Thanksgiving is this week guys, this week! While I’ll be celebrating at Ryan’s parents house this year, I can’t get all of these beautiful tablescapes out of my head. If you’re looking to take your dinner above and beyond, hopefully this roundup will help you with some decor inspiration! And if all else fails, and you’re looking to make your holiday as stress-free as possible, just make/pick up an extra pie or two… or three or four.
PS don’t forget to check out these Thanksgiving Day crafts and pie recipes if you’re looking for some last minute holiday prep!
Thanksgiving is this week y’all. THIS WEEK. And let’s be honest, I think we could all use a day dedicated to good company and eating carbs + pies. Seriously, who do we need to talk to about having two Thanksgivings a year?
If you still haven’t figured out which kind of pie going to make, here are ten must-try recipes. Personally my go-to is an apple pie but I’ll pretty much eat any dessert. What about you? Which pie are you dreaming of?
Well can you believe it? Thanksgiving is this week. THIS WEEK! I’ve said it before, and I’ll probably day it fifty more times before the year ends, but time is really flying, don’t you think? If you’re looking to get a little last minute crafting in before you fill out your sweatpants and sleep on the floor for a day, here are eight Thanksgiving diys you’ll want to try:
Time: 10 Minutes + dry time Materials: tags, brush, cranberries, water, paper towel
Perhaps it’s because my birthday tends to fall on Thanksgiving, but it’s just not my favorite holiday to make crafts for. This year, however, I came up with an idea that was too easy not to share. So if you’re in charge of bringing cranberry sauce to the big feast, save some for yourself so you can make these dipped gift tags!
To achieve this look, you’ll basically be making a “watercolor” type of paint with the cranberry sauce and water. Take 1 TSP of cranberry sauce and blend with 2 TSP water. Mesh with a form to make sure the pigment is released from the cranberries. Let sit for 2-3 minutes.
Paint on your tags with a brush. Depending on how many tags you make, you may need to add more water to your mixture as you go. Set tags aside and let dry. If you’re in a hurry, you can also blot dry with a paper towel, however, it may remove some pigment.
Such an easy way to add a little color to a hostess (or any!) gift, don’t you think?