I know, I know. I’m aware that this makes me sound like a crazy person, but I’m not alone – my husband hates it too. Birds of a feather and all that jazz.
However, when the fall rolls around, we love pumpkin-flavored foods. Pumpkin donuts. Pumpkin spice hot chocolate. Pumpkin pancakes. When Thanksgiving came around, I really felt like I was missing out on a delicious touch of pumpkin.
We are so excited about this year’s Christmas theme! We’re celebrating the star of the show. The jolliest guy around. Oh yes, Santa Clause!
Lots of red and white has shown up in our house. And as we prepare for the big guy’s arrival, we’ll be making tons of crafty stuff inspired by his jolly demeanor. There will be gift ideas, printables, and so much more!
So check back all through the month for updates of our how Jolly Holiday is coming together.
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‘Tis the season to be thankful! When I made the new Halloween sign for over our fireplace, I knew I wanted to make one for Thanksgiving as well. I used the same technique but instead, I wanted to go for a raw, minimalist design.
A simple Cricut design and some spray paint brought this sign to life. Don’t have a Cricut? Don’t worry! You can easily make this sign using templates from a craft store (or ones you make yourself!) or large stickers.
This project cost me less than $20 and only took 30 minutes. Yes! You read that right. Looking for a quick, last-minute project for Thanksgiving? This is the one for you!
Follow the tutorial below and you’ll be done in no time.
I don’t know about you but Thanksgiving Day is always filled with chaos. Fun chaos. But chaos nonetheless. With the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade playing in the background, I take to the kitchen prepared to tackle the day’s feast.
I carefully lay out all the ingredients for the delicious dishes (grouping them by recipe, of course) and then take a deep breath.
How am I going to get this all done? Efficiently would be nice.
Inevitably, my kitchen is covered in post-it notes reminding me when to put a dish in and when, oh, and at the right temperature. And wait… did those go in together? Or did I want to cook them separately? Shoot.
To wrangle all the chaos, I’ve created a simple printable chart. Click the links below to download.