12 Thanksgiving and Christmas Crafts for Kids
Simple DIY holiday projects that will keep kids entertained. By Krissy Tiglias
A broken-down bird roasts much faster than a whole one. And while a butcher can sell you ready-to-roast pieces, it’s not hard to tackle a full turkey at home (no need to be, er, chicken).
You know how we love our New Uses for Old Things, right? Well this season it’s time to recycle those broken crayons into some autumnal flair. Pop and bake broken pieces into a fun-shaped silicone tray. Cover the kids' table in kraft paper and let them put those festive-shaped coloring tools to work.
Silicone mini leaf and pumpkin tray, wilton.com.