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And you can dress up your teal pumpkin (and any pumpkin) with a little bit of hot glue and sequin trim.
- A pumpkin – either a fake one that’s already teal, or paint a white one
- Sequin Trim
- Hot glue gun
(yes that’s it)
Step 1 Write out your message in pencil.
Step 2 Run a small bead of hot glue, one inch at a time, along the pencil mark. If you’re using a real pumpkin, make sure it is at room temperature or warmer, otherwise the glue will harden too quickly.
Step 3 Press the sequin trim along the glue line. Repeat steps two and three until finished.
Of course if you don’t want to write a word you can do decorations instead.
Like, super last minute. HOW is it Thanksgiving weekend already! This holiday always creeps up on me. I think it’s because September is always so busy with teaching (and now squirrelly babe’s birthday) that when it’s over it’s like BAM HELLO OCTOBER/PUMPKIN SPICE SEASON/HALLOWEEN/THANKSGIVING!
I’m not ready yet. Nope. If you’re like me you might be scrounging for some ideas. Because printables (like the above napkins) are mega fast and the perfect way to create a handmade holiday, here are a few to quickly put together this holiday weekend.
Love these ‘give thanks’ cards from Lemon Thistle to give your guests at your dinner.
Perfect labels for leftover packs or take away treats. Gobble gobble.
Keep the kiddos occupied with this colouring placemat.
Or you could play some thanksgiving bingo.
Personalize each place setting with these editable thanksgiving place cards.
Happy thanksgiving fellow Canadian friends!
We leave Paris today and fly out to Lisbon to see my family! So so excited. But just because I’m traipsing around Europe doesn’t mean I’ve forgotten about some very important dates coming up, so I’m popping in to share some Canada Day and Fourth of July inspiration.
Printable Nautical Banner from Tater Tots and Jello | Eraser Stamped Star T-shirt: Cutesy Crafts | Firework Fruit kebabs from The Baby Bump Diaries | Easy Patriotic Table Decor from Today’s Creative Life
It’ll be strange celebrating Canada Day from afar, but we’re well equipped with some red and white!
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