Here are our tops picks for crafts that are easy to make and fun for the whole family. Making homemade Thanksgiving decorations helps save money, adds a personal touch to your decor and allows your kids to show off their creativity and contribute to the festivities!
Create this Thanksgiving-inspired turkey paper plate craft with construction paper and tissue paper. Kids will have fun gluing on the shapes and choosing colors for the feathers. Embellish this idea further by using patterned scrapbook paper. See the full tutorial at craftymorning.com.
These chocolate covered rice crispy treats make a festive, fairly mess-free dessert for kids! See the full tutorial at hungryhappenings.com.
These turkey cones make us smile. To create them, roll a piece of paper into a cone, glue or tape it to keep it's shape, and decorate it with feathers and construction paper. See the full tutorial at craftymorning.com.
Show off the things you are thankful for with this cute paper leaf tree. Use this idea as a family activity to celebrate your blessings together. See the full tutorial at craftionary.net.
Make these turkey snack bags using kitchen gloves! The perfect holiday snack to share at a playdate or to take to school. See the full tutorial at thatswhatchesaid.net.
A tulle turkey wreath is the perfect way to celebrate Thanksgiving and it will stand out on your door even from the curb! See the full tutorial at babyrabies.com.
Even toddlers can do this festive painting project. Simply tape leaves to a piece of paper and have your kids paint on top of them. Remove the leaves to show the inverted leaf outlines. See the full tutorial at minne-mama.blogspot.com.
A turkey-inspired thankful box is the perfect way to count your blessings. Embellish a tissue paper box with a construction paper "turkey body" and colorful feathers. Have each family member write down something they are thankful for and put it in the box, and read them together on Thanksgiving. See the full tutorial at iheartcraftythings.com.
Have you tried any Thanksgiving-inspired projects with your kids? We'd love to hear them shared in the comments!