Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching- only a week away! If you have kiddos at home- at this point, they are probably home from school (or are about to be) for the next week or so. What better way to keep those little hands and minds busy than some fun Thanksgiving crafts? Here are some great craft ideas that will not only give them a great creative outlet but will also be a great way to add a bit of festivity to your home decor for the next week or so.
I hope you all have a wonderful day with friends and family!
Make your own garland with some glitter and a few leaves from Decorenvy.
This homemade snow globe would be a great craft to do with your kids from Frugal Fun For Boys!
The “Thankful Tree” from Simply Vintage Girl is the perfect family craft this Thanksgiving.
These incredibly easy to make autumn blocks from House Of Joyful Noise would be a perfect addition to your mantle.
You’ll be thankful you made this cinnamon orange air freshener from Country Living before all of your guests arrive.
This one of a kind fall leaf bowl from Hello Lucky will be the talk of the table.
Gilded acorn jewelry, made by you! Check it out at Design Sponge.
These festive pinecone turkeys from A Pumpkin and A Princess are adorable!
How about the super cute turkey windsocks from Happiness Is Homemade?
Make a popsicle stick scarecrow like these from One Sharp Bunch.
These turkey cones from Crafty Morning would make great party hats for Thanksgiving!
How cute would this Thanksgiving candy bowl from A Step In The Journey be to display for your dinner guests?
Recruit the kiddos to help make one of these great goodie bags from Clean And Scentsible for each of your guests to take home after dinner!
Make this super cute pilgrim hate centerpiece from Hip2Save.
These fall leaf mason jars from Sugar Bee Crafts would be a gorgeous addition to any table!
Who could resist so much cuteness? These turkey T-Shirts from Artsy Fartsy Mama are to die for!
Every place setting needs one of these bottle cap napkin rings from The Country Chic Cottage!
Give each kiddo something to keep them busy before or after dinner with this cute turkey box (filled with crayons). Find it at Love The Day.
Decorate bare walls with this pumpkin pie garland from Martha Stewart.
Make snack time fun with this cute turkey cheese snack idea from Frugal Coupon Living.
Create a one of a kind dinner table with these sweet red and green apple tea lights from Little Green Notebook.
Have the kiddos reflect on all that they are thankful for this Thanksgiving with this thankful turkey craft from The Resourceful Mama.
Want a simple and elegant craft project? Try these painted candle holders from Unusually Lovely.
Add a little spice- and some wonderful aroma to your Thanksgiving with these dried orange and cinnamon ornaments from Daily Squeeze.
These DIY stenciled leaf mugs are absolutely adorable- and so easy! Check them out at Hands Occupied.
Don’t walk past that huge variety of gourds next time you are at the grocery store. Grab a couple and make these super cute funky vases from The MerryThought for your Thanksgiving table.
These keepsake (and super handy) finger print tree canvas totes from I Love To Create are such a cute craft idea that would also make a wonderful gift!
Give everyone a special seat at the table with these cute turkey name cards from The Happy Scraps.
Grab one (or several) of these beautiful adult coloring pages from Bloglovin’ to get those creative juices flowing.
For a simple craft, and a little exercise, go for a family walk and gather some fallen pinecones. Tie them to ribbons of different lengths and hang them in the window for a cute and easy decoration. *You can also grab a bundle of cinnamon scented pine cones at your local Walmart to make your house smell amazing.
Come back next week as we continue our 30 Days of Thanksgiving with 30 days of my favorite Thanksgiving leftover recipes!
Also, be sure to check out our Thanksgiving board on Pinterest for more ideas!