Thanksgiving crafts are all here! Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for what we have, so you will find several crafts for children that revolve around this theme. There are also some ideas for decorating the Thanksgiving table this year. From placemats, place name holders, napkin rings, or centerpieces, there is something for everyone.
Thanksgiving is one of those autumn holidays that is very fun to decorate for. I love pumpkins and all the warm hues of Fall.
Older teens and adults will appreciate the polymer clay projects listed, as those take a bit more patience and time, but the results are worth it.
You will find plenty of fun turkey crafts for the kids to make!
Bubble Wrap Indian Corn - Bubble wrap wrapped around an empty paper towel tube makes these corn cobs. Children love painting the bubble wrap kernels!
Glass Block Turkey - This craft tutorial shows you how you can make a beautiful glass block turkey craft for Thanksgiving. It looks beautiful when lit up!
Indian Headband Napkin Rings - Empty paper towel tubes are used to create this cute napkin rings.
Paper Bag Turkey - A paper lunch bag is folded and painted to create a turkey.
Paper Plate Cornucopia - An easy craft for kids. Children make a cornucopia out of paper plate, then glue in pictures of foods they find in a magazine. Great school project!
Pine Cone Turkey - A classic craft, but this one has a few extra additions for the eyes, beak, and gizzard.
Clay Turkey - Step by step directions to show how to create
this cute little turkey using polymer clay. The turkey can be
turned into a pin, magnet, or used as a place name holder at the table.
Q-tip Turkey - This little turkey has a tail of painted Q-tips, and can be used as a place name holder at the Thanksgiving table.
Turkey Craft - This cute turkey has a word written
on each feather, to help children think about all the things
they are thankful for.
Thankgiving Napkin Rings - Polymer clay is used to make small Indian corn napkin rings. Cute!
Thanksgiving Place Mat - Foamie sheets are used to weave a placemat. Kids will love doing this craft, and the foam sheets can be wiped clean with a damp cloth