We thought we’d help give you a jump start at quick and very easy ideas for Thanksgiving. It’s never too early to gather those kinds of ideas for crunch time.
1- Turkey Cupcakes - just go ahead and buy bakery cupcakes to make this really simple!!
This quick and sweet idea is from Angie at the Country Chic Cottage. She uses Jet Puff Marshmallows, but I think candy corn would work just as well. She also makes the cupcakes from scratch, but hey, go out and buy a dozen as the crunch comes on! She links you to the candy corn marshmallows on Amazon. You can buy the candy eyes at any craft store like Hobby Lobby, JoAnn’s, or Michael’s. You can find her post and recipe here. Thank you Angie! We love quick and sweet ideas!!
Well, Angie came up with another quick and simple ideas for Thanksgiving we think is worth sharing with you -
2- Stuffed Pumpkins - yep, you make these beauties from sweaters -
You can find her easy step-by-step instructions here. I mean, really, it couldn’t be easier or quicker!! Thanks again Angie!
Start gathering games to keep the kids happy while the finishing touches are being put on the meal, or for some fun after dinner.
FREE printable Thanksgiving games - you know, something to occupy little ( and bigger) hands while your getting dinner ready to serve -
3- For those little hands - an I Spy is always fun -
4- FREE printable games for the bigger set of hands you want to keep busy and happy -
This great Word Search is from Sue at Grand Forks Herald and you can find it here. We are thankful for Sue’s sharing!
Would you like a FREE printable where they can draw and write what they are grateful for? - That is never a bad idea. Isn’t it amazing how our hearts swell when we think with gratitude. That is a perfect habit to instill in them when they are young.
This FREE printable is from Mique and you can get in black and white for them to color in or in full and beautiful color -
You can find this at Thirty Handmade Days. Go to the very end of the post and you will find the link to color or black and white.
5- Painted rocks are all the rage and you can use this craft as a name place card or an craft activity to keep the kids busy. Either way it is cute! -
This is also from Mique. She gives you all the instructions here.
That’s our Thanksgiving Roundup of ideas for you! Aren’t they all extremely simple? We love we can search and find these for you! We hope it makes your Thanksgiving more inspiring and memorable!!
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