Thursday, November 25, 2010

Pre-Thanksgiving Fun!

We have been having fun, like usual, doing some crafting to get ready for Thanksgiving. Most of these I saw online and seemed easy enough, so we tried them out!

This one is actually a card. Morgan and Blake each made one (with mom's help) and the cards were given to their grandparents. Aren't they super cute!? This one was found at Peppers and Pollywogs.

This is Morgan's entry into the newspapers contest. She had to color in the turkey's feathers and she wanted to use paints...not sure paints were allowed, but she had fun! ;-)

This family of turkeys idea came from Trendy Treehouse. We changed them up a bit by adding beaks and waddles and leaving out the legs...I think they turned out adorable! :-)

I put them above the doorway into the kitchen...they seem to like roosting up there ;-)

These were kinda my own idea. I had won a turkey cookie cutter last year AFTER Thanksgiving, so I had to wait a whole year to use it, but I think the wait was worth it! YUM! We took most of them in to Morgan's class and to the vet clinic my moms work at. (Moms=my mom and my MIL.) Morgan had fun cutting them all out and putting the tail feathers on for me :-)

Morgan colored this turkey in her preschool class....they don't celebrate Thanksgiving, but no one will say anything if they happen to focus a little more on turkeys this time of year ;-)

I saw the idea for these pilgrim hats on Snack Picks. (I must have got the link through another blog I follow, but don't remember which one right now.) They were SO easy and they'll make a great addition to our Thanksgiving dinner! :-) (They taste delicious too!!!)


I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving!! There is definitely A LOT to be thankful for! :-)

Don't forget to enter my giveaway for a $45 gift code to CSN Stores!! It ends tonight (Thanksgiving) at 10:00 pm.

7 comments:

croleyc69 said...

I love it all so cute !!
Happy Thanksgiving !!

Caroline

Flying Giggles and Lollipops said...

Wow, love it all. We tried making turkey cookies with the candy corn feathers, but our candy kept coming off. I am assuming it has something to do with the dairy-free icing I used...not as sticky.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I love all the projects you did.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and enjoy all the food!

Alexia said...

Super cute projects!

LindsayDianne said...

Those are all such cute ideas. We in Canada don't go nearly so crazy for Thanksgiving. I was in the States last weekend and I saw butters in the shape of turkeys. SO cute. Wish they came out in October! Haha!

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Oh Goodness you always do the fun things!!! Those hats are the best and of course the turkey cookies are super cute!!!

Girl you're the best mom!

Cascia said...

Your Thanksgiving projects are beautiful! You and your kids are very talented and creative. I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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