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  • Rachel LaFollette

    Thanksgiving tree. I really love this. Everyone seems to skip from Halloween to Christmas and forgets Thanksgiving. I like the idea of this to remember that holiday when I have kids :)

  • Jennifer Van Dyke

    Great fall decor. Thankful tree. Such a sweet & encouraging idea.

  • Erica Jeffrey

    The Thankful Tree by Simply Vintagegirl, via Flickr! What a wonderful idea; something to get the whole family involved and each year they can keep adding to it! This is going to be my 2014 Family Fall Craft as my kids are now teens and it is so important for them to take time and ponder what truly matters. I think this will be a treasured heirloom for years to come! Thank you "Simply Vintagegirl for a fun meaningful family heirloom!

  • Jessica Pierce

    I'm SO including this in my Thanksgiving decor and having my kids make an acorn each day! The Thankful Tree Acorns and a better bow #holidayentertaining #thanksgiving #givingthanks #november #holidays #thanksgivingideas #thanksgivingcrafts #thankful #thanks #thanksgivingrecipes www.gmichaelsalon... #diy #crafting #recipes #forthehome #holidaydecorating #holidaydecor #harvest #autumn

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