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DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts

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DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts

Turkey day is around the corner, and what better way to celebrate the fall festivities than with some do-it-yourself crafts you can do with your friends and family. Here’s a list of some crafty things to do over break. Gobble gobble.

Pine cone card holder

Things you need:

  • Plastic pine cones (or real ones, whatever floats your boat)
  • Glitter (optional)
  • Index cards
  • Writing utensils
  • Glue (optional)

For this DIY, all you have to do is write a name or a nice greeting on the index card and stick it in the pine cone. If the index card does not sit right, you can use glue on the edge of the index card to secure it. You can also decorate the pine cone with glitter if you would like to.

“I am thankful for” balloon

Things you need:

  • Balloons
  • Sharpies

This next DIY is super simple. All you do is blow up your balloon and write what you are thankful for on it. On Thanksgiving, you can release your balloons with friends or family and celebrate being thankful!.

Thanksgiving chalkboard

Thing you need:

  • Mini chalkboard (Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Joann’s)
  • Frame (optional)
  • Different colored chalk
  • Super glue (optional)

This DIY is super cute. For this one, you take your chalk and write any cute greeting, quote or a name and make it as decorative as you would like it to be. After you are done decorating, you can put it in a frame or if it does not fit perfectly, you can super glue the edges and then you are done.

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