14 Thanksgiving-Themed DIY Crafts


Feeling especially #thankful this year? Or looking for a way to take your mind off holiday stress? Start scrolling- we have 14 Thanksgiving-themed DIY’s (shout out to Pinterest for kicking novice crafting up a notch since 2010) for you to ensure your turkey day is the best one yet!

  1. Corkboard Leaf Trivets
    via MarthaStewart.com | Click here for the leaf template & details!
  2. Falling Leaves Garlanddcf33673d97bc3212640ebe8617b10df9affea0d
    via BoxwoodClippings.com | Learn how to make your own garland here!
  3. Chocolate Covered Pretzels in a Turkey Jar- Yum!
    via InsideBruCrewLife.com | Get the recipe here!

    4. Thanksgiving Hand Painted Platter

    via Kenarry.com | Click here for instructions!

    5. Thankful Sign & Paper Feather Banner

    via FindItMakeItLoveIt.com | Deets are –> HERE!

    6. Here’s a Twofer: Thanksgiving Place Cards TWO Ways

    via LaurenConrad.com | Both DIY’s are available here!

    7. DIY Pumpkin Pie Coasters

    via CraftaholicsAnonymous.net | Click here for more info!

    8. Fall Wreath with Monogram Pumpkin

    via CraftaholicsAnonymous.net | Full tutorial: here!

    9. Need a Fall-tastic Appetizer? Five Words: Cheddar & Chive Pumpkin Cheese Ball

    via JamHands.net | Recipe is linked here!

    10. Thom the Turkey Tulle Wreath

    via BabyRabies.com | Make your own wreath here!

    11. “Give Thanks” Jar

    via HomeTalk.com | Click here for this super easy craft!

    12. Crockpot Apple Butter & “Thankful” Gift Tags

    via MajorHoffTakesAWife.com | Everything you need to know can be found here!

    13. Thanksgiving Turkey Treats

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    via CleanAndScentibles.com | Instructions are here!

    14. Fall Doily Leaf Wreath

    via TheMoney-Pit.com | Full instructions here!

    Looking for more DIY ideas? Follow our Pinterest page for more DIY crafts, quotes for creative souls alike, art around Greater Hartford and much more!

    Take the time to discover your inner artist and join the United Arts Campaign to keep the arts alive in our communities!


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