Thanksgiving is right around the corner and with the end of the year quickly approaching, this is the ideal time to come together and reflect on everything you, your family and friends have accomplished in 2022. Make this holiday more than just turkey on the table – here are a few new traditions you can start this Thanksgiving with your loved ones!
1. DIY decor
Make your home festive this season without breaking the bank. Create charming buntings with yarn and burlap to hang around in time for Thanksgiving dinner. Bring the outside colors indoors with this easy glitter leaf decor idea. Recruit little turkeys to make paper chains with orange, red, brown and yellow construction paper. Trace their handprints and carefully cut them out to decorate so they can make their own holiday bird, just like this.
2. Make a thankful jar
Take old glass jars and paint the outside in festive colors. Cut strips of paper for members of your household to write what they’re most thankful for this year. Seal the sentiments in the jar and keep for years to come.
3. Design your own place settings
Give your Thanksgiving guests an experience they won’t forget. Use this quick and easy tutorial to make your own 3D place cards. Dress up your silverware with cork napkin holders and tack a name in each set. Elevate the sense of fall even more with each attendants’ name painted on mini pumpkins, waiting for them at their seat.
4. Gobble up time with loved ones
Holiday season means time off from school and work, making for the ideal opportunity to slow down and spend time with friends and family. Spend this break enjoying fall weather, drinking hot chocolate and taking some time to relax.
5. Find your next dream home from Lennar
Take an afternoon this Thanksgiving season to explore a Lennar community near you and discover party-host-ready homes offering open floorplans, upscale kitchens for cooking holiday feasts, our exclusive Everything’s Included® program, and more. Or start your search online today at www.lennar.com.
No matter how you might celebrate, make sure to remember what matters most this Thanksgiving!