16 Last Minute Thanksgiving Ideas

Are you running around getting everything ready for tomorrow’s feast? I still have to get some last minute things for our dinner. Since we are taking a break from this week’s party. We decided to share with you guys some awesome last minute Thanksgiving ideas that you can whip up in time for Turkey Day!

16 Last Minute Thanksgiving Ideas via createcraftlove.com #thanksgiving #features

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Thanksgiving Tree from Day 2 Day Super Mom

Mason Jar Turkey with Thankfulness Stuffing - ChattingOverChocolate.com

Mason Jar Turkey from Chatting Over Chocolate


Thanksgiving Turkey Cookies from The Joys of Boys

1 sc Fall Tree Cupcakes (40)

Falling Leaves Cupcakes from Pint Sized Baker


Falling Leaves Greeting Card from Atop Serenity Hill


Thanksgiving Slat Sign from The Happy Scraps


Mini Cornucopia from One Little Project


Thanksgiving Rolo Pilgrim Hats from Frugal Coupon Living


Turkey Toes Thanksgiving Printable from Growing Up Gabel


Thankful String Art from Tiny Sidekick


Kids Turkey Craft from Oh My! Creative

Thanksgiving Dinner Conversation Cards

Thanksgiving Dinner Conversation Cards from Second Chance to Dream


Rustic Turkey Centerpiece from Made in a Day

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Winter White Pumpkins from Passion Shake


Fall Sugar Cookies from Kleinworth and Co.


Easy Fall Napkins from That’s What Che Said

Aren’t those fabulous? Super easy and fun ideas to spruce up tomorrow’s festivities!

Remember, no party tomorrow! Enjoy your Thanksgiving! We’ll see you back on December 5th for the next link party!


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Simple Fall Centerpiece With A Chalkboard Table Runner

I love this time of year. Although I’ve been working on fall projects for a month now, November is really the time to enjoy it. I love preparing for and celebrating Thanksgiving. It’s such a fun time to be together with family and just reflect on all that the Lord has blessed us with. In preparation for Thanksgiving I’ve dressed up my table with a Simple Fall Centerpiece. It’s fun to enjoy it for the whole month and not just the few days surrounding Thanksgiving. You get more bang for your buck this way :)

Simple Fall Centerpiece With A Chalkboard Table RunnerWhen I say this is a simple fall centerpiece, I mean it’s really simple.

Simple Fall Centerpiece With A Chalkboard Table RunnerI love using vessels in my decorating. Jars and containers are easily transformable. Here they hold pinecones and branches for a natural fall. You could put anything in them from flowers to dry beans for fall. Then, you can do something new for Christmas. It’s a great way to decorate on a budget!

Simple Fall Centerpiece With A Chalkboard Table Runner Most everything used I already had including the chalkboard table runner! I love this chalkboard table runner because it became that way by accident. I built this framed chalkboard to hang in my family room. I brought it in from my garage to add hardware for hanging and I just really loved the way it looked on the table so I quickly switched gears. It’s funny how stuff like that happens when your on a project marathon and having a zillion things going on at one time!

I still intend on using it as a hanging chalkboard in my living room after Thanksgiving, but for now it’s on loan to my fall centerpiece.

Simple Fall Centerpiece With A Chalkboard Table Runner

Sometimes in the busyness of life, it’s easy to forget all that we have to be grateful for. I love that I can glance over at my table and quickly be reminded of Thanksgiving and the meaning of the day.

Be sure to swing by on Monday for the chalkboard tutorial! I’ll even show you where it’s hanging when it’s not acting as a table runner!

Also, I’d love to connect with you! You can keep up with me on Facebook. Or if you love behind the scenes and sneak peeks follow along on Instagram.

And if you are new to my blog you can hop over and learn more about me and my blog.


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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! It has been so fun preparing for the holidays but now that Thanksgiving is here, I am reflecting on all the many blessings I have in my life. Sometimes you just have to take a moment and realize all you have to be thankful for. I hope you don’t mind if I take time to share with you some of the things I am feeling grateful for on this Thanksgiving Day.

I am so grateful for so many things.

Grateful for the blessing of my sweet daughter.

Grateful for every smile.

Grateful for my amazing husband who is the best dad.

Grateful for the opportunity to stay home with our daughter.

Grateful for our military. Those men and women sacrifice so much.

Grateful for family.

Grateful for friends who are like family.

Grateful for modern technology.

Grateful for the opportunity to spend this day with my family.

That’s just a few.I hope everyone has a blessed and happy Thanksgiving.



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