Who relishes the joy of the holidays better than children? I mean, whether it’s Christmas or Thanksgiving, these seasons light them up! And you, as an adult, you can’t disappoint them. So, you better prepare for their Thanksgiving gift ideas or any other holiday at the moment. But the most exciting activity is teaching them how to decorate or DIY some decors and gifts. As Thanksgiving is in the vicinity, we will show you some eight beautiful crafts that you can work out with your young ones below:
Since it’s fall, the kids can quickly find the leaves from the backyard and come and work them out. It’s all about adding some colors and a simple drawing. Voila. The children are likely to scream, Tom the Turkey!
Rock with color.
If you think about how costly a DIY can be, let me smile on your face. This crafting is hardly going to cost you. All you need is fetch some seasonal foliage and river rocks, which you can even get for free. Then buy paint, and ask your kids to color them. Using a permanent marker pen, have them spell the holiday message like “Give Thanks.” Now you have a lovely centerpiece.
I am thankful.
It is a widespread activity where you get some fancy paper cuts and have the kids write what they are grateful for, including life’s gift. Teach them from an early stage the essence of Thanksgiving.
Everyone expects to gobble. The food is plenty. From baked savories to delectable meals, it’s time to get spoiled. But not without having some fun with doughnuts. Add bacon to add some feathers, candy eyes, nose, and tongue. And you got your turkey.
Now here’s a fun and edible craft. Get everything you will need to use, like a pumpkin, chunks of cheddar cheese, a variety of fruits, skewers, and toothpick- Hot-glue for attaching, and lots of patience for putting everything together.
Cereal bottle DIY
Crafting has never looked as easy as this. You probably have a variety of cereals in your house. Place them in a clear jar. And then add some taper candles inside, tie a cute bow, and glue the alphabets that say THANKS.
Paper cup turkey
Crafting is pure fun. Imagine turning your coffee mug into a turkey? Maybe you already have your sticky note booklet. If you don’t, get some plain paper and paint them with the kids in various colors. Then make some precise cutting with scissors, and glue them on the cup. Use the candy eyes, and that’s it.
Turkey leaves craft
You will need a few maple leaves and googly eyes. And have some fun with your children as you create this cute turkey leaf table setting.
Now you have something to keep your tots busy as you proceed with your sweet treat cooking spree. They will save you some cash as they craft some Thanksgiving gift ideas for their buddies. And probably one for you. Not to mention the decors that you are likely to put as a centerpiece. Right?