These cute and clever Fruity Feathered Turkey Cookies will give everyone something extra to be thankful for this year!
Last week I started thinking about the annual Thanksgiving feast we have at my mom’s house each year. It’s typically a full blown foodie fest that ends with you either unbuttoning your pants for extra room or a long nap wherever a comfy spot is available. From the traditional family dishes made from scratch to the seasonal pumpkin cheesecake, I end up in a blissful food coma almost immediately after cleaning my plate. Plopping on the couch post-meal to watch the annual parade in a cozy pair of pajamas just comes with the Turkey Day territory.
Get your kids excited for Thanksigivng with this easy to make Paper Plate Turkey Craft covered in bright feathers and fun sequins!
Are you getting ready for Thanksgiving yet? We are! There are only two weeks until the big day and most of us are already thinking about what we will be cooking for our families. In addition to meal prep, what about decorations? I have another adorable turkey craft for all of my creative followers. The Paper Comb Thanksgiving Turkey Craft can be used to decorate your home in preparation for the festive holiday.
There are only 17 whole days before Thanksgiving, also known as Turkey Day, is here. Yes I am counting. Why? I love a holiday where I can enjoy my family’s company, count my blessings, and eat to my heart is content without any ounce of guilt! It’s the one day out of the year where everyone comes together to share what they are thankful for and appreciate what we have. While this is something I practice all year around, Thanksgiving is still a special time to spend with the one’s I adore. After all, it IS tradition in our home to have a big dinner full of tasty homemade dishes that will have everyone snug as a bug on a rug when they leave! This year I am helping my mom in setting up our family dinner and I am responsible for focusing on decor and details.
This week Toodie’s teacher sent home an assignment for each child to bring in their very own Thanksgiving turkey. It couldn’t have came at a better time because I have been doing a lot of pinning lately & discovered many holiday related Pint-er-esting finds. You wouldn’t believe how many turkey arts & crafts projects are floating around the internet! Thanksgiving will be here before we know it and I found an adorable paper plate turkey craft that can be used to decorate the home and classroom. It has a few different components to it but overall it is a very easy craft to do with your child. Toodie & I both enjoyed working on this together as a team.