Nov 202012
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Decorating for holidays is one of my favorite things to do, and while Christmas decorations get me most excited, I do like to dress things up for Thanksgiving, too!  I had planned to spend some time tomorrow making a few treats for the Thanksgiving table we’ll be dining on.  However we need to take A2 for a follow-up appointment for his broken finger, so tonight will be my crafty night.  Nothing like the last minute, right?

Here are ten Thanksgiving craft and decorating ideas for you to wow your family this year.  I might be making a few, myself!

Acorns, Hurricane candle holders, and candles for your Thanksgiving table

Thanksgiving Centerpiece Idea using nuts and hurricanes

Give thanks - quotes printed on burlap on blocks

Thanksgiving blocks have a quote printed on burlap

Disney's Pluto made from a butternut squash

Butternut Squash Pluto

Candles, crates and gourds to decorate for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece Idea using gourds (great for a long family table!)

dollar store votive holders, stick-on letters spell "thanks" and foliage to decorate for Thanksgiving

“Thanks” Votive Centerpiece Idea (dollar store votive holders, stick-on letters – super easy!)

Paint clay pots and add names for personalized Thanksgiving centerpieces

Personalized Pilgrim Hats as Centerpieces for Thanksgiving

Turkey lollipops made with leaves

Turkey Lollipops

Plastic cups and construction paper make quick Thanksgiving treat holders

Turkey Treat Cups

Crayon holder for the kids' table at Thanksgiving

Pilgrim’s Hat Crayon Holder (great for the kids’ table)

Thanksgiving treats made from M&Ms in fall colors

Multi-Colored Ears of “Corn” made from M&Ms. Great Thanksgiving treats for the kids’ table

Do you plan to make any Thanksgiving crafts or something special for your Thanksgiving table?

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  8 Responses to “10 Thanksgiving Crafts And Decorating Ideas”

  1. These are some great idea on Thanksgiving crafts and decorating . Most of them look like something you would buy . But they seem really easy to make even the kids could help with some of them. I especially like the turkey treat cups and the Pilgrim hat crayon holder . Thanks so much.

    • The crayon hat holder was my favorite, too! Throw some kraft paper down on the table, add the cups with crayons, and the kids can keep themselves busy while dinner is finishing up!

  2. I love the look of the hazelnuts in the first photo. Too late for Thanksgiving but if I added some red ribbons or snowy pinecones I think it would still work.

  3. I like the first photo idea. Thanks for sharing!

  4. There are some very beautiful Thanksgiving crafts on this blog post! I like the Butternut Squash Pluto the best. I want to make some of these crafts next year!

  5. These are great ideas! I’m pinning this for next year! We host Thanksgiving every year!

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