Bring the family together for a Thanksgiving crafting project.
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Browsing around Hobby Lobby in Murfreesboro gave me inspiration I wanted to make this simple, Thanksgiving craft. You’ll be making several of these turkey coasters in no time flat!
What You’ll Need White paper Paint (brown, red, orange, yellow) Paint brushes Every member of the family What You’ll Do Set a large piece of white paper out on the table horizontally. The back side of wrapping paper would be great for this as you can get a good straight piece of paper out of… Read more »
Here’s a fun craft that all ages can help create for a Thanksgiving decoration. What You’ll Need 16 one-inch blocks (Hobby Lobby has a set for just $2.99) Paint Paint brushes Scrapbook paper Silver permanent marker or white paint pen Regular paper and a pen What You’ll Do With your pen and paper, write down… Read more »
Here’s a paper turkey that we made out of scrap pieces of scrapbooking paper. What You’ll Need Different colors and patterns of paper Scissors Pencil Tape Glue What You’ll Do Take three different colors of paper and fold them like an accordion (fan like). Set them aside. Take two of the three fans and cut… Read more »
Here’s an easy way to add a little elegance to the dinner table this Thanksgiving. Ok, so I didn’t use actual silverware in the photo, but you get the idea. This is an easy craft that the kids can help with, but you will need to be the one in charge of the hot glue…. Read more »
What You’ll Need Bag of 16 Bean Soup Dried Beans Paper towel roll (emptied) Glue (glue sticks worked best for us) Scissors Bowl What You’ll Do Pour some of the beans into the bowl. Cut your paper towel roll into circles two-inches wide. Put glue all over the outer part of the ring. While it’s… Read more »
What You’ll Need Scrapbook paper Brown paper Background paper of any color Fancy hole punch Regular hole punch Glue Markers Bowl Pencil Scissors What You’ll Do Set a background sheet of paper down. Take a brown piece of paper and set your bowl upside down on it. Trace the bowl with your pencil and then… Read more »
What You’ll Need Tan card stock or construction paper Pencil Markers Tape or stapler Scissors Plate What You’ll Do Take a piece of tan paper and lay it down on the table. Set your plate upside down on the paper and trace it with your pencil. Cut the circle out. Fold the circle in half…. Read more »
Here’s another leafy craft for kids to do while enjoying the leaves that have fallen off the trees. What You’ll Need Big leaves Crayons Paper Scissors What You’ll Do Lay the biggest leaf you can find on the table upside down so that you can feel the veins of it. Set a piece of paper… Read more »