{free printable} I Spy Game for Thanksgiving


One of our kid’s favorite games to play at the dinner table is I Spy. So this year, we’re happy to bring the tradition of I spy with my little eye to the Thanksgiving table. And, we’re also going retro with the use of a disposable camera. We can’t believe how ‘old school’ that seems with all the high-tech electronics nowadays. But for the kiddos, they can use and abuse the camera, and feel like a professional photographer for the evening, and you don’t have to worry about the state of your expensive phone. And, the best part of all – you can really see Thanksgiving through your children’s eyes. Don’t we all wish we could see the world through the eyes of our children on a daily basis – what a beautiful gift that would be?!

thanksgiving i spy with my little eye

Fleur de Lis created a cute and FREE printable for you that you can download here.

If you’re up for a DIY, we made the little DIY pumpkin napkin ring from a shower curtain ring. We wrapped the shower curtain ring in yarn, used a hot glue gun to keep the ends of the yarn in place, and topped it with a small branch and raffia bow. It took about 5 minutes!

thanksgiving i spy

thanksgiving i spy and diy pumpkin napkin ring

{images via j. sorelle}

DIY Jenga Game on Thanksgiving

Get your game face ready {with a grateful heart, of course} for a fun game we call DIY Jenga Game of Gratitude. It’s a game the whole family can play together on Thanksgiving. Visit Momtastic to see how we added our own special, Thanksgiving-twist to the classic game.

The memories you will create with your family while ‘prepping’ the game, and listening to what your kids have to say, is reason enough to do it.

jenga game of gratitude

{images via j. sorelle}