Thanksgiving is just a few days away and I’ve included a few recipes, ideas for decorating, table settings and activities if you need a little inspiration. Click on each of the links below to go to the original posts for all the info. I hope these help and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
My Thanksgiving & Fall Art Prints are a quick and inexpensive way to add a little holiday feel to your home. And if you’re hosting, you’ll look like you planned your decor perfectly. They’re only $2 each. Download and print the files yourself or bring them to a copy center and they can print them for you. Place them in a standard 8×10″ frame or a larger frame with a matte and you just made your home feel in tune with the season.
Watercolor leaf banner – If you have a few extra minutes – or if you need an activity to keep your kids busy while you prepare the Thanksgiving feast, this is the perfect DIY craft. This watercolor leaf banner looks so cute hanging from a mantle, a doorway or shelf. And you don’t even need to know how to actually paint with watercolors to do this!
The value of a daily walk – after all that eating, getting out for a walk will feel so good. Plus the weather is usually still manageable and refreshing!
And here’s an easy Thankgiving table and FREE place cards. It’s easy and uses items you collect from your home. Plus the cleanup is easy too with Kraft paper as the table covering.
And another Thanksgiving table centerpiece idea with FREE thankful tags.
This mashed potato recipe is a staple for our Thanksgiving dinner. They can be served in a crock pot to free up the oven for even more delicious sides.
These colorful glass vases are so easy to make and are a great Thanksgiving centerpiece idea.
And finally, ten delicious pumpkin recipes because the days of pumpkin-everything are fleeting.
I hope some of these ideas help you with your Thanksgiving planning and I hope you have a wonderful holiday!
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