Thanksgiving is on its way. It is one of my favourite holidays, because it is a time when family gathers together, and it's an opportunity to reflect on what makes us grateful. To help you celebrate with your family and friends, use these stylish Thanksgiving printables:
The Tomkat Studio has created this beautiful collection of free Thanksgiving printables. They will make your guests thankful that you invited them.
The great thing about these downloads is that you can often have them printed in other sizes. Either order them that way online and crop them, or message the Etsy shop and request another size.
I just love these adorable free printables for children from Handmade Charlotte! Click to download and for directions. We always had a kids' table at family gatherings and I like to do that for my boys and their cousins. If we host this year, I am totally making them wear these.
Make this the year the only thing that gets stuffed is your turkey with these nine ways to savour your Thanksgiving meal.
The trick to your best stuffing ever is by doing this to your bread.
Art is one of my favourite things to source when I am designing a child's room. I love finding pieces that represent a mini client's personality. It can be tricky to find beautiful, affordable prints in Canada. Luckily, though, Chapters Indigo collaborates with amazing artists to offer prints for every member of your family. I love the fact that two of the artists, Penny Paper Co. and SS Print Shop are Canadian.
Here are a few of my favourites:
Which one would your little one love? I personally want the Donut Worry and Don't Grow Up ones for myself. I guess I am a child at heart.
Children's rooms don't have to be all cartoons and primary colours. Check out these inspired spaces for the little people in your life.
Five tips for hanging art: Follow these basic and easy rules that will make your art stand out in any room.