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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

DIY // Handmade Thankful Turkey Cards for Thanksgiving

Gobble, Gobble!  (or in non-turkey tongue, Hey there, Vamps!)

Check out our little "What I'm Thankful for..." cards that I quickly put together for our impromptu Thanksgiving meal.  We wrote down what we were thankful for on the inside and shared them at our dinner.  So easy and a great addition to our table decorations. I love handprint crafts.  (Stay tuned for a special Christmas handprint craft in the coming weeks.)

Break out a blank card (I folded up copy paper) and the paint.  I used Tempera in red to stamp the handprint and then used some crayola art paint from the kiddo's stash to add some brown, yellow, and orange. Like I said, quick and easy.

Any Thanksgiving-inspired crafts that you included in your table decorations?



  1. I just came across your blog today! I love all your great projects! Right up my alley! I'm your newest follower!
    Come on by sometime! I have a weekly link party called Terrific Under Ten Tuesday! It's for projects made $10 or less! I would love to have you!

  2. Thanks so much! We had fun with them. @Rosemary - you have such great ideas on revamping furniture. I will definitely be keeping my eye on you. :) @Kindra - I will definitely be stopping by on Tuesday. P.S. I love your kid-friendly calendar redo!


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