You don’t have to drop a lot of money to decorate your home for Thanksgiving. Instead, save money by channeling your inner Martha Stewart and creating your own. Yofreesamples has compiled 10 creative Thanksgiving crafts that you can either create yourself or even get the kids involved. Your guests will be astounded at your talents!
These gorgeous 3-D pumpkins are so simple to make, yet your guests will never know your centerpiece didn’t come from a fancy store. Favecrafts has the instructions, and you won’t believe how easy they are.
Edible decor is all the rage, and these adorable turkeys can serve as placeholders or centerpieces as well as tasty, healthy treats. Follow the instructions from She Knows, using grapes, berries and pears or apples, or make a larger variety using gourds or melon.
Kids love making turkeys from their handprints, and this craft from Triad Smartypants adds a new twist to the classic craft. Once you’ve made the adorable turkey with construction paper and a paper bag, fill it up with nuts, fruits, candies or the edibles of your choice.
Pine Cone Turkeys
Easy Preschool Craft offers directions for this super simple activity that uses only pine cones, feathers and googly eyes with a little craft glue. The little turkeys will be adorable on your Thanksgiving table.
Pumpkin Candle Centerpiece
This beautiful centerpiece will be the perfect addition to your elegant Thanksgiving table. All you need is a small pumpkin, a tall candle and artificial fall leaves, small pine cones, sprigs of berries, fall flowers, ribbons, or other small fall decorations. Examiner provides full instructions.
Turkey Treat Holder
Kids and adults alike will love this Thanksgiving treat holder. Fiskars offers instructions on how to make it from a foam ball.
Word Art Mantlepiece
Take a step away from turkeys and pumpkins by creating this beautiful mantlepiece from bottles and wheat. Check out the full instructions from Thrive.
Turkey Tea Lights
Babble highlights these beautiful turkey tea lights that will brighten your home for Thanksgiving guests. Kids can join in the activity since the craft uses battery-powered tea lights.
Parents featured this creative turkey craft that helps parents and kids remember the reason for the season.
Why spend money on a fancy decorative wreath when Martha Stewarthas instructions to create a unique and creative wreath to greet guests at your front door?