Add A Splash Of COLOR To Your Thanksgiving

I can’t believe Thanksgiving is just a few days away, how exciting!  This year is a very special year because I finally have a little one sitting at the official “kiddie table”.  Since it is Paisley’s first real Thanksgiving experience I wanted to make it extra special, and I found the perfect item to help me do that.
IMG_4903Friends, you will love this!  I found this adorable Thanksgiving themed color-in table cloth for $3 at Target.  I knew it would be the perfect touch and bring so much joy to the kiddos, which in return brings freedom to all the adults.  It allows the younger children to enjoy some free spirit coloring and the older kids a chance to get creative as well as write down what they are thankful for.  I will bring this adorable table cloth and box of crayons to our Thanksgiving hostess, $3 well spent.

IMG_4899For all you adult coloring fans out there, here is an idea that might satisfy your doodling appetite. Brown kraft paper can double as a great table cloth, as well as be the perfect way for  adults to have a little child-like fun too!
IMG_4952Going along with our “thankful” theme this holiday season, I pre-wrote the word thankful across the center of our kraft paper table cloth.  On Thanksgiving I will ask everyone to write down what they are thankful for.  It will be fun to see what everyone writes and it will make for a very personalized touch to our holiday celebration.IMG_4957

**If you are looking for a last minute Thanksgiving themed hostess gift just run out to your nearest craft store and pick up a roll of kraft paper and a package of markers/crayons.  For $5 you have created a great gift and something everyone can enjoy on Thanksgiving day. Win-Win!**

Happy Feasting Friends!jenna - signature

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