Okay, I swear it was just Halloween. How did we get to Thanksgiving already? I suppose next I’ll turn around and Christmas will be here. I don’t want to get ahead of myself though – let’s take a little time to give this holiday its due. Otherwise, I’ve got a 20 pound turkey in my fridge that I’ll need a new excuse to cook.
Speaking of turkeys, and it doesn’t seem like you can avoid it when it comes to Thanksgiving crafts, I think this Little Turkey No-Sew Thanksgiving Onesie from Creative Ramblings is adorable.
Something about Thanksgiving particularly brings out the toilet paper roll projects. These TP Tube Turkeys from A Girl and a Boy would be fun to make with the kids.
This recipe for Turkey and Stuffing Turnovers from A Family Feast is more day-after fare, but definitely sounds worth the wait.
These sweet, printable Thanksgiving Utensil Holders from Craftaholics Anonymous are easy to make and would be a nice addition to the table.
These Turkey Rod Pretzel Treats from Sugar Aunts (great blog name!) look fun to make and eat.
The New York Times shared a collection of Thanksgiving Recipes representing each of the 50 states, plus D.C. and Puerto Rico, which is beautifully done and fun to read. Pictured below is Cranberry Sauce with Pinot Noir from my home state of Oregon. Thanks to Craft Gossip for the heads up on this one!
These Printable Thanksgiving Placemats from Cheryl Style are just genius.
Oh, you need some crayons for your placemat? Just add these DIY Crayon Turkeys from Paging Supermom.
This Kraft Paper Table Runner from Dawn Nicole is so simple, but the little bit of black calligraphy makes it look elegant.