A Cornucopia of Felt Thanksgiving crafts.

14 Nov

Fall is the perfect season for felt projects. As evidenced by the amazing Thanksgiving themed tutorials below.
Not only are most of them quick felt crafts but with the addition of felt glue your crafts can be put together in less time than it takes to rake up all those leaves out front!

Felt Thanksgiving Toppers

Thanksgiving_crafts_bonnet_hat_pilgrim_turkey_felt

Adorable felt covered candy sticks from the always fabulous Martha Stewart!

Put some felt pilgrim hats on your candy, pencils, fingers or newborn kittens* all  thanks to Martha Stewart.
*Please do not actually do this!

Felt Horn of Plenty

Add some magnets to this felt cornucopia and have the funnest fridge on the block.

Mmmm…. Rutabega! Make a felt Thanksgiving cornucopia with Disney Family Fun.

 http://familyfun.go.com/crafts/thanksgiving-stuffing-939309/

Felt Thanksgiving Thankful Banner 

Thanksgiving crafts to make

Holiday Crafts and Creations has beautiful step by step instructions to make this garland.

This Charming garland by Holiday Crafts and Creations makes me grateful for felt!

 http://www.holiday-crafts-and-creations.com/thanksgiving-crafts-to-make-thankful.html

Pilgrim Napkin Rings

Silhouette napkin rings

These napkin rings are made from paper but could easily be made in felt.

The post suggests paper but in black, or any of our 140+ colors of  felt, these pilgrim napkin rings would be even more enchanting (and a google eye wouldn’t hurt them either).

 http://moneysavingmom.com/2008/11/thanksgiving-on-a-budget-thanksgiving-decorations-from-paper.html

 Stay Warm out there!

Felt food Muffin Pattern American Felt and Craft

Check out our growing collection of felt food patterns at http://www.AmericanFeltandCraft.com

2 Responses to “A Cornucopia of Felt Thanksgiving crafts.”

  1. Tammy Frederick November 15, 2011 at 12:32 pm #

    These classy looking autumn inspired napkin rings will add the perfect touch to any Thanksgiving feast. As an added bonus they are very easy to make and cost next to nothing.

  2. Rachana November 24, 2011 at 3:06 am #

    Nice Felt website

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