Again I found inspiration over at Tip Junkie.
A few days ago Laurie posted 20 Thanksgiving Crafts To Make. I loved the concept behind crafts 1 - 4, to decorate for Thanksgiving with something that would cause the kids, and the hubby and I, to think about what we are grateful for. Sometimes I think we all get so caught up wanting things we don't have (and don't need) that we forget to take stock of our blessings.
A trip to JoAnn's last night and a trip to the Salvation Army store this morning
yielded the items needed to make my board.
I worked on it for hours. Mostly because the chipboard letters were on the smallish
side and I wanted to Mod Podge them with fall scrapbook paper.
Tracing and cutting out all the letters took forever.
I finally finished it and invited the kids to come write what they were thankful for.
Tiffany is thankful for her family, shelter, and bananas.
Kimberly is thankful for mommy and daddy's love & yummy muffins.
Aimee is thankful for all the wonderful people that I love and all the love we share.
They drew some interesting pictures too.
After I took this picture the hubby came over and added that he was thankful for whoopie cushions and added to the art fest with a drawing of a dude wearing sunglasses.
I think they are missing the point.
Or they are mocking me.
Either way I'm really proud of my board.