20 Thankful Garlands and Gratitude Tree Crafts for November {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

20 Thankful Garlands and Gratitude Tree Crafts for November {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

Hope everyone is having a festive weekend. It’s hard to believe November is just a few days away. With so much to be grateful for this year, I thought I would share a few ideas for Thankful Garlands and Gratitude Trees for this weeks Saturday Inspiration and Ideas.
Hopefully this early inspiration will allow me enough time to get something together before Thanksgiving this year.

Thankful Paper Leaf Garland
{source: Simply Modern Mom}

Thankful Garland
{source: Simple Song}

Paper Chain Thankful Garland {free printable}
{source: Silver Box Creative Studio}

Thankful Garland
{source: Tattertots and Jello}

Leaf Photo Thankful Garland
{source: Artful Thoughts}

Gratitude Garland
{source: Misfits and Remnants}

Boho Gratitude Garland
{source: Gypsy Girls Guide}

Vintage Utensil We Are Thankful Garland
{source: Homespun Sprout}

Grateful Branch
{source: Titanium White}

Grateful garland
{source: Paint Ideas}

Thankful Tree
{source: Simply Vintage Girl}

Paper Leaf Thankful Tree
{source: Delia Creates}

Thankful Tree
{source: Ideas for Scrapbookers}

Mod Podge Leaf Give Thanks Tree
{source: Little Page Turners}

Felt Leaf Thankful Tree
{source: Love Your Room}

Thankful Tree
{source: The Soladay Family}

Gratitude Wire Tree with Lights
{source: She is Dallas}

Grateful Yarn Ball Turkey
{source: Parents}

Count Your Blessing Paper Tree
{source: Blooming Homestead}

Purchased Silver Wish Tree
{source: Red Envelope}

Have you ever made a ‘thankful’ garland or tree – Please share the link in the comments!

Have a safe and fun weekend ~ Enjoy!

p.s. For the next couple of weeks The Sunday Showcase Party will be posted on Sunday Evenings at 9pm Eastern / 8pm Central. Hope you stop by and share what you’ve been working on this week – I’d love to have the chance to feature you!


  1. I love all of these but especially love the paper garland one. I think I’m going to print those out and use them as napkin rings for Thanksgiving. Thanks Stephanie.

  2. I can’t say which one I would choose…
    They are all so cute!
    Thank you for sharing this 🙂

  3. We just showed two types of Thankful Tree’s at Over the Big Moon! You can check them out here: http://overthebigmoon.blogspot.com/2011/10/thankful-trees-lisa-and-pam.html


  4. All of these are wonderful! Thanks for sharing them.

  5. I loved EVERY SINGLE ONE! We did this last year with coffee filters, washable markers, and a tree branch from outside! It was so much fun and I still have it! We glued the leaves to the tree but this year I we need to hang them so I can save them in a box marked with the year and then we can look back on them each year. But seriously…a lovely round up!

  6. I love these! I think I’ll do this with my students this week-wonder what 120, grade eights will come up with? :@)

  7. Love this post! I need to choose one to copy, but not sure which one? Love them all!

  8. I love all of these ideas and can’t wait to make one or two, that’s if I can settle on just one or two! Fantastic post.

  9. Just beautiful — all of them! I think I pinned almost all of them! Thanks for this great post!

  10. Loved the thankful chain, will be doing that with my grandkids.

    Great idea to use them as napkin rings.

    Thank you.

  11. I love all of these ideas! For our family, we have a thank you box. I took a photo box and my daughter decorated it with fun stickers, of pumpkins and leaves. Everyday of the month of November, we write what we are thankful for. We put our thoughts in the box and open it on Thanksgiving morning over breakfast. We started this last year and it was such a great way to reflect on all the things that God has given us, especially each other!

  12. What a fabulous collection! Thanks so much for compiling them! I’ll be linking to your post next month at http://abiblicalmarriage.com/ where I will be contributing. I look forward to spending some of my free time exploring the rest of your blog. Blessings!



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