Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Kids corner thanksgiving

View of the kids table
Card game to keep them for getting restless 
Pumpkins are napkin rings sitting on a coil and using battery lights.The little bird perched on the oak leaf and wheat centerpiece.
I used paper plates and napkins for sticky little fingers.Plate for dessert. Little basket of candy.Etched glass for cider.
Cute turkey plate from dollar tree.
Made the place mat from calender and covered with contact paper.
Pilgrims bringing in the food.
I like the smaller kids to have their own table.I give them a quite game while they are waiting.I use kid friendly paper plates and napkins.


~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
The tablescape for the kids corner for Thanksgiving is so beautiful and you are so sweet for doing this for them. The kids are going to love this.. I hope you have a great week.
XXOO Diane

Alycia Nichols said...

How do you come up with all these creative ideas???!?!?! You really put so much thought and time into each and every tablescape. Each time you create something special and fun. I really wish I had the kind of time and patience and sheer talent you have for it! My imagination just doesn't run that deep. You are blessed to be able to come up with so many cool things! I try to do a kids' table every year, and I get voted down by my husband. He thinks the kids should be able to sit at the adult table. I disagree and think kids should be able to look forward to and "graduate" to the adult table. I think he and I will disagree on this point forever! :-) He's weird! :-) Great job!!! Have a great week!!!

Marlis said...

I too put the little ones at their own table. they usually behave much better when the adults aren't there telling them to hush. I love how cute you've set the table for them. xo marlis

A Hint of Home said...

How creative and special for the little ones! They will love a place of their own with things to oocupy them.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Lizykitty23 said...

Hello! What a lovely table! I love it...it's great that you have taken the time to create a nice for them to enjoy a delicious dinner Im sure! very creative!

Sandra said...

This is a very fun table, the kiddies will have a ball!

bj said...

Cute table for the kiddos.
All ours are about grown now except for the great-grandgirl...
xo bj

Elaine said...

I love that you did a children's table. It was a sad day when I graduated to the adult table, especially when I realized it wasn't any fun! Activities, snacks, pilgrims to remind them about the origins of the holiday--I think you thought of everything!

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