Thanksgiving

 Thanksgiving falls on the 4th Thursday of November Transitionally, Thanksgiving was a holiday to celebrate thankfulness of the harvest in the season. I’m the little girl on the right in the red and white dress. 🙂 Decorations WIP: Fall/ Thanksgiving Place-mats Thanksgiving Name Cards! Games WIP: Corn hole sets Thankful Scrabble Day Two! Thanksgiving Board Game
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WIP: Corn hole sets

I’m pretty proud of my 4 sets of pumpkins I made for the corn hole sets. I’m now working on the Christmas stocking ones. Got two crocheted and filled, and one more made. I’m just torn a bit on if I should make balls instead of stockings… As the stockings are not coming out nearly
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WIP: Fall themed Cornhole sets

My daughters picked out the colors for this. I am making four cornhole sets. The first bag pieces are going to be for fall with 3 orange and 3 white pumpkins. I’ve made 12 orange ones and 9 white ones so far.  This is a picture one of the white ones and its not filled
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I really enjoyed watching and helping my daughters on their thanksgiving collage. The project cost us less than a dollar to complete since I used old magazines we already had, glue we already had, and only spent 33 cents on a small poster board at dollar general. To buy the supplies fresh would still be
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I am so happy a lot of these things are already done but since I need to make a list and figure out I get everything done that I can, I figure I might type it all out so I don’t forget anything. Appetizers Deviled Eggs Cheese Ball Party Punch Dinner Turkey *cooking* Mash Potatoes
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glue + old magazines = kids thankful ideas

I know how much my daughters like flipping through magazines and I have been lucky enough to win a few free magazine subscriptions over time. Tonight, I was able to enjoy reusing them once again with my girls for a little pre-thanksgiving project with my daughters. Its not always easy to share the concept of
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The other night the girls and I sat down to do some of our coloring fun things. I showed Olivia and Abigail how to make “turkeys” from tracing their hands with their fingers spread out. A little beak can be added to the thumb and its overall real simple to do. Olivia then decided she
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