Hello everybody! I hope you guys are well. Happy Thanksgiving and we hope you all are able to spend time with family and friends. A special THANKS to those who are serving in the military and protecting our country. You’re forever in our thoughts and may you have a safe return back to your families.
My husband who’s a great cook made our Thanksgiving lunch, which is also going to be dinner as well. We sat around the table, held hands, and gave thanks. Now there’s football on the television and our bellies are full. Have a great holiday!
Hello everybody! I hope you guys are well. Here’s a DIY Thanksgiving banner that I came up with.
I used Microsoft Word, a leaf template, cardstock, a wide Thanksgiving print ribbon, and paper clips to make my banner.
A simple, but meaningful banner.
I affixed the leaves onto the ribbon using the paper clips and the ribbon is held by blue painter’s tape, which I love to use because it holds things up and doesn’t damage surfaces. I hope you like this idea.
Hello everybody! I hope you guys are well. Remember our Halloween door monster. If you don’t, then here’s a reminder:
I wanted to continue this door decoration idea right into Thanksgiving so our adorable monster has had a major transformation.
Meet Gobble Gobble Mercado!
I think I love him more than my daughters do. Oh well, he’s simply adorable and I had a blast doing this. I kept the eyes from the monster and printed out the hat, beak and feet. I used party streamer paper and found two red strings for the wattle. I hope this turkey brought a smile to your face.