Fun Thanksgiving Ideas
November 5, 2020 Newsletter
I’m all about staying positive and showing gratitude, but let’s be honest. This year has been a dumpster fire. There’s nothing wrong with calling it the way it is.
With the holidays approaching, it’s easy to stress yourself out trying to make everything perfect. Guess what? Perfect shouldn’t be on your “to-do” list this year.
This year let’s give ourselves a pass. No one needs to make the perfect meal, in a perfectly decorated house. Let’s just take a deep breath, put our phone down, and be thankful this year is almost over.
This week I pulled together some fun ideas for Thanksgiving food, crafts, and decorating. I hope you enjoy them.
Cooking is not my favorite sport. I think it’s the after-meal clean-up, but I do enjoy a healthy meal.
I found these clever Thanksgiving food ideas that I thought you might enjoy.
Crate and Barrel’s Non-Traditional Thanksgiving Meal Ideas
Oprah Magazine’s List of 26 Unique Thanksgiving Traditions
Real Simple Magazine’s Clever Ideas on How to Celebrate Thanksgiving Safely
Elle Decor’s 15 Charts That Will Save Your Life this Thanksgiving
Heart-Shaped Photo Collage
This Thanksgiving, why not collect some happy photos and create a heart-shaped photo collage. Everyone loves looking at photos. This is a great way to share memories from the year.
Shutterfly’s article showing How to Make a Heart Photo Wall
Download the Shutterfly PDF template here.
Thanksgiving Decorating Ideas
I love decorating for the holidays. Check out some of these inspiring ways you can decorate for Thanksgiving. I’m definitely going to try making the dried orange garland.
How to Make a Dried Orange Garland
Shop Oliver Designs Beautiful Thanksgiving Pom Pom Garland
23 Gorgeous Thanksgiving Wreaths from Elle Decor
Martha Stewart’s DIY Decorative Molded Turkey
Grey Wren Studio’s Felted Pumpkin Decorations
25 Cozy and Easy Thanksgiving Cloche Displays
Gratitude Tree with Acorn Favors
Make Your House Smell Great
There’s nothing better than a cozy home that smells great! Check out these recipes that will help your home smell heavenly this Thanksgiving.
Cranberry, Orange, and Clove Stove Top Potpourri
7 Simmer Pot Recipes to Make Your House Smell Like Fall
Thanksgiving Craft Ideas for Kids
Check out these cute and easy-to-follow crafts you can do with your kids this Thanksgiving.
Painted Rocks and Leaves for the Thanksgiving Table
That’s it for this week. I’d love to hear if you enjoyed these Thanksgiving ideas. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think. Until next week, happy gardening!