How to create a yummy Thanksgiving leftovers cheese board for entertaining your guests.
Some cute AF and totally free Thanksgiving coloring pages. Get yours now!
Learn how to make this adorable Thanksgiving “Feast mode” iron-on shirt using the Cricut Maker.
The Step-by-Step Guide to Hosting a High Style, Low Budget Thanksgiving – This week, we’ll be tackling all the preparation that you need to do prior to Thanksgiving week. Yes, the easiest way to do a lovely Thanksgiving on a budget is planning and preparation. But hey, no worries, I’ve done ALL the planning for you – all you have to do is follow my step-by-step guide and you’ll have a stress-free time.
Here’s a few classic and comfortable Thanksgiving outfits for moms. Everything from comfy and casual to dressed up in easy chic.
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares this kid’s Thanksgiving turkey puppet DIY for the young ones to do before the big dinner. It’s really easy and needs little to no adult help (The Best Projects, in my opinion).
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, has rounded up a little bit of everything on this list of 15 great Thanksgiving leftovers ideas to help you use up the last of those tasty dishes from the big day! Find out more!
I thought it would be funny AF to create a shirt with my favorite Thanksgiving saying on it. DIY a Goldbergs-inspired “It’s ThanksFUCKINGgiving” T-shirt!
Bitch, I Can Celebrate Thanksgiving And Christmas At The Same Time… I’ve Got Time!
I’m going to be honest with y’all. One of the best things about having kids is… featuring them on your holiday card! Because, let’s be honest, after you have kids – no one cares abut your mug and only wants to see those adorable babies. So why not give them what they want and feature those adorable baby faces on some really outstanding stationery? This year, we ordered our cards from Minted.com and OMG… AMAZING. From the multute of designs, to the ease of use, to the quality product – Minted.com is THE place to buy your cards this year. Don’t believe me? Then check out our colorful holiday cards from Minted.com!
As many of you know, I love Thanksgiving and host it every year. I have been doing it for so long that I have a set menu, a timeline, and all the supplies I need to create a chic yet simple “event” that everyone enjoys. This year, I decided to add another fun level to my Thanksgiving skillz – a leftovers station! Y’all know that leftovers are the absolute BEST thing about the holiday so why not make them the centerpiece of your celebration? I’ve made it super easy for you, too! I sourced all the supplies and am sharing a bunch of FREE printables so you can create your own Thanksgiving leftovers station:
Last week, I shared with you my plan to help you host a high style, low budget Thanksgiving and on Monday, I gave you ALL my recipes (plus free printables!), tips, and a master grocery list. And today, I’ll be wrapping things up by giving y’all some simple decor tips + a comprehensive timeline to help you figure out exactly what to do and when! Over the last two decades of hosting this holiday, I have learned exactly how to have a fantastic and stylish celebration on an incredibly low budget- and a huge part of that is setting a simple table with a big impact. So here are my decor tips and tricks (along with a free timeline printable) to help you with your Thanksgiving Day.