Whether you are looking to DIY Thanksgiving decorations for out of town visitors or as a way to keep the kids busy during time off school, AHRN.com has put together a list of the Thanksgiving crafts we’re most thankful for!
Avoid adding the stress of decor shopping to your holiday season by spending some quality time with these DIY projects. We chose projects that were relatively simple to create with readily available materials. Make it a family activity by letting kids sort fabrics or cut out shapes as are age appropriate – a great way to keep them busy and out of the kitchen during holiday meal prep.
Give It A Banner
Burlap, felt and a few accessories come together to make this charmingly simply Thankful banner – perfect for your Thanksgiving mantle. Extra bonus – let the kids help you trace the letters and this becomes a family activity!
Give Your Table A Touch of Burlap
If burlap is a theme in your holiday decorations (or you want just a touch of it), this rustic table runner is for you. Keep it as simple as a length of burlap gathered with twine at the end or fancy it up a touch with embellishments or accent stitching.
Sometimes, we need to take a moment and focus on what the holiday is all about. This charming and meaningful craft is a wonderful way to start a conversation with the family about all that we have to celebrate.
A Touch Of Cranberry
If you’re looking for decorations that can be left up as the Christmas decorations are pulled out of storage, this is a simple solution. Cranberries displayed in whatever glass containers you have around topped by a candle makes for a showstopper on your mantle, shelf or table!
We want to know:
How do you decorate for the holidays? DIY or from the store?