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Thanksgiving Table Setting || KIN PARENTS

Get more KIN PARENTS tips & advice: http://bit.ly/KinParents This duo of thoughtful Thanksgiving table favors will keep your kids entertained before and after your holiday meal. The Native American headbands are sized to be worn and tie easily around your little guest's heads. Pilgrim hats hold crayons to draw pictures of people, places and things for which they are grateful in their blank journals. This project was compiled by our Kin Parents Producer Robert Mahar. Find more of Robert's work at http://www.maharcraft.tumblr.com. Pilgrim Hat Crayon Container: 1. Disassemble a black paper drinking cup and cut approximately 1" below the cup lip create a template for the hatband. Trace and cut a hatband out of kraft colored paper. 2. Using a 1" square paper punch, punch a square in the corners of a yellow piece of paper. Cut approximately ?" around the punched square to create the hat buckle. 3. Wrap the hatband around the center of a black paper cup and adhere with a glue dot. Adhere the buckle to the center of the hatband also with glue dots. 4. Using a glue stick adhere black paper to the printed side of a piece of recycled cardboard. Trace and cut a small round bowl onto the cardboard. This creates the hat brim. 5. Run a line of glue around the lip of the cup, center and adhere to the hat brim. 6. Using a craft knife cut out the bottom of the cup, creating an opening for the crayons. Fill with crayons. Native American Headband Journal: 1. Fold a piece of colored paper lengthwise and cut freehand a half feather shape. Unfold and fringe the sides with fringing scissors. 2. Cut a length of ribbon, long enough to wrap and tie around a child's head. Using glue dots, adhere the feather to the center of the ribbon. Tie around the journal.
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