Saturday, November 9, 2013

Fall Food and Crafts #fall #food #crafts

It can hardly believe we are into November already!  This fall has really flown by for me--working two jobs has kept me busy!  Anyway, I thought I would share this article from Country Woman Magazine.  They have put together a collection of fun, fall Thanksgiving crafts you can create for all your fall festivities.

Here are a just few of Country Woman’s nice, budget-friendly Thanksgiving craft projects that they sent me to share:

· Apple Cider Cup Craft: Spice up your fall with this simple apple craft! Edible apple cups are a fun and tasty way to serve warm cider, and after you're finished sipping, go ahead and munch the cup! Serve up these tasty treats to get your guests in the mood for your Thanksgiving feast. For a breakdown on the steps, please visit:

· 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:

· 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:

· 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:

For additional fall crafts and festive Thanksgiving DIY tips, visit:, or download the digital version of Country Woman on the iPad, Nook, Kindle or Google Play Android.

1 comment:

Remus said...

I love the idea of the crafted blessings tree! Thank you for this...

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