Author: Natalie Davis

Natalie Davis is an artist and educator teaching enrichