Mommy Blog Expert: DIY Thanksgiving Recipes Crafts Beautiful Creative Perfect for Kids & Adults

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

DIY Thanksgiving Recipes Crafts Beautiful Creative Perfect for Kids & Adults


Celebrations


There are so many talented bloggers and a seemingly endless array of great crafts and recipes online to make for Thanksgiving this year, it's hard to know where to begin and start creating!


Since the task of finding the best holiday craft and recipe blogposts can be overwhelming, MommyBlogExpert has done the work for you. Check out the 100s of fantastic DIY ideas compiled all in one place on MBE's Thanksgiving Beauty & Creativity Pinterest board.



This quickly-expanding curated Thanksgiving collection is amazing, filled with the most creative and beautiful DIY recipes and crafts on the internet just for you to make this the most meaningful Thanksgiving holiday ever. Projects galore for kids and grownups at all skill levels from preschooler to sophisticated crafted.

Be sure to follow MommyBlogExpert on Pinterest so you don't miss any of this creative Thanksgiving energy and inspiration! 



I'm also pinning late into the night, growing similarly spectacular Christmas & New Year's Eve and Hanukkah craft and recipe Pinterest boards that I think you will love. You're invited to check them out.


See You On Pinterest!

Leave a Comment & Share Links to Your Own Thanksgiving DIY Ideas
Since we can never have enough creativity, please share your own Thanksgiving DIY craft or recipe links as a comment below. All appropriate comments will be published and I'll also be looking for additional great ideas to pin to MBE's Thanksgiving Pinterest page from the links you share.

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19 comments:

Stacie said...

I love this! The Rice Krispies treat turkey with M&Ms stuffing is the best.

Jeannette said...

I can't believe that Thanksgiving is almost upon us! I don't have any special recipes are family basically does turkey, mashed, potatoes, corn and biscuits. But I love to see what other ideas there are out there.

Colleen Lanin said...

Best. Post. Ever. I love that you're gathering up everybody's bloggy recipe goodness. Yay!

Dawn McAlexander said...

There are some very talented bloggers out there, I won't argue with that. I can't wait to see all their posts for Thanksgiving.

Tara said...

Thank you for the opportunity to share some of my Thanksgiving recipes with you and your followers. It's a great idea. I do have a lot but I won't overwhelm you. Here are three of my more recent recipes.

http://noshingwiththenolands.com/indian-pudding-recipe/
http://noshingwiththenolands.com/stuffed-roasted-turkey-breast/
http://noshingwiththenolands.com/creamy-little-potato-pumpkin-soup/

Ann B said...

I have always wanted to try making a Rice Krispies treat turkey. I love to make my own decorations and centerpieces.

Nancy P said...

So cool! I love the rice krispie turkey!

Kait Baumgartner said...

That Rice Krispy turkey -- I need it now! I really can't believe how fast October went and it's already November. Pretty soon we will be thinking about Christmas!!

Ckrusch said...

I love the turkey with rice crisps, so original! Can't wait to check all the recipes!

Jaredamy said...

These are cute ideas! I do not really have much content to repin because I usually go from Halloween to Christmas stuff!

Mistee Dawn said...

I love this! Bloggers make some of the most creative recipes and crafts!! I need to add some later!

Aubrey Hedgecock said...

I love the rice krispy turkey. That is so festive and cute.

Jonna said...

I love seeing people's creativity and then putting my own twist on it. Love the ideas!

Janis Brett Elspas said...

Great to hear from so many of you. Keep commenting with your original Thanksgiving craft and recipe links to share. So far we've pinned Noshing With the Nolands yummy stuffed Turkey breast but we are still looking for more great ideas to pin on MBE's Thanksgiving Pinterest Board.

Autumn Rose Reo said...

Thanksgiving is one my favorites because it's a lot about the food. While we change it up every year, that's our tradition, there are so many recipes that I love to make so much! Any of these are perfect: http://www.mamachallenge.com/?s=cauliflower.

Reesa Lewandowski said...

There are so many wonderful Thanksgiving ideas here!

Melissa Chapman said...

Thank you so much for sharing all these wonderful ideas and ways to engage with my kids over the thanksgiving holiday! I'm so excited to did into all these projects!

Jennifer said...

One year we made these really cute Turkey Rice Krispie Treats that were a hit
http://jenaroundtheworld.com/2014/11/turkey-rice-krispie-treat-cookies/

Dawn GT said...

awesome post. i am so ready for thanksgivig. can wait to taste all of the yummy food.