A Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath to greet family & friends

If you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner, hang this cute Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath on your front door to welcome friends and family to the feast. Or, if you’re going to be a guest this year, consider taking along this wreath to say “thanks for hosting.” Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous made this easy Thanksgiving wreath that will be enjoyed for years to come.

DIY a Thanksgiving wreath with a felt turkey

Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath by Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous.

Wrapping your wreath in yarn takes a little time, but you can do it while watching TV tonight. The feathers are cut from felt – easy, and Linda shows you how to make the t-shirt pompom for the turkey’s body, too. She’ll walk you through it over at Craftaholics Anonymous. Thanks for this cutie, Linda.

STAK Tree and Christmas magazine giveaway!

You could win these three Christmas craft magazines and a 12″ STAK Tree!

As part of this week’s crafty giveaway, so many of you have shared lovely and loving stories about your upcoming Thanksgiving plans. Thank you so much for sharing your comments – they really do make my day. And if you’ve not yet entered our giveaway and shared your plans for Thanksgiving, you have till this Thursday to do so.

Happy crafting.


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6 Responses to A Thanksgiving Turkey Wreath to greet family & friends

  1. ColleenB. says:

    what a cute and colorful turkey. A welcoming site for sure
    Maybe Lisa should set up a hidden video camera and show as entertainment later in the day :}

  2. I love this!!! Totally inspired! Will be making this over the weekend! Along with my turkey shirts for this years turkey trot!

  3. Lisa M says:

    This year we will invite our neighbors over for some good ol’ fashion Thanksgiving dinner. Then we will break out a few games and play until it is time for Pie. I am going to help a friend out at her store on Wednesday so the kids get to do pre-baking. What fun that should be. Wish I was going ot be here to see it. “)

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