Here are a just few of Country Woman’s nice, budget-friendly Thanksgiving craft projects that they sent me to share:
· Candy Thanksgiving Turkeys: If your sweet tooth wasn’t satisfied after Halloween, put together a few of these candy turkeys to add a sugary touch to your Thanksgiving. A chocolate-covered cherry sitting on a vanilla wafer serves as the body of the turkey—top it off with candy corn, a chocolate chip and a burnt peanut candy and voila, you have a candy turkey to complete your feast! For a list of materials, visit: http://www.countrywomanmagazine.com/project/candy-turkeys-for-thanksgiving/
· DIY Fall Stamped Linens: This easy fabric-stamping technique lets you customize linen napkins, hand towels, table runners and more. Here’s an example made using a leaf stamp with orange, dark red and brown paints with a graduated pattern, but you can use any large stamp and colors you like. For step-by-step instructions, see: http://www.countrywomanmagazine.com/project/diy-stamped-fabric/
· Crafted Blessings Tree: This simple blessing tree makes a beautiful centerpiece for your Thanksgiving celebration! Make plenty of cardstock leaves so that everyone can write down something they are thankful for and hang it on the tree. A perfect Thanksgiving craft to bring the family together! For a full how-to, check out: http://www.countrywomanmagazine.com/project/diy-craft-blessing-tree/
For additional fall crafts and festive Thanksgiving DIY tips, visit: http://www.countrywomanmagazine.com/crafts/holiday-crafts/thanksgiving/, or download the digital version of Country Woman on the iPad, Nook, Kindle or Google Play Android.