November 16, 2011

Thanksgiving Printables & Kid-Friendly Decorating Ideas

If you were to visit my craft room you'd think I'd skipped over Thanksgiving. I've been busy creating new goodies from my vintage supplies.

Before it's too late, I did want to share some ideas that I've come across that look like fun for next weeks Thanksgiving celebrations. I'm also recycling two of my favorite kid-friendly crafts with instructions:

One of my favorite printable artists is Paper Glitter. She has a free Thanksgiving printable set found here. The kids enjoyed these last year.

Although we make a variation of this idea at Christmas, I'm loving this idea of a Thankful Guessing Game by Sissy Print

Other things to try out...

Happy crafting!
Happy soon-to-be Thanksgiving!

PS. I've got a special vintage Christmas book
and crafting idea
to share with you on Friday.



KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Such fun ideas. Those pilgrim cookies are adorable and you have reminded me that I must try out that teepee craft. Lily is going to her first pow wow tomorrow.

Number 6 and no more counting! said...

all just as cute as can be!


vivian said...

those cookies look like a great idea! When my grandbabies get bigger.. we're gonna have so much fun making handand foot turkeys and tippees!!
OK.. daughters here for breakfast before work. A new thing weve been doing lately. so Im off to make some oatmeal!

Pam said...

The popcorn turkey makes me smile. I'm going to check out the Thankful Guessing Game too.

Heather said...

I saw that popcorn paper bag on pinterest and fell in love with it! It's just adorable.

Michelle @ Dream Home DIY said...

Fun ideas!! We cant wait to have kiddos to do this kind of stuff with :)

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

Look how CUTE!!!!!

Cheryl G. said...

I love that candle!
What a sweet vignette (that first picture) of things you love!

Lynn said...

Those are such sweet ideals. I can't wait to see the Christmas goodies you are making. I will keep an eye out for Friday's post!!
Have a great week!

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Cute ideas, Kim! ♥

Janet said...

They are all really great ideas! Thanks for sharing them! I think we'll try making the hand & food turkey! So cute!

DearHelenHartman said...

Pilgrim hat cookies - I am totally taking those to the family gathering - thank you for letting me seem quite clever and whimsical.

My Vintage Mending said...

The poor forgotten in between holiday. I love all your cute ideas. We always take the day to put up the ornaments on the tree...smiles...Renee said...

What fun ideas!

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