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DIY THANKSGIVING NAPKIN RINGS!

This diy comes from www.silverboxcreative.com.  A simple and special diy for everyone at your next Thanksgiving dinner to talk about.  What better way to start off your meal, than to go around the table and have people talk about what they are thankful for this year.



am thankful for…printables







Oh, we have so much to be thankful for this year. We hope you enjoy these Thanksgiving printables. Each strip has an empty space to write what you’re feeling grateful for. They can be used as napkins rings, tags for branches of trees, which would make a terrific conversation piece, or be as creative as you’d like. You’ll see we printed them on kraft paper to make a very thankful paper chain. (A fun project for the kids while dinner is preparing.)

NOVEMBER FOOD HOLIDAYS TO SINK YOUR TEETH IN!!

Wouldn't it be nice to celebrate a different holiday everyday? Well, you can celebrate a national holiday everyday. There is a national food holiday for everyday of the year. That means that you can do something unique and serve a fun food that goes along with that day's holiday. November is one of the best times to celebrate national food holidays. Not only do we get to celebrate Thanksgiving, but there are 29 more days of great food holidays.





NOVEMBER HOLIDAYS TO BOGGLE THE MIND!

This is a listing of actual holidays, believe it or not. Several web sites even offer electronic cards for you to send to friends and relatives to help celebrate !











November 1 - Bra Day
Whatever you do, don't burn your bra today! This holiday commemorates the date that Mary Jacob invented the first modern brassiere circa 1913 in New York.

November 2 - Practice Being Psychic Day
Today is "Practice Being Psychic" Day, and I am reading your mind right now. You are thinking "Why would anyone think up such a silly celebration?" I'm pretty good, don't you think?

November 3 - Sandwich Day
Happy Sandwich Day! This holiday celebrates the emergence of the sandwich, popularized in 1762 by the 4th Earl of Sandwich, John Montague, an 18th century English aristocrat.

November 4 - Bad Mood Day
On this day, I suppose it is permissible to be in a bad mood for a 24 hour period. Celebrate this holiday at your own risk!





November 5 - National Doughnut Day
Today's celebrat…