Here’s a treat that’ll make the kids smile this Thanksgiving. Head over to Family Fun to see how they made this Fruity Turkey!
Stop over HERE for more easy Thanksgiving treat ideas.
Country Living created this tablescape using plain white pillar candles wrapped in felt with coordinating letters and table runner. Scatter some felt leaves and you have yourself a stunning (and affordable) display. Why not reuse the pillars for a similar look at Christmastime?
Oodlekadoodle used two table runners instead of placemats. I think this is a great look! Simple leaf-embellished candle holders and jars of nuts adorn the center.
Better Homes and Gardens created candleholders out of small pumpkins. Super easy!
Here’s yet another wonderful use for those glass containers found at nearly every hobby store. Simplified Bee placed a large candle inside and surrounded it with acorns for a nice centerpiece.
Good Housekeeping used this idea to create a cluster of candleholders in various sizes and with a variety of nuts for a stunning effect.
Here’s the same indian corn idea shown in a tablescape with stenciled burlap (via Country Living). Bowls filled with nuts serve as candle holders.
Martha Stewart offers up a free leaf template for creating our own felt placemats. Love!
Pears anyone? Visit Taste of Home for the scoop on creating a pear centerpiece, complete with a few unique candleholders.
Lest we forget about the kids table, Blissfully Domestic has a round up of table ideas just for them!
Visit 7th House on the Left to see how she made these Little Gobblers.
How about some Edible Acorns? Six in the Suburbs has the details.
Use the free printable provided by Cut Copy Paste and make some Turkey Toes for your holiday guests!
The Party Animal Blog created some Turkey M&M Party Favors and shows us how.
Woman’s Day made some simple Pilgrim Hat Cookies.
Six in the Suburbs makes Oreo Turkeys!
There are dozens of ways aside from the standard Pumpkin Pie to use pumpkin in your holiday baking. Here are my ten favorite.
Pennies on a Platter has the recipe for Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Brownies.
You can also get a recipe for Pumpkin Pancakes from this same site!
Annies Eats makes Pumpkin Donuts. These are sooo yummy!
Make Pumpkin Monkey Bread with Sugar Crafter.
Pumpkin and Cream Cheese Whoopie Pies made by I Heart Naptime.
Pumpkin Bread with Streusel Topping via Bakingdom.
Pumpkin Cookies from My Baking Addiction.
Pumpkin Pie Rice Krispies Treats from Baking Bites.
Impossible Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes created by Meet Me In The Kitchen.
Pumpkin Pie Truffle from Bakers Royale.
More Thanksgiving Ideas:
Looking for some ideas for your Thanksgiving meal plan? Here are my top ten favorite pie recipes.
Make Triple Berry Pie with Sharon Moore.
The Perfect Apple Pie comes from Moms Who Think.
Banana Cream Pie with Candied Walnuts from Pie Love You.
If you’ve never made Pumpkin Pie using fresh pumpkin, then you’re missing out sister! Visit Foods of Our Lives for the recipe that will change your life. Or, at least your Thanksgiving.
Blueberry Crumble Pie to die for comes from Share and Remember.
Pecan Pie that’ll make you cry courtesy of my favorite desperate housewife The Pioneer Woman.
Bake at 350 has the scoop on the best Cherry Pie. Check out that flaky crust. Yummmm…
The Galley Gourmet makes a Coconut Cream Pie of your dreams.
Dutch Apple Pie via The Brown Eyed Baker.
French Silk Chocolate Pie from Treats!
Dimple Prints has a huge set of free Thanksgiving party printables! Over 125 pages worth of banners, place setting cards, cupcake wrappers, invitations and lots more.
Ready for Thanksgiving ideas? Hopscotch Studios has this Fall Subway Art available as a free printable!
Here’s a fun idea for Thanksgiving from Simply Vintage Girl. Create a Thankful Tree! You could have members of the family write what they are thankful for and then read them together on Thanksgiving Day.