Ways to share your thankfulness {part two!}


Thanksgiving ideas: Ways to share your thankfulness

I’m wrapping up Thanksgiving idea week with another list of six ways to share your thankfulness at Thanksgiving! Here are six more great ideas to show your gratitude:

1. Fill a jar with conversation starters (“What are you grateful for every day?”, “Is there someone at the table you have a reason to thank?”) – via FamilyFun Magazine

2. Craft a paper quilt – via Let’s Explore

3. Make a Thanksgiving blessings board – via Tatertots and Jello

4. Show what you are thankful “four” – via Spoonful

5. Make gratitude rolls (yep! The paper is baked right in!) – via Beauty and Bedlam

6. Create a book of thanks and add to it every year – via eighteen25

To see my other list of 6 ways to give thanks, click here. Also check out this great list of ideas at SheKnows!

Here are all the Thanksgiving ideas I’ve shared this week!

Monday: Cutest Thanksgiving treats on a stick
Tuesday: Beautiful, natural place settings for Thanksgiving
Wednesday: Healthy “turkey” snacks and meals for kids
Thursday: Ways to share your thankfulness {part one}
Friday: Pumpkin pie desserts (that aren’t actually pie!)
Saturday: Ways to share your thankfulness {part two}

Plus free printables!
Free printable turkey snack – make cute turkey treat cups
Free printable Thanksgiving play set – fun crafts to keep kids busy at the Thanksgiving table!


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  1. 1
    Saturday, November 17th, 2012 at 12:14 pm
    jamie@eighteen25 says:
    i love all of these ideas. thanks for sharing (and including us). :)
  2. 2
    Sunday, November 18th, 2012 at 1:19 pm
    Melissa says:
    i just LOVE this idea ! Looks so good too !!
  3. 3
    Monday, November 19th, 2012 at 2:45 pm
    Sue says:
    Do you think that if i put these in the correct spots in the cornbread batter after it's poured into the pans, it would work just as well?
    • 3.1
      Monday, November 19th, 2012 at 8:46 pm
      Heather says:
      I have no idea Sue, I'm sorry! Check out the original post, there's lots of Q&A in the comments there:

      http://beautyandbedlam.com/thanksgiving-food-tradition-gratitude/

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