5 DIY ideas for hosting Thanksgiving
Hosting the festivities this year? Here are 5 projects from our favorite creators that you can make with your Cricut machine!
“Thankful for Wine” tea towels
Whip up these custom tea towels in about 15 minutes, or as you’re running out the door like the Crafty Lumberjacks did. They make the perfect addition to your table setting, or as a host gift to the Friendsgiving you’re attending.
These stunning placemats by Rachel McAffe only takes a few minutes and adds a beautiful gold touch to your table decor.
Thanksgiving photo booth props
Picture this: laughter-filled moments captured against a backdrop of festive props, creating memories that will be cherished for years to come. These fun Thanksgiving photo booth props by Mardoodles Company are a fun, creative way to bring family and friends together!
No gathering is complete without party favors. If you’re hosting Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving this year, consider taking your celebration to the next level by crafting these Friendsgiving boxes by LaShaunte Beathea for each of your guests. Fill these with love, thoughtfulness and a few custom gifts and treats!
Did you know you can use iron-on on paper? The Crafty Lumberjacks used leftover iron-on vinyl scraps to make these leftover baggies for guests to take home. This is a simple, yet thoughtful, way to show appreciation and ensure the delicious leftovers find a new home.
Use #cricut on social to show us all the creations you make this season!