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  • Julie Blosser

    DIY Thanksgiving Table Runner- each year have the kids put their hand print on and see how they grow!

  • Jasmine Bucinski

    Thanksgiving Table Runner with kids hand turkeys. Have them do one every year, like the Christmas tree skirt I wanted to do but never did :p

  • Jeanette Cano

    Love this! Buy a table runner and each year add a turkey. What a fun tradition for years to come! #Schwans #Thanksgiving #crafts #kids

  • Tracy Lizotte Studios

    DIY Thanksgiving Table Runner… what a cute idea to build fond thanksgiving traditions with your kids year after year.

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Love this! Buy a table runner and each year add a turkey. What a fun tradition for years to come!

Thanksgiving Table Runner - Last year, I started a Thanksgiving table runner. I took an old creme table runner I had, and used my kids handprints to paint turkeys. This year we updated it with "new turkeys". I think it will be so fun to watch the handprints get bigger through the years.

DIY Fall Table Runner...This would be neat and have the kids do their hand prints each year! Nice memory maker.

Hand print turkey tablecloth. Have your kids add a new hand print every year or get all the little cousins together to make a special tablecloth for the grandparents.

diy easter table runner-super cute! You could also use sponges to make "egg stamps" if you don't have tissue paper

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This was not for a novice sewer. Lots of cutting and quite a few hours put into this. But it came out super cute! I think @Jen and @Heather probably agree!

Handprint Turkey Thanksgiving Crafts for kids. Nothing beats using their own little hands and feet for prints.