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Welcome to the Thanksgiving Holiday Craftacular Blog Hop!
Today we have Becky from The Dempster Logbook sharing her Thankful Pumpkin Project!
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!
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!
Now, for today’s Holiday Craftacular blogger, Becky!
Welcome back to the third day in our week long Holiday Craftacular link up! I’m Becky, and I blog at The Dempster Logbook. My blog is my space to share all of my creativity and encourage you in your daily life pursuits! Today I am so excited to share with you my Thankful Pumpkin project, but first I want to share with you my favorite project linked up from the last round of the Holiday Craftacular.
I’m featuring these great Budget Friendly Fall Decor ideas from the Fashionista Momma. Head over to check out her picks and more about this beautiful table!
Today I am showing you my Thankful Pumpkin project! I have a quick and easy way for you to transfer lettering onto the pumpkin, so let’s get started.
To transfer the lettering onto the pumpkin you will need: (Affiliate link included to make your shopping easier!)
Cut down your computer paper so that it will fit on the pumpkin. Cut a piece of transfer paper to the same size. Tape the papers onto the pumpkin, the transfer paper should be next to the pumpkin, and the computer paper on top.
Trace over the letters with the ball point pen. Remove the papers to reveal the outline of your letters.
Fill in the letters with the Sharpie.
Then it’s time to get the kids involved! Give them little pumpkins and have them write what they are thankful for on the pumpkins! It’s a great way to get a conversation going about all we have to be thankful for. Display them together in your home and continue to add to the thankful pumpkin as you approach Thanksgiving!
Make sure you come back tomorrow and check out the Thanksgiving craft project from Tee at Beauteeful Living! Now it’s time to check out the great Thanksgiving projects from other bloggers.