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Thanksgiving Craft Projects That Will Have The Entire Family Talkin’ Turkey

Thanksgiving is a time for sharing and giving thanks! This year (and every year) we are especially thankful for family, fun, and fresh ideas. We’ve gathered up some of our fa-vorites to share with you. In celebration of the imagination, feast your eyes on a cornu-copia of colorful creation!

Hear ye, hear ye... the latest fall fashion has finally arrived! This easy-to-make leaf crown tops the trendiest trees in all the land. So roll out the red and orange and yellow carpet, because your diminutive designers will be strutting their crowns all over town. Check it out at Nurture Store.

Get ready, things are about to get corny with these Lego stamped indian corn cobs! With just a little bit of time and a kernel of creativity, turn building blocks into paint brushes and make delicious decorations that will look perfect planted around your holiday table. Get the whole tutorial at Crafty Morning.

No reason to cry over spilled milk! Why? Because you can make awesome milk jug pumpkin sun catchers! Fall is the magical time of year when the world as we know it turns into a kaleidoscope of crazy colors. These will capture the bright lights of the win- dow AND the bright eyes of all who pass! Get the full how-to at Pink Stripey Socks.

Let’s be honest - we all go through a good number of toilet paper rolls during the season of turkey and dressing. So what do you do with them after you’re done? Grow your very own pumpkin patch, of course! These pumpkin art designs definitely get our stamp of ap-proval. Get all the goods at Make It & Love It.

And while we’re on a *roll* — here’s another great reason to save those tiny tubes! All you need is a toiley paper roll, paint, and clothespins, and voila, turkey is served! Now pass the cranberry sauce, please. Learn the tutorial at Formula: Mom.

Happy Crafting Turkeys!

Posted: 11/5/2014 10:00:00 AM by LEAP | with 0 comments
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