A Thrifty Thanksgiving: Our Thankful Tree


Rebekah from SimplyRebekah shows you how to make a Thankful Tree. What a great idea to help everyone in your family focus on all the wonderful blessings we’ve been given!

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Other posts in the A Thrifty Thanksgiving series

  1. A Thrifty Thanksgiving: Do-It-Yourself Fall Wreath
  2. A Thrifty Thanksgiving: Our Thankful Tree

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  1. Christine says

    i love gratitude crafts! even if not crafty you can print 8.5×11 tree from the ‘net. Use colorful pens, markers, pencils and preserve in a dollar store frame that you display every yr.

    did something similar for my son’s adoption party. everyone signed a leaf or wrote a message along the many branches and trunk . would be suitable to a christening, wedding, graduation too.

  2. Becki says

    My kids & I did a thankful tree but took a differnt, more frugal approach.
    We went out on a nature walk & picked up all kinds of different fall leaves. We also found a nice big branch to hold 30 leaves. Each day we write what we’re thankful for on a leaf & then I glue the leaf to the branch. The kids LOVE it & it didn’t cost us a dime!

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