This is a sponsored post by Crayola. Portions of this post have been seen previously on Crafts Unleashed.
In our neck of the woods, winter is creeping in fast (like super super fast - there is a storm coming!), and Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Today we are going to celebrate the passing of fall into winter with a fun fairy hunt craft and some inspiring Thanksgiving crafts from Crayola!
Thanksgiving is a holiday centered so strongly around family and I love the idea of breaking out the crayons, markers, construction paper and crafting together! Particularly if you have a lot going on in the kitchen, a good craft can keep the kids out of there, entertained and bonding with the cousins!
6. Back the entire arrangement with a few sprigs of evergreens cut from the backyard or purchased from the florist.
For a few bucks and 30 minutes of effort, the kids were thrilled and engaged,
using those last bits of winter sunlight to get some exercise searching for the jingle bell "fairies."