Easy Thanksgiving Crafts And Projects

In just a few days, Thanksgiving will arrive. Your friends and family will visit you to celebrate the glory of the holiday. And the fun traditions will give you plenty of chances to make memories.

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Thanksgiving also gives plenty of opportunities to spend quality time with children. And what better way than doing crafts with them? Below we’ve gathered some fun craft ideas for. Some are for kids while others are suitable for adults. And some of these can even work as your Thanksgiving decoration items. Peep on!

Paper Pumpkins:

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If a conventional pumpkin centerpiece is too ordinary for you, you can opt for this paper accordion pumpkin.

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Pumpkin Placard Holder:

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A simple, yet stunning craft for you. It will add the perfect sparkle to your Thanksgiving table.

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Thanksgiving Wooden Tags:

thanksgiving crafts 3Welcome your loved ones this Thanksgiving with these cute wooden tags.

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Popsicle Scarecrow:

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This is hands down the cutest scarecrow ever.

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Gobble Gobble Sign:

thanksgiving crafts 5This one’s perfect for the dining room. It will motivate the guests to eat their heart out. We love the idea of placing the figurine of a turkey near the sign.

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DIY Pumpkin Terracotta Pots:

thanksgiving crafts 6An utterly adorable decoration item for fall décor. You can use it all year long. But if you’re using it for Thanksgiving, fill them with candy corn or anything related to candies.

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Pumpkin Turkey:

thanksgiving crafts 7-minHow cute do you think this pumpkin turkey is? And it requires just five simple steps.

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Turkey Cone Hat:

thanksgiving crafts 8A perfect DIY craft for children. You can use these hats for decoration too! And the best part is that you require just five supplies.

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Mini Turkey Pops:

thanksgiving crafts 9-minThis edible craft is sure to be a hit with the children. It’s made using sunflower seeds, mini wafers, and corn candies.

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Thanksgiving Door Sign:

thanksgiving crafts 10If you want an alternative to a wreath, try making this door sign. Apply a layer of chalkboard paint on the tray’s inside and decorate with autumn trees and branches.

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Pilgrim Hat Crayon Cups:

thanksgiving crafts 11The cups would look great on your child’s table. Your kiddo can fill it with pencils, crayons, pens, markers or whatever he likes.

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Autumn Leaves Garland:

thanksgiving crafts 12The Thanksgiving craft is cheap, simple and looks stunning. The leaves are so beautiful that it’s hard to believe they are made at home.

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Mason Jar Turkey:

thanksgiving crafts 13One of the ideal ways to use the leftover candies from Halloween. Fill a mason jar with candies and then attach the beak and googly eyes.

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Thanksgiving Place Cards:

thanksgiving crafts 14This darling place card would add a whimsical touch to your child’s décor. And look how bright the color combination is. The blogger has named him George, but you can give him any name you like.

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Turkey Tulle Wreath:

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This one’s a charmer. The color combination is looking stunning against the black backdrop. We can’t wait to make it this Thanksgiving.

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Paper Leaf Garland:

thanksgiving crafts 16Paper leaf garlands can be found at every craft store, but you can make it quickly at home as well. Just purchase craft paper in assorted colors and cut some leaves out of it. Staple it to a garland and you’re done.

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Paper Pumpkins:

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Even the tiniest of fingers can make this DIY. Just cut the strips of orange paper and show your accordion skills. Stack the pieces together and stick with hot glue.

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The Pumpkin Project:

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This one is super simple to recreate. You just need to make rows of painted dots on your pumpkin. But remember to use fabric paint.

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Gourd Vase:

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Who knew you could use gourd for holding flowers also. The blogger suggests using hollowed-out gourds for this centerpiece.

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5 Minute Thanksgiving Centerpiece:

thanksgiving crafts 20This centerpiece is way easier to pull off than it appears in the image. You just need a log, some tea lights, a drill, pinecones, pumpkins, squash and 90% of your job is done.

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Yarn Wrapped Turkey Tins:

thanksgiving crafts 21Give your tins a festive makeover by turning them into mini turkeys. You can use it for gifting or for holding napkins or utensils.

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Painted Pinecones Placard Holders:

thanksgiving crafts 22Sometimes, the fitting décor for your house can be found in your backyard itself. The unexpected pop of color is a treat to the eyes. And it’s the easiest of the lot too!

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Golden Corn:

thanksgiving crafts 23This one looks absolutely glamorous. Paint the corns gold, write the name of the guest on the husk to get an elegant placard.

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Pumpkin Ice Bucket:

thanksgiving crafts 24How awesome is this pumpkin ice bucket? Totally awesome, right?  Be prepared for several people to copy your idea.

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Thanksgiving Place Cards:

thanksgiving crafts 25The messages on these place cards are super fun. You can get the free download by clicking below.

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Napkin Rings:

thanksgiving crafts 26-min-minIf you want a simple, yet sophisticated napkin rings for your feast, you can consider these rosemary wreaths. It would work equally well as place card holders as well.

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Dried Corn Candle Holder:

thanksgiving crafts 27Corn is a classic decoration element during Thanksgiving. And it’s been put to good use in this idea. The purple ribbon is looking pretty.

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A Majestic Pumpkin Vase:

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Take out a while to appreciate the magnificence of this vase. It’s hard to believe that it’s so easy to recreate.

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Colorful Tassels:

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The colors used here are not typical of autumn. But it’s always good to stand out of the crowd, right. The banner looks graceful and beautiful.

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Wooden Art:

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Buy a wooden palette and write a sweet message on it. The lace burlap bunting is giving a rustic charm to the décor.

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Scrap Ribbon Pinecone Turkey:

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Kids of all ages will have a gala time making this craft. Keep it for your Thanksgiving party.

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Paper Pie Pumpkin Garland:

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Is there anything more classic than pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving? So how about incorporating it into your décor?

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Turkey Place Cards:

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Cute turkey Thanksgiving place cards for you.

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