Thanks to everyone who has been submitting their ideas to me! I have gotten quite a few in the past few weeks, and I’ve fallen a bit behind in sharing them. Also, the holidays are sneaking up so quickly! I can’t believe Thanksgiving is in a few days. I wasn’t expecting it quite so soon. Enjoy the last of the fall and Thanksgiving crafting ideas submitted by your fellow readers! Start sending in your clever Christmas and holiday ideas now, and be sure to check back in the coming weeks, because I am planning quite a few amazing tutorials and guest tutorials from some of my favorite crafters.

Now on to the roundup!

Wreaths are some of the most popular crafts submitted to me by my readers. You all have tried just about everything in the wreath department, and I know why: wreaths are simple, pretty, a great way to adorn your home, and can be customized in infinite ways.

OUR LATEST VIDEOS

Mommy Dearest Ruffly Wreath by Nora at Fun To Be Frugal: FREE

You’ll be saying “no more wire hangers!” with this quick and easy wreath that is made of wire hangers and stash fabric.

Autumn Leaf Wreath by The Paper Pony: $2

Quick and easy wreath using fall leaves, a styrofoam wreath form and push pins. Classy!

Glass Hurricane Lamp by Erik Homemade: $4 and up

Build a hurricane lamp reminiscent of days gone by with glassware from the dollar store.



Williams-Sonoma Inspired Hurricane Candle Holder
by 320 * Sycamore: $3

This classy fall hurricane candle holder was inspired by some found at Williams-Sonoma. You can change out the fall leaves for something more wintry and keep these as part of your holiday decor and beyond! This idea is also a nice hostess gift.

Thanksgiving Place Cards by Heather at My Frugal Family: $.23 each

From Heather: I made a wreath from Dollar Tree ornaments, and wound up with extra ornaments in nice Harvest colors. After going through some supplies, I found I had some pretty artificial autumn leaves. I glued several together, then used a gold paint marker to glitz the leaves up a bit, then lastly, added an ornament to the top. I was able to make 5 up for my family of 5. We’ll use these on our Thanksgiving table this year. I am toying with the idea of adding a leaf to the back side, with names on them.

Blessing Platter by Kara at Creations by Kara: $2

The dollar store has these cool metallic platters that I always look at and want to craft with, but I have yet to post a single tutorial using them. Well, Kara thought of a great use for them, and made a custom plaque. You can decorate these in any way you want!

turkey magnet

Give Thanks Turkey Magnets by Theo-Ann at Outside the Box: $1

Cute craft for the kids’ table on Thanksgiving!