Once you're done making spooky decorations and carving scary faces into pumpkins, it's time to start working on those decorations for Thanksgiving. From hand print turkeys to horns of plenty, there are lots of ways for a crafter to make Thanksgiving more fun and festive. Turn polymer clay into cornucopia napkin rings. Take a paper bag and some construction paper and let the kids make fat turkeys. Use air dry clay to make hanging Thanksgiving ornaments featuring turkeys, corn, horns of plenty, pilgrims and more.
Once Thanksgiving has passed, it's time to move on to the crafter's favorite holiday – Christmas! Knit or crochet garlands and ornaments to decorate. Or knit and crochet scarves, sweaters and other gifts. You can use air dry clay or polymer cay to make festive Christmas ornaments, wall hangings, and napkin rings. You can also use polymer clay to make Christmas presents. Make handcrafted paper to wrap your Christmas gifts. You can choose your themes from so many options, like Christmas trees, Santa, elves, reindeer, holly, snowmen, nativity and more.
Whatever your skill as a crafter, it's time to get started!