This year we will have Thanksgiving dinner at home for the first time in quite a few years. Yesterday the hubby decided that he will cook the turkey on the barbecue and he has done a great job in the past. I am thankful that he decided to take that task … too many other things for me to do!
Will you be staying home or traveling? Do you have all of your plans made? There are lots of decisions to make … pies to bake … turkeys to stuff!
Today I am sharing a very easy craft that can be done by you before hand or it could be a children’s activity on Thanksgiving Day. I was at Cost Plus World Market and saw the sweetest chocolate turkeys wrapped in colorful foil … wouldn’t it be nice to have one at each place setting at Thanksgiving Dinner? Yes, I think so … but what should I do with them? I remembered that I had bought chalkboard paper from the scrapbook section at Michael’s. The project was coming together in my head … maybe place cards. A few days later, Sweet Works was kind and sent me a few chocolate turkeys! Then the idea came together and ready for me to get to work!
- Foil wrapped chocolate turkeys
- Chalkboard paper
- Leaf pattern – I happened to have a cookie cutter that worked great (change out whatever shape you want)
Thank you to Sweet Works for the turkeys … they’re sooooo cute!
What are your plans for Thanksgiving? I always enjoy your comments!
♦I share my stuff at these fun parties♦