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Crafts for Thanksgiving

Making crafts for Thanksgiving is a fun way to be creative and celebrate Thanksgiving. You can make fun turkey, pilgrim and native American crafts and decorations for your table setting or just to give the kids something to do that teaches them a little about our history.

Thanksgiving is a great time of year to get together with friends and family and do holiday projects with the kids. It really helps everyone get into the holiday spirit and express their creativity. Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful and you can also teach little ones about the pilgrims and their journey to a new world.

Thanksgiving Place Card Craft Kit for 12 Guests

These pilgrim place cards are a cute Thanksgiving craft idea that you can make with children and your Thanksgiving guests will enjoy them too.

Thanksgiving Craft Ideas

Thanksgiving Candle Crafts Ideas

Autumnal Hues Thanksgiving Table Candle Display

Leafy Napkin Ties For a Fall Table

12 Thanksgiving Craft Centerpieces + 4 New Ideas

Thanksgiving Craft Kits

Here are some all in one craft kits that are simple to make.

Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

Here are some fun pilgrim and turkey crafts kids can do at school or home.

Paper Plate Pilgrim Crafts

Thanksgiving Handprint Turkey Craft

Thanksgiving Pilgrim Hat Craft

Mayflower Craft

Thanksgiving Crafts

Thanksgiving Craft Videos

Crafts for Fall

Thanksgiving Ideas on Pinterest

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Thanksgiving Table Decorations

Thanksgiving Turkey DinnerThanksgiving is a time to gather around the table with family and friends to celebrate all the blessings in our lives. Whether it’s simple or ornate, your Thanksgiving table can set the mood for a fabulous meal.

A fall themed tablecloth and centerpiece will be an inviting addition to your Thanksgiving decorations.

This pumpkin and gourd cutwork tablecloth with runner is a festive and stylish look for your table.

Pumpkin and Gourds Cutwork Table Linens

This harvest cornucopia centerpiece floral arrangement will impress your guests and set the theme of bounty for your Thanksgiving table.

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Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family.

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Does anyone have a recipe for Thanksgiving brownie pops?

I know how to make the brownie pop part, I just can’t seem to find any pictures or recipes for a Turkey brownie pop for thanksgiving. Any suggestions on how you would decorate them?? Any other suggestions for treats for a kindergarten class are welcome. Thanks!

Servings: 24 Servings
Total Time (median): tell us

Ingredients1 box (1 lb 6.5 oz) brownie mix (with chocolate syrup po
1 Water vegetable oil and eggs called for on brownie mix box
24 sticks (flat wooden sticks with round ends)
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips (6 oz)
2 teaspoons shortening
1 Assorted Decorating Decors candy sprinkles
Total Time: 1 hour 50 min1. Heat oven to 350°F. Li
2. stick into end of each bar, peeling foil from bars. Plac freeze 30 minutes.
3. small microwavable bowl, microwave chocolate chips and s stir until smooth. If necessary, microwave additional 5 seconds
High Altitude (3500-6500 ft): Follow High Altitude
1 Purchasing
1 Find candy sprinkles at craft stores or wherever
1 Special Touch
1 For more contrast use white vanilla baking chips instead of the chocolate chips.
Nutrition Information:
1 Brownie Pop: Calories 180 (Calories from Fat 70)
1 *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2 000 calorie diet.
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PreparationTotal Time: 1 hour 50 min1. Heat oven to 350°F. Line 13×9-inch pan with foil so foil extends about 2 inches over sides of pan. Spray foil with cooking spray. Make and bake brownie mix as directed on box for 13×9-inch pan, using water, oil and eggs. Cool completely, about 1 hour.

2. Place brownies in freezer for 30 minutes. Remove brownies from pan by lifting foil; peel foil from sides of brownies. Cut brownies into 24 rectangular bars, 6 rows lengthwise and 4 rows across, each about 1 1/2 by 3 1/4 inches. Gently insert craft stick into end of each bar, peeling foil from bars. Place on cookie sheet; freeze 30 minutes.

3. In small microwavable bowl, microwave chocolate chips and shortening uncovered on High about 1 minute; stir until smooth. If necessary, microwave additional 5 seconds at a time. Dip top 1/3 to 1/2 of each brownie into chocolate; sprinkle with candy sprinkles. Lay flat on waxed paper or foil to dry.

High Altitude (3500-6500 ft): Follow High Altitude directions on brownie mix box for 13×9-inch pan.


Find candy sprinkles at craft stores or wherever cake-decorating supplies are sold.

Special Touch

For more contrast, use white vanilla baking chips instead of the chocolate chips. Or melt dark and white chocolate for variety.

Does it seem like everybody is decorating for christmas early this year?

To me it seems like everybody is 10x more excited and started decorating right after thanksgiving. Does anybody else agree?

I think those of us in SoCal are decorating early because we just went through horrific fires. Christmas reminds us to be generous to those who lost their homes and to be thankful that we have homes to decorate.

I must decorate! What can I decorate for Thanksgiving! I am always so lost this time of year.?

