I was thinking today that I have a lot to be thankful for this year. SOOOO SOOOO SOOOOO MUCH!!! I thought that it would be good to list a few of the things that I am MOST thankful.
1- A Loving Heavenly Father
2- A Wonderful Savior
3- The Hubby and the kids
4- My extended family
5- A wonderfully loving church family, especially Momma Hope.
6- The Hubby's new job
7- My new found sewing "skills" (such as they are)
8- My AWESOME readers
9- Packers so I don't have to pack a thing
10- Pain killers because my tooth is acting up again
And since I am thinking of thanking, that leads me to Thanksgiving! Right around the corner!!!! I thought that I would dig through my Pinterest boards and see what wonderful goodies are lurking in there for this special holiday.
Here we go!
As it says, it was compiled by In Lieu of Preschool.
I think I would add a few though, The Giving Tree, I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie and Pilgrim Cat.
Here is an easy kids craft from Freekidscrafts.com
70 spectacular Thanksgiving sides from Southern Living.
Here's another cute turkey craft. This one comes from Busy Kids = Happy Mom
A turkey breadbasket from Family Fun.
Ooooh, Pumpkin Pafaits!!! I need to show this to my cousin! Hey, Sandra!! Looky here!! LOL
Oh, and this comes from Living Wright at Home.
Here is a tutorial from Infarrantly Creative for a glitter pumpkin place card holder! TOO CUTE!! You could even make a BIG one for a center piece!
SUPER cute children's craft, Indian corn napkin ring from Preschool Crafts for Kids. I would say that this craft would be great for older kids, too, not just for preschoolers. ;)
From The Cottage Home. I am definitely going to give this one a try!!!
16 Frugal Thanksgiving Decor Ideas from Tip Junkie.
The Giving Tree is my FAVORITE book!!!ReplyDelete
Love your list, and I made it on #8. Scared me with the packers, I thought you were starting a fight with me over football again!ReplyDelete
It's SOOOOO sad!!!!ReplyDelete
ROFLOL!!!!! TOO funny!!!!!ReplyDelete
Hi, Thanks for the link share. Hope you get to try out the pumpkin parfaits :)ReplyDelete
Any time!!! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for showing me some love on your blog and linking back too me! Also, Love your #1 thing your most thankful for!ReplyDelete
I am always happy to promote GREAT blogs and GREAT ideas!!!! :)
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Some great suggestions for Thanksgiving can be found at this link. :-)
I want those pumpkin parfaits now!!! I love the turkey shirt too! I've been thinking about making one for Liam. :DReplyDelete
LOL!! I KNEW you'd like that!!!!ReplyDelete
I am definitely going to give the turkey shirts a try. They don't look like they would be too hard.