See all 125 Plus Thanksgiving Crafts, Decor DIY’s and Recipes in the linky below!
It’s like a mini Thanksgiving Pinterest of sorts!
This Linky party is going to be a lot of fun because we are travelling from North to South, East to West to include hostesses from Canada and the US!
Since the Canadian Thanksgiving holiday is October 8th and the American Thanksgiving holiday is November 22, this party will run for 7 weeks from October 3 to November 20th.
I’m going to have so much fun joining my crafty co-hosts from At The Picket Fence, Freckled Laundry, It’s So Very Cheri, Mrs. Hine’s Class, Notes From A Cottage Industry and Three Mango Seeds!
Each week your hostess will post a delicious Thanksgiving recipe, a DIY or craft related to that week’s party theme as well as a family tradition that they share with their loved ones every Thanksgiving!
October 3 – 9: Thanksgiving Tablescapes here at Setting for Four
October 10 – 16: Printables at Notes From A Cottage Industry
October 17 – 23: Mantel Decor at Mrs. Hine’s Class
October 24 -30: Kid’s Craft at At The Picket Fence
October 31- Nov 6: Bunting at It’s So Very Cheri
Nov 7 – 13: Centerpiece at Freckled Laundry
Nov 14 – 20: Front Door/Porch Decor at Three Mango Seeds
I love decorating for the Thanksgiving holiday!
Here is what I have come up with this year for my Thanksgiving Tablescape:
Each year we make this family favorite Thanksgiving recipe: Maple Syrup Acorn Squash Casserole. A touch of maple syrup, cinnamon and nutmeg add a bit of sweet and spice to this harvest vegetable casserole. Click on this link to get the recipe!
Our Family Thanksgiving Tradition:
After our Thanksgiving meal, our family loves to go on a long walk outdoors. We ‘walk off’ the huge meal we have eaten as well as enjoy the beautiful fall leaves and crisp air. It’s just a nice opportunity to spend some time together, a change from our hustle-and-bustle everyday routines. With our son away at Royal Military College, this Thanksgiving is going to be extra special to spend some time with him and catch up with how he’s been since he left in September!
This year we will enjoy our post-dinner walk at a special place the Trans Canada Trail. The trail is a series of recreational paths that span the whole country from west coast to east coast and is the longest network of trails in the world!
Today more than 16,800 km of trail has been developed and millions of international travelers and Canadians use the trails to hike, cycle, ski, horseback ride and snowmobile. Once completed it will stretch 23,000 km from the Atlantic to Pacific to Arctic oceans through each province and territory. It really is an amazing national treasure.