Fall Tablescape – Seven Days of Tips 7

What about the kids?

Until now, I've shown you MY fall tablescapes. Today I'm going to share some links from other sites.

I just saved you a couple of hours searching online for ideas.

I don't want to give away my plan for this year but suffice it to say that our kids table is going to be as interesting as the adult table - and much more fun! It will be my focus this year.

Let's consider "kid boredom."

While we are finishing up the mashed potatoes and whipping out the gravy lumps, the kids are thinking, "I'm going to starve to death!" I suppose the big kids (our DHs) are probably thinking the same thing.

Fall Tablescape Kids Table {Love my DIY Home}

If you give them some appetizers and games all their own, you will not only make them happy, but give you a bit of peace while you finish up dinner prep.

It's OK to play with your food on

Thanksgiving Day.

Turkey drink box holder by Totally the Bomb

The Food Network waffle cone cornucopias  and a nutty tic tac toe game

Tutorial by Ashlee at My So Called Crafty Life for Thanksgiving Wordsearch place cards

Paper Bag Turkey tutorial by Sunshine Whispers

Parents.com has a bunch of fun projects for kids.

BigActivities.com Pilgrim Dot to Dot Printables

My Sister's Suitcase Thanksgiving Mad Libs for Kids

Printable below (Please pin from the original sources)

Fall Tablescape Kids Table {Love my DIY Home}

 

Don't forget to "dress up" the kids' table.

 

Samantha Connor's 19 Thanksgiving Table Ideas for Kids

Rebekah at Project Nursery Thanksgiving For Little Ones

Printable Paper Banner Dinner Plate Place Card @ In My Own Style by Diane

Be Thankful Utensil Holders printable by Jen @ Eighteen25

Felt Turkey Crayon Holder pattern @ Skip to My Lou

 

Fall Tablescape Kids Table {Love my DIY Home}

 

Enjoy your fall. Enjoy Thanksgiving.

It's all about family and friends. If you have those, you have everything.

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12 thoughts on “Fall Tablescape – Seven Days of Tips 7”

    • Aubrey, thanks for coming by. I’m really looking forward to putting together the kids’ table this year for my grandsons.

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  1. I haven't filled out a mad lib in years. Thanks for all the Thanksgiving ideas.  Thanks for sharing and linking up to Scraptastic Saturdays.  This post will be shared via FB, Twitter and Pinterest. Have a wonderful  week.

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