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Welcome to the Thanksgiving Holiday Craftacular Blog Hop!
Throughout the year, my blogging friends and I will share our holiday or seasonal projects. Stop here Monday through Friday of this week to see great Thanksgiving decorating projects, crafts and ideas from me and my friends!
Today, I will be sharing my DIY Thanksgiving Wooden Sign Tutorial!
Plus, share your Thanksgiving project, recipe or craft at the Holiday Craftacular linky party below!
We can’t wait to see your Thanksgiving creations! We’ll share our linky party favorites at our next Holiday Craftacular blog hop and on our Holiday Craftacular Pinterest Board!
Meet the Holiday Craftacular blogging crew! Please follow your Holiday Craftacular hosts!
Also, be sure to visit our next Holiday Craftacular blog hop, which starts December 7 for our Christmas Craftacular blog hop!
Becky of The Dempster Logbook
Now, for today’s Holiday Craftacular blogger, Lauren!
Hi! This is Lauren from Mom Home Guide! I love decorating my home for the seasons — making little changes to my home throughout the year makes everything seem newer and fresher, and it’s also a lot of fun for the kids!
Before I share my Thanksgiving project, I would like to share one of my favorites from last month’s Holiday Craftacular Linky Party: A Textured Jute Pumpkin from Little Bits of Home!
Now, it’s time for me to share my Thanksgiving craft!
Since Thanksgiving is coming up, I decided to make a quick and easy pallet artwork piece for my fireplace mantel! I think this cute wooden sign really gives a nice fall feel to my home’s family room!
The theme of my new pallet artwork are some of the things I am thankful for this season: my home and family, beautiful fall foliage and just nature in general!
Decorative Wooden Accents
Stenciled Pallet How To
To start out my project, I taped my stencil to my pallet with masking tape. I then applied American Decor Chalky Finish Paint in Delicate to the pallet with a foam brush. I love the happy yellow color!
The paint was really easy to apply, so stenciling my pallet took no time at all!
Then, all there was left to do was use my glue gun to hot glue my wooden “home” and heart decorative wooden accents and the beautiful autumn maple leaves to the pallet! I adore the mix of reds, yellows and greens on the leaves!
The pallet now has a place of honor on my fireplace mantel. I’ll be sad to take down this autumn pallet art when winter comes … I might just have to make a winter pallet, too!
This wraps up my Thanksgiving pallet craft tutorial! Stop by here tomorrow to see what my friend, Carrie of Curly Crafty Mom, has created to celebrate Thanksgiving!
This project was shared at the Moonlight & Mason Jars Link Party