Saturday, November 6, 2010

Thanksgiving Kids Table

Last year I hosted Thanksgiving at my house for the first time. I didn't have enough room to put the kids at the grown-up table, and I wanted them to still feel special, and I made their table extra colorful and festive!


I used place mats I already had, and just cut a square of orange burlap to punch up the color, and go under the salad plate.


I used the same turkey napkin holders as I had on the adult table, but made kiddish napkins for them to use. I also made the tablecloth. I got all the fabric at Hobby Lobby, as well as the pumpkins on each plate, and the centerpiece.


The kids loved it, and I think they felt special!

This is what I plan to do this year for the centerpiece... I got the idea from One Charming Party. She has great ideas. You should pay her blog a visit!


These darling corn cobs are so fun, and unexpected! I can't wait to get together with my crafty girlfriends and make them!

I plan to use the same linens and dishes this year as I did last year, but I want to make the darling turkey for the center piece, and corn for each child.

What are you doing for your Thanksgiving Kids Table?

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9 comments:

littlewondersdays said...

Very pretty table! Funny, I just bought orange burlap too! As I was checking out, I was thinking, "Who buys orange burlap?" Guess I'm not the only one.

Jenny said...

So cute, Risa! Looks great

Mckenzie said...

what a cute idea... i think i need to be a part of this crafting girl friends. how fun.

Josh and Becca said...
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Josh and Becca said...

I'm with Kenzie. Who do we have to take out to get in this crafty group? He. He. :) Love your cute ideas. You are such an amazingly talented lady. Glad to get to know you. Love, Becca Barnes

Brad Kami and kids said...

I love the COSTUMES! what a cute idea for the kids! Also love the tables (adult and kids)... classy

Susan said...

How sweet. I love the whole setting. And the kids are so darned cute! I love their costumes. :-) What a wonderfully fun and festive way to share Thanksgiving Dinner.

Blessings,
Susan @ CluckleBees

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

What a special tablesetting for the children. It looks fabulous, and I know they felt so special. Love their pilgrim costumes. Cute, cute, cute. Thanks so much for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

Amy Perrotti said...

Such a fun post! Thank you for sharing the great Thanksgiving ideas. :)

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