My decorating is mainly color scheme oriented. Halloween and Christmas have such clearly defined color schemes. But Thanksgiving??? I am filled with dread at the thought of deciding between all the possible colors schemes that have been appropriate in the past. What if they aren’t appropriate this year? What will my friends – dedicated decorators one and all – what will they say about me behind my back if I choose an unfashionable Thanksgiving color scheme??? Help me. Help me please.

"I am filled with dread at the thought of deciding between all the possible colors schemes that have been appropriate in the past."

Are you kidding? In the grand scheme of things a color scheme is very unimportant. It should not be a decision that fills you w/ dread. You should not be so overly concerned w/ what your friends think.

Classic fall colors are always appropriate. Actually, anything that looks nice w/ the decor of your home is appropriate. You can go outside the box.

I once did a formal Thanksgiving dinner in navy and pink. It went w/ the Evesham china I had and the navy was a nice under cloth for an ecru Victorian crocheted tablecloth my grandmother had made. In the center of the table I had a collection of mismatched brass candlesticks of different heights w/ dusty rose tapers that matched the napkins (yes, it was the eighties).

Use what you have and put it together in a new way. Since gold is so abundant in nature you can work it into your palette as either a color or a metal.

What can a 10 year old make to decorate the house for thanksgiving?

I am still at my aunts house

my 10 year old cousin wants to make some thing for thanksgiving to put around the house to decorate

Do you have any ideas for her?

While your at it any ideas for christmas?

Here are some of the Thanksgiving Decoration ideas, which you can use to make your
Harvest Fall Festival lively, colorful and bright. Check these out:

1.Autumn Door Wreath: This decorates you doors and windows and welcome your family, friends and relatives. This can be hand made. Only you require a cardboard, dry twigs, water color paints. With the cardboard form the words ‘autumn’ and paint it. Sew the words together also attaching the twigs. Then hang them it on the door.

2.Clay Coasters: These coasters are made from clay, glaze paper, and paint. These hand made coasters look beautiful and enthralling on the Fall Celebration.

3. Cranberry Centerpiece: This can be prepared by using an old candleholder, ribbons, multi colored silk, dried cones and leaves. This can be put on the plate sprinkled with dried cones and leaves. This makes an ideal dinner table Thanksgiving Decoration piece.

4. Dried Wheat Bundles: These are made from dried wheat, dried cone sticks and colorful satin ribbons. This is also a perfect hand made Thanksgiving Decoration item.

5.Pumpkin Centerpiece: This is an easiest hand made centerpiece. Swirl a natural or artificial vine around a fat pumpkin. Yet another perfect Thanksgiving Decoration product.

Decorating for Thanksgiving….?

I love Love LOVE the holidays! It starts with us decorating for halloween, then thanksgiving, and then of course the big one Christmas! As of right now I only have a few Thanksgiving decorations like place mats and a harvest center piece. I was just wondering what everyone else does to decorate for this holiday of family and giving thanks?

I’ve never decorated for thanksgiving because we’re always out whole day at our inlaws house which is alot of fun. I do decorate for christmas. Halloween I’m never home always out at parties.

how to decorate for thanksgiving on a limited budget?

my family has thanksgiving dinner every year at my parent’s house, who i live with, and every year it looks the same: plain. (my mom isnt really big on decorations). this year i want to decorate the house and make it look really nice, but my mom is spending pretty much all of her extra money on food, and i am collecting unemployment, so with my bills i can’t buy hardly anything. what are some inexpensive ideas i could use to put that extra touch in my house for thanksgiving?

See the problem is now most dollar stores have all their Christmas items out. If you would have asked this right after Halloween you may have been able to find more things at the dollar stores. You can try the dollar stores. They may have some window stickies and some fall flowers and baskets. You can put some fall flowers and leaves into a small basket and there you have an arrangement. Look for some cheap figurines of pilgrims, indians, and turkeys.

Decorating ideas for Thanksgiving?

I was asked to be the decorator for Thanksgiving, and I need some ideas that will impress. Thanks!

Lol…I was asking the same thing last week..
Everyone told me, thanksgiving decorations were really hard to find.. So, I’m doing a classy christmas decoration with no christmas tree just yet… Good luck!
You can try going to walmart they still have a couple of Thanksgiving decorations, very few… Or target…
If not go with the christmas theme as well… What i did was buy some metal chritmas trees that go on top of the fireplace, Autumn flowers, Scented candles (spice from Bath and body works) Some small tree decors for the walls, etc…

How can I decorate for thanksgiving?

How can I decorate my house for thanksgiving without spending a lot of money? I mean everyone knows how to decorate for Christmas but I have no clue what to do for thanksgiving… Thanks for any help!

Some of the best decorations I have seem are from your own yard/garden. Bowls of fall leaves, gourds and pumpkins, decorative corn, jars of canning, buy some fabric in this theme for a tablecloth.

Thanksgiving Resources

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Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Set your table and set the mood for your Thanksgiving Dinner with this lovely floral Thanksgiving Cornucopia Centerpiece.

This natural cornucopia is filled with a profusion of autumn-hued blooms, including Sunflowers, Asiatic Lilies, and Roses, and then accented with flowers in a medley of seasonal accents such as Wheat Stems and Huckleberry. The flowers will arrive spilling forth from the cornucopia, symbolizing nature's abundance.

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