My Halloween decorations are officially put away (aside from the black wreath which I keep forgetting to replace) which means it’s on the next holiday! Family Thanksgiving assignments are out and as expected we’re in charge of place cards (probably because I’m the only one that cares – and I have kids that want to do it!). So, here’s some ideas that are kid-friendly and super easy.
Life with Fingerprints: Kid crafts, Thanksgiving Place Cards
Fold ribbon in half to make the turkey feathers and glue them to the back of a piece of kraft or construction paper.
Life with Fingerprints: Kid crafts, Thanksgiving Place Cards
Life with Fingerprints: Kid crafts, Thanksgiving Place Cards
Use gold metallic paint to paint feathers (I purchased a bag of feathers at Michaels for 1.99). Paint half the feather gold with a couple coats and use a fine sharpie to write names on it.
Life with Fingerprints: Kid crafts, Thanksgiving Place Cards
Cut kraft paper to 8.5×11 and fold into a boat using these instructions. Tape construction paper to a toothpick and put it in the middle of the boat.
Life with Fingerprints: Kid crafts, Thanksgiving Place Cards
Use the kids fingers to create this work of art with some craft paint and googly eyes.
Life with Fingerprints: Kid crafts, Thanksgiving Place Cards
It’s hard to remember my kids were ever this little – and even then they were helping with the place cards!

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