Tablescapes are one of my favorite things to do for the holidays, and the kids’ table at Thanksgiving is definitely one of the most fun! Kids of all ages can appreciate fun colors and creative settings!  I’ve put together some inspiration from past kids’ tables I’ve done, as well as some other creative ideas, so if you’re hosting some little pilgrims and Indians, you might like to check these out!

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Almost all of these ideas involve paper products that are easy to come by and easy to clean up!  All the better for the dishwasher after the meal!  Remember this chalkboard table top I made from black poster board? I recently found this re-usable vinyl chalkboard tablecloth that works the same way!  Add some colorful Thanksgiving plates and some chalk and you’re done!

 

 

If you’re feeling even more crafty, you can add these little candy-filled turkey place card holders.  Find the how-to for these here!

 

And you don’t always have to stick with traditional Thanksgiving colors!  A couple years ago, I did this colorful table, which was perfect for our table full of girls! Click here to see more of this one!

 

 

 

 


 

 

And last year, I used a black and white theme with pops of color and a kraft paper runner the kids could chalk on as well!  Click here for more details on this one!

 

 

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I also love this cute table by Lia Griffith, which also features kraft paper!  And this little leaf garland can be made in the same method I recently did this one!  (This little leaf punch would make it so easy!)

 

And I love the colors used in this table by ForRent.  The individual pie idea is adorable as well!

 

 

And you can always go the traditional classy style of Martha Stewart if you’re having kids at the adult table!  These little turkey trivia place cards are cute and fun.  Find the how-to here.

 

 

And don’t forget the Pumpkin Pie Garland, which goes great with almost any Thanksgiving table!  Find the how-to for this here.

 

 

But, most importantly to me is to focus on the true Thanksgiving spirit and include ways for the kids to express their gratitude.  I love these beautiful free printables from Thirty Handmade Days.  They will become keepsakes for years to come!  Find the free download here.

 

 

I hope these have given you some fun ideas for the kids at your house!  If you’d like more Thanksgiving inspiration, click here.

 


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