Turkey cupcakes are easy to make and the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving feast. I love cute desserts and this one definitely fits that bill. The entire family will love diving into a dozen or so of these adorable food treats. Make them for the big day or even during the weeks leading up to it. A cute turkey is a perfect way to “gobble” down that Thanksgiving dessert![Read more…]
I made this Thanksgiving maternity shirt for my daughter and wanted to share the free SVG cut file with y’all. I am actually joining a large group of bloggers and we are all sharing free Thanksgiving cut files. So, if you want to make something for the holiday, be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this post and get the links for those. You will be crafting up a storm this fall!
Jen Goode is back this month with place setting ideas for your Thanksgiving holiday! Y’all enjoy!
Nothing is prettier on a festive holiday table than pretty flower place settings. Fresh flowers (or even nice faux flowers) can change the whole look of a classic table set up. Today I have a simple paper napkin ring you can make using your favorite coloring pages. I’ll also show another way you can use fresh flowers on your table.
Gear up for the holiday with these Thanksgiving decorating ideas for your holiday table. These rustic farmhouse tables are inspiring me today! I love to plan out my table and make the most of it when my guests arrive. What will my theme be this year? I don’t know yet! But I have been stalking Pinterest for ideas and of course sharing them with you! Y’all enjoy and get inspired to create your own gorgeous tablescape for Thanksgiving.
Tray decoration ideas are perfect for Thanksgiving. You can make this Thanksgiving tray in minutes and display it around your home or use it to serve up some of your meal. This same method can actually be used to make a tray for a variety of seasons and holidays. Just look for plain trays when shopping then adorn them with vinyl cut on your Cricut.
Supplies needed for these tray decoration ideas:
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- White metal tray or other round tray (try Amazon for a few options here)
- Cricut Cutting Machine (Want to see the difference between the machines? I compared the Cricut Maker and Explore here.)
- Transfer tape
- Weeding tools (optional)
- Free downloadable file (click here to download)
Start by downloading the file here and importing into Design Space. Just click upload when you are on your canvas in Design Space.
Click upload image and then find the image in a folder on your computer.
You then have three options for what type of image you are uploading. In this case, simple works perfectly. If you are uploading other images and having issues, try changing up the type here.
Then you come to a screen where you will need to erase all of the excess parts that you do not want.
Just click on all of that “excess” and it will turn checked like the below image.
NOTE: You will have to click the center of each leaf as well as the center of each letter.
Click continue when you are done and you can preview on the next page. Click the back button if there is more you need to erase. Otherwise, in this case, we want to save as a cut image only. Click the cut image and then click continue.
Now the image is in your uploads and you can click it then click insert images.
Still having trouble? Try watching the video below as a guide!
Resize the image here to the size desired for your tray.
Then cut the entire thing from vinyl using your Cricut. Remove any excess using weeding tools or just by hand. I find that the use of weeding tools is much faster and easier however.
Add transfer tape to the front, burnish well, and peel to remove.
Carefully place in position on your tray. Rub down well and peel back transfer tape to reveal your design now on your tray. Use this same method for tray decoration ideas anytime of the year.
This one can be used to serve up something at Thanksgiving, to decorate your home, or to bring out some Snickerdoodles to your friends.
Make this Thanksgiving tray today! You will love the results and how easy it is to make with your Cricut. Adding your own tray decoration ideas to your home is just minutes away!
Love these tray decoration ideas and want more? Try the links below.
This painted rocks tic tac toe game is perfect for your Thanksgiving kids’ table. I painted rocks to look like turkeys and pumpkins just for a fun game that will keep the kids entertained. You can make your own version with a few supplies. Get the kids involved in the painting as well. They will love helping to create this fun fall themed game board. This post is sponsored by DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
I am enjoying experimenting with some clay pot ideas. Clay pots are inexpensive and so easy to craft with. This time I made a pumpkin place card for your Thanksgiving table. This one is so easy that you don’t even need paint! I let the orange color of the terra cotta be the pumpkin body and added some embellishments. Follow along below to make your version.
Get ready with these ideas for DIY Thanksgiving decorations! These ideas will make your table extra special and they are all easy to do. I love a really simple tablescape that lets me decorate my table in minutes and get to more important things. You know….like cooking that big Thanksgiving meal for my family![Read more…]
Who is ready to start making Thanksgiving wreaths? You can make this turkey wreath in a few minutes with minimal supplies. I have a thing for bandannas and using them to make a wreath is so simple! Tie them on for turkey feathers then add a few more pieces to finish off your wreath and hang on your door.
I am kicking off mason jar week with these fall table centerpieces for home. This easy craft idea is perfect for your fall table or even Thanksgiving. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see the mason jar ideas from my blog partners for this series. Also, this one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid design contributor. Now, let’s get to the instructions for this one.