adorable. I remember when my kids were little and the crafts they bring home from school, it was so cute. Love your blog. I am a crafting fanatic, since I can remember. I always have a box of crayons, glue and paper in my home, you never know when the urge to create will happen and with me it is throughout the day.


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