NOVEMBER 7TH, 2008 12:30PM PST 

Get kids excited about the season with these fun DIY actives for the younger set!

*Alpha Mom shows us how to make Rice Krispy turkeys you'll gobble up,

*And how to repurpose leftover Halloween candy into an Advent calendar.

*Life at 7,000 Feet shares a wonderful idea for creating a thankful chain.

*Make sweet leaf prints with Skip to My Lou.

*Create a turkey centerpiece with gratitude feathers,

*Make pasta letter place card rocks,

*Cut out turkey napkin buddies,

*Or glue together a Gobble, Gobble bean sign with directions from

*Parents also shares the how-to on making sock turkeys,

*Indian and Pilgrim homes from recyclables,

*Indian corn magnets,

*And a Give Thanks banner.

*Make a Thanksgiving countdown turkey,

*Or fun crunchy fall leaf pictures with directions from Make and Takes.

*Splatter paint a fall tree with Let's Explore.

*No Time For Flashcards shows us how to make a fun Thanksgiving garland.

*Ramblings of a Crazy Woman teaches us how to make a turkey handprint complete with poem,

* Fun pine cone turkeys,

*Or creative CD turkeys.

*Create glittery Fall foliage with Craftzilla.

10 Responses to “Kid’s Fall Roundup”

  1. Mer@LIfeat7000Feet Says:

    Ooohhh…LOVE these ideas. Okay, I’m hooked on your blog. I’m leaving here very inspired.

  2. Jess Says:

    These crafts make me wish we celebrated Thanksgiving here in New Zealand! Love your site!

  3. Jaimee Says:

    I love your ideas that you round up. They are so inspirational! Thanks!

  4. heather Says:

    More great finds! Loving the rock + alphabet soup place card rocks!

  5. Maggie Says:

    Thank you so much for sharing. I love sharing ideas too! How can we submit projects to you? I am translating a cute french pattern for a crochet christmas tree or is it too early? I think you and your readers would like it. I’m new at blogging so I ask a lot of question!!

  6. Kelly | Purple Lemon Designs Says:

    Thanks for the birthday wishes for Mr. Purple Lemon, Rachel…You are so sweet!

    Have a fab weekend.

  7. admin Says:

    Hi Maggie! If you have a tutorial you’d like to share, shoot me an email!

    That goes for everyone. I’d love to hear from you!


  8. Piera Says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting! Of course you can link : )
    Thanks for the compliment BUT your blog is a gem! I’m going to make one of the sock turkeys-so cute! I’m off to read your blog and get inspired!

  9. Frugal Carol Says:

    Great ideas!!!!!

  10. Tina Says:

    I am just loving all the compilations that you have. There are such great ideas out there, thanks for putting them all in one place for us! Those rice krispie turkeys look yummy.

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