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25 Thanksgiving Crafts

As Thanksgiving approaches, I am reminded of the things in my life that make me feel thankful: my loving husband and creative children, my supportive network of family and friends, California sunshine, random acts of kindness, the list goes on and on.

This is a wonderful time for all of us to reflect on how truly fortunate we are. These family-friendly Thanksgiving crafts will inspire you to share the feelings of gratitude with your entire family. Whether they be things to decorate your home with, snacks to share, or ways to set your table, these 25 Thanksgiving crafts will help you say “Thanks!”

Thanksgiving Crafts

Whether they be things to decorate your home with, snacks to share, or ways to set your table, these 25 Thanksgiving crafts will help you say "Thanks!"

Turkeys:

What a Turkey // a cute way to showcase what you are thankful for

Turkey Craft // perfect for the little ones

Hand Print Turkeys // a great way to look back and see their size of their handprints

Embroidery Hoop Turkey // just too cute to pass up

Turkey Hat // because we all look better in a hat

Turning Turkey Pinwheels // these are just too much fun

Turkey Hands // another way to keep memories of their little hands

Paint Sample Turkey // a neat way to use up those paint samples you have around the house

Gobble Globes // because we all need a little sparkle in our lives

Pumpkins:

Pumpkin Pie Spinner // its all about being thankful

Sugared Marshmallow Pumpkins // the holidays aren’t complete without little treats

I am Thankful Pumpkins // super adorable craft to do with your children

Decor:

Thankful Banner // this would look great on the fireplace mantle

DIY Thankful Board // because we all have so much to be thankful for

Thankfulness Tree // such a great idea

Give Thanks Gratitude Board // a nice way to teach your children to express what they are grateful for

Thanksgiving Garland // a great way to get everyone involved

Gratitude Garland // such a creative and stylish way to express gratitude

Thanksgiving Leaf Wreath // a great way to re-purpose things found in nature

Give Thanks // a nice way to re-purpose items that would have normally gone in the trash

Other:

Corn Wreath // super easy and cute

Napkin Rings // a fun craft for the young and old alike

Waffle Cone Cornucopia // these are just super fun

DIY Thanksgiving Treat Holders // a must have if you’re entertaining

Thanksgiving Coloring Pages // because coloring is fun for all ages

It’s true the halls of each department store are already decked in holly, and I won’t complain because I do adore Christmas. But I’m grateful for an opportunity to pause, and reflect with my family on everything I’m thankful for. After all, it’s gratitude, not gravy, that’s the reason for the holiday.

What are you thankful for this year?

Here’s even more Thanksgiving inspiration:

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About Melanie

My name is Melanie. I love glitter, my family, and making lists.

Comments

  1. 1

    Great post! Thanks for sharing our handprint turkey keepsakes! Love the ideas here.

  2. 3

    I made some as a kid, and my son did a couple of these last year, they are sooo cute!!

    • 4

      Do you keep your son’s work from year to year? I’ve been keeping some of my favorites, but I’m not sure when it’s overboard.

  3. 5

    I Love roundup post like this, and looks like you got some super cute ones here!!!! Thanks for sharing, off to check some out!

  4. 7

    These are such fun ideas!

  5. 8

    Love all the turkey crafts! The turkey hands are really a favorite — I remember when my son brought home his masterpiece from school.

  6. 10

    Our daughter made a milk jug turkey when she was in pre-school, I kept it for a lot of years and only got rid of it when we moved.

  7. 11

    I think my favorite saying and craft that I’ve seen around pinterest this year is everything with Give Thanks or Giving Thanks on it! Love it!

  8. 13

    Now this is a ton of cuteness! A hand print turkey is a classic that we have yet to do at home.

  9. 14

    What amazing craft ideas. So perfect for the holiday. Thanks so much for sharing.

  10. 15

    I love Thanksgiving crafts! Thanks so much for sharing these!

  11. 16

    Super cute! I don’t think we’ll have time to do craft this for Thanksgiving though.

    • 17

      There just isn’t enough time! We’re going to squeeze an additional project in on Thanksgiving morning (something that doesn’t require a lot of supervision so I can cook).

  12. 18

    Some of those are just too darn cute, like the turkey hat. How fun!

  13. 19

    These are adorable. Now that my daughter is in school full time, she does so much in class.

  14. 20

    So many great ideas, I remember doing a lot of these crafts with my mom and my kids.

  15. 21

    These are such cute ideas! I pinned it so we can do one or two this weekend.

  16. 22

    These are all such fun ideas. We have about a week that the kids are off for Thanksgiving break and these would be great.

  17. 24

    Thanks. My daughter doesn’t have therapy this week we can do some of these.

  18. 26

    Those are such cute ideas! I am totally making a couple of these with my son.

  19. 27

    I love handprint turkeys. They are the best – it is fun to compare year after year.

  20. 28

    I want to make a Thanksgiving garland now, it’s so pretty!

  21. 29

    What a great round up. I love all the Thanksgiving crafts.

  22. 30

    That is quite a list! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  23. 31

    I adore those turkey pinwheels!

  24. 32

    I am thankful for my amazing family and a healthy baby on the way!

  25. 33

    Thanksgiving crafts are the best! Thanks for the list!

  26. 34

    I love the thankful turkey how adorable and a good lesson while crafting.

  27. 35

    I saw those turkey hats on Pinterest the other day and almost did them with my pre-k class.

  28. 36

    The marshmallow pumpkins are pretty cute!

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