Gobble gobble! We’re still in Halloween mode, but Thanksgiving will be here before you know it. Check out some of these cute, easy and fun Thanksgiving craft ideas for kids that are sure to put your family in the spirit of the season.
Sandy Sandler, creator of Bowdabra and a DIY craft and home décor expert for the creatively challenged, shared some cost effective and easy-to-do craft projects that celebrate Thanksgiving.
“Including children in creating seasonal home décor and holiday decorations is a great interactive family project,” Sandler said.
Plus, crafting is a great indoor activity for parents and kids to do together when it’s cold, snowy or rainy outside. The crafts listed here are so easy to make, some can be completed with just two supplies!
And now…on to the crafts!
Thanksgiving Craft Ideas for Kids
Fall into fun with this festive banner that’s highlighted with easy-to-make bows. It’s perfect to hang anywhere in the house, reminding you that the beautiful fall season has arrived.
This beautiful decoration is a great way to show off the vibrant colors of autumn. You’ll only need two supplies for this one—pipe cleaners and multi-colored pony beads. Kids will love threading the brightly colored beads onto pipe cleaners as they complete this festive craft project.
Gobble, gobble! With just a couple craft supplies your young artist can create this clever Thanksgiving turkey bookmark. BONUS: It’s an adorable way to encourage reading, too!
Pumpkin décor is synonymous with Halloween, but it carries over into Thanksgiving season, too. These fun and easy to make pom pom pumpkins are great holiday decorations that your kids will love to make.
Make gorgeous fall bows and wreaths in just a few minutes! And the best part is, there are so many colors and patterns to choose from.
This one is both fun and a bargain to make! Head to your local dollar store (or is it now the $1.25 store?) to get supplies for this beautiful autumn bow.
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