Learn how to make a cute little brooch to wear during Fall or you can even wear it on Thanksgiving day 🙂 You can even make one for all of your guests.
Here is a pen and pencil holder craft that is easy to make and great for an Autumn / Fall theme. This pencil holder is made with a recycled cardboard tube from a toilet paper roll or a paper towel roll. Use seeds and paint or markers to decorate the cardboard tube. Find the crafts instructions below. Your kids will love this one.
Today I’m going to continue with some Thanksgiving crafts by showing you how to make a Thanksgiving candle. This candle is very easy to make, but it turns out beautifully. You will see how just by adding some seeds to an average candle can make it into something spectacular. Make a bunch of these and add them to your Thanksgiving table or put them around the house as Thanksgiving decorations. Either way it will look beautiful. So, let’s get started.
Thanksgiving is coming up quickly. But, don’t stress you still have plenty of time to make your Thanksgiving festivities unique. Today I will show you how to make Cornucopia Silverware Holders for your Thanksgiving table. These Thanksgiving silverware holders are in the shape of a cornucopia…. they are the perfect shape and size to hold your silverware. This is a great way not only to add a Thanksgiving flair to your dinner table, but it is also a great way to keep all the silverware in place. So, let’s get started.
Thanksgiving will be here in no time at all. And, one of the lessons we try to teach our children about the Thanksgiving Holiday is the Pilgrims and the Mayflower. What I found during lessons is that teaching them visually is the easiest way to get them to understand…. hence doing a craft. So, today I thought I would show you my Favorite Mayflower Craft Ideas for Thanksgiving. I found these Mayflower crafts while searching the internet. They are all really incredible and a ton of fun. Surely, you will be able to find some Mayflower craft ideas from this list….. use them to help teach your children about the Pilgrims and their travel on the Mayflower.
Today I am going to continue with the fun Thanksgiving crafts. In this post I’m going to show you how to make a decorative corn filled with treats for Thanksgiving. If you are having Thanksgiving dinner at your house then this is a great craft for you. You can make these treat filled corns for the children attending your Thanksgiving feast. Sure, they can’t eat the treats before dinner, but these festive corns will be perfect for the children to take home with them. They will truly get a kick of out them. So, let’s get started.
Thanksgiving is coming up quickly. This month wouldn’t it be a great idea to fill it with crafts that remind us what this Holiday is all about….. being thankful. We all have so much to be thankful for. So, in this link roundup I have scoured the internet to find crafts that all have to do with being thankful. Each craft is a lot of fun and all can be used as a Thanksgiving decoration…. but most of all they remind us to be thankful. With these crafts you will be doing them as a family…. and family is one of the most important reasons to be thankful. So, get ready to spend some time looking at some amazing Thanksgiving “Giving Thanks” Crafts….. you are sure to find one that you will love.
Oh boy, do I have a fun craft for you today perfect for the Thanksgiving season. Today I’m going to show you how to make Pinecone Turkeys perfect for Thanksgiving. These pinecone turkeys will look great around the house as Thanksgiving decorations. Plus, your kids will love to make them. They are a lot of fun and your kids will have great pride in knowing they made items you could actually put around the house as decorations. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
Whether you want to teach your children about the Pilgrims or whether you are just looking for some Thanksgiving decorations to put around the house…. I have a great Thanksgiving craft for you. Today I’m going to show you how to make Paper Log Cabins for Thanksgiving. This would be a great craft to help teach your children about Thanksgiving and how important the Pilgrims were to that…. plus, the craft is a lot of fun. Use the finished Log Cabin to put around the house as a Thanksgiving decoration. Let’s get started.
Today I’m going to show you how to Make Wigwams and Canoes for Thanksgiving. These items are perfect to use as decorations for Thanksgiving. Actually, add these items to our Indian Village Craft and have an entire Indian Village to Display for Thanksgiving. Wouldn’t that be wonderful? You can use both of these crafts to talk about the Native Americans and what they have given our Country. Remind the children about the story of Thanksgiving. Do a fun craft and a wonderful lesson at the same time.
I have an awesome fall craft for you today. In this post I’m going to show you how to make Gourd Rattles and Maracas. When you fill these gourds with pebbles they make the most playful sounds. It is a festive way to use these gourds this fall season. The kids will love playing with these noise makers…. Not to mention the great fun they will have making this craft. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, but it’s not too late to make a decoration for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Today I will show you how to make a Hay Decoration for Thanksgiving. Made out of yellow paper and thick thread this Hay decoration is sure to be a huge hit for Thanksgiving. And, the best part…. you can say you made this decoration yourself. So, let’s get started.
The leaves are falling,the air has gotten brisk and Halloween is just around the corner. What does that mean? Yep, Fall is here and it is raring to go. I love fall…. the kids are back in school and I could finally pull out all of my favorite sweaters. What else does it mean? It is time to decorate for the fall season. Today I will show you how to make a Pumpkin Girl decoration for Fall. Let’s get started.
Scarecrows are a great fall character. You see them in fall all around corn fields to protect the corn from crows. Well, what fall holiday do the kids love more than any other??? Halloween, of course. Here I will show you how to make a brown bag Scarecrow decoration perfect to display this Halloween season…. and why not even the entire fall season!!