Are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? I’m not. We’re headed to my MIL’s and a fabulous restaurant. It’s completely non-traditional for us, but comfortable for her, and she’s earned it. So I am totally off the hook, although I’m seriously considering making a pumpkin pie just for me. Don’t tell. I won’t share. If you […]
Need a dessert for Thanksgiving? Here’s what I made for my children’s table Thanksgiving shoot. I did all the baking, so you know it was easy! Apple Cake Pumpkin Pie Tartlets Chocolate Chip Salted Caramel Bars Pecan Pie
Thanksgiving is traditionally brown and orange and all sorts of wonderful fall colors, but this year, I became completely taken with the colors in Love the Day’s Thanksgiving printables collection. As soon as I saw the wonderful bright colors, I was designing a children’s table in my mind.
The star of my Thanksgiving Children’s Table — is Mr. Turkey, as we took to calling him. Our turkey centerpiece was simple and inexpensive to make, and today I’ll show you how!
Happy Thanksgiving! We had a wonderful day today, starting with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and Paula Deen’s French Toast Casserole. I surprised the girls with necklaces from Daizy Bugz. They were pretty cute, sitting at their little table in their PJs, wearing their necklaces.
There are so many pretty Thanksgiving children’s tables this year! Here are some of my favorites — from this year and years past — and links to the full parties.
So much Thanksgiving printable loveliness! From Pizzazzerie
Leftover Halloween cupcake liners, anyone? Me too. I can’t bear to let them sit around til next year, so I decided to turn mine into turkey cupcake toppers. As usual, this is a quick, easy and cheap project — and one you can do with your kids.
Good grief, I think I love Charlie Brown and the gang as much now as I did when I was six or so.
Happy Friday! I’m seeing more and more Thanksgiving printables collections — so fun! These all have a neutral palette that I find really appealing in between all the bright colors of Halloween and Christmas. From Bloom Designs
At our Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Party, your guests will re-create the classic TV special!
Saturday evening, the girls and I did a little experimenting in the kitchen. I had a recipe inspiration and it turned out really well. I took the cookies to a meeting at Collective CoOp on Sunday and I was pleased to find they were a hit. (People took home extras!) So yummy with a cup […]
Just a few quick photos of our girls keeping entertained with the Thanksgiving Place Setting & Chair Pockets Kit from my shop. Hope yours enjoyed the holiday as much as our did! (Anyone cook their turkey as Meg recommends?) Happy Thanksgiving to you all!
Happy Thanksgiving! I am spending Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with our family. I’ll be monitoring Facebook and our Etsy shop, but the blog will be quiet while I take a little vacation. I wish you and yours a blessed Thanksgiving, and will talk with you soon! And my Black Friday gift to you is … […]
Jennifer Sbranti of Hostess With the Mostess created an incredibly complete set of modern Thanksgiving printables last year but they are so pretty, they bear repeating.
How pretty are these? If you plan to send your Thanksgiving guests home with a little favor — or even leftovers — these charming gift tags from Shindig Parties TO GO are just what you need.
What our little children’s table needed was a place to keep activities and crafts. I dreamed up a pocket that would slip over the back of a chair and hold the activities. Here are the chair pockets in use at our simple little children’s Thanksgiving table.
A little Thanksgiving inspiration for you, courtesy of my Thanksgiving board on Pinterest.
Hop over to The Homespun Hostess for a Thanksgiving set with two 5×7 quotes for framing, gift tags, a blank menu and more tags! The Homespun Hostess: Get a Jump on Thanksgiving.
I’m excited to feature Kori’s FREE Fall printables. Kori is a smart girl and she’s combined her Halloween and Thanksgiving celebrations with one color palette. All you do is switch out your signage and you’ve moved from Halloween to Thanksgiving.