Thanksgiving is just about a week away, which means it’s time to get serious about Thanksgiving crafts and recipes. Our affordable Thanksgiving recipes will help you make the most out of the holiday without draining your bank account. You can also make any of our fun and thrifty Thanksgiving crafts to decorate your own home or to bring to friends for a host or hostess gift. You will also find some of our quickest and easiest Christmas crafts that are sure to fill you with the holiday spirit!
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If you want to truly welcome guests into your home this Thanksgiving, then herald their arrival by hanging this Leafy Thanksgiving Wreath on your front door! A few simple materials come together quickly to create this cute and affordable holiday craft.
Show what you are thankful for this holiday season with this Give Thanks Centerpiece. This beautiful table decoration will complement your Thanksgiving feast while also giving family and friends the chance to count their blessings over dinner.
Filling your home with holiday spirit has never been more affordable than with this project for Joy to the Dollar Store Decor . For less than ten dollars, you can decorate your home with chic decor that holiday guests will swear came from a boutique.
If you want to crochet a quick and inexpensive gift for someone in your life, make them one of these Precious Penguins. You can crochet up a little friend in no time at all, and it will cost you less than fifteen dollars to make.
Green bean casserole is a classic, crowd-pleasing Thanksgiving side dish, and this recipe for Make-Ahead Green Bean Casserole is extremely easy and inexpensive to make. You can make this casserole in advance and then reheat it for dinner.
If you and your family love creamy and cheesy potato casseroles, then this recipe for Real Funeral Potatoes is a must-make. This recipe is made entirely from scratch and is topped with the classic cornflakes for a crunchy finish.
Oven space is a hot commodity during the holiday season, and you can maximize your cookie-making by switching it up with these No Bake Christmas Cookies. Best of all, these recipes can all be made in less than ten minutes!
Feeding a crowd for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other holiday gathering can sometimes be a challenge. This recipe for Cherry Slab Pie is extremely simple to make, and can feed more people than a standard pie can.
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