Turkey Week Wrap Up

I have had lots of fun these past 10 days showing you all my favorite turkey projects and inspiration from around the blogosphere. 
 For those of you that missed any of the posts, here is a little roundup for you…
We started off with these Turkey Treats that we made for Connor’s class…
And then I showed you lots of Fun Thanksgiving Food Ideas.
 {These turkey cupcakes were from The Party Dress}
Next up were these Treat Cornucopias that we took to Matthew’s school.  They were a little bit of a pain to make when you were doing 25 of them but would be perfect for the kids’ table at Thanksgiving!
I then introduced you to Mr. Tom

…and showed you some Thanksgiving Tablescape and Decor Inspiration.

{like this one from Karin Lidbreck-Brent}

Now you really can’t have Thanksgiving with doing at least one Handprint Turkey Art!  Here is our family version as well as some of other fabulous ideas that I found…

And Turkey week ended with some fabulous Thanksgiving Craft Ideas from around the blogosphere.

 {Love this Pine Cone Garland from Country Home – I can’t wait to make a Christmas version!}

The most viewed Thanksgiving idea was our Turkey Fruit Platter {with fondue for you chocolate lovers!}

Thank-you so much for helping me celebrate Turkey Week!  I hope all of my American friends have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

For all of us Canadians, Thanksgiving has passed and it is time to move on to…
CHRISTMAS!!!!  I can’t wait to get going!

I linked up with Home Stories A to Z, Project Inspire, Sumo’s Sweet Stuff, Be Different Act Normal, Funky Junk, Tatertots and Jello, Tidy Mom, Delightful Order, The Shabby Creek Cottage, Lil Luna, Not Just a Housewife, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Today’s Creative Blog, Under the Table and Dreaming and I Heart Naptime.

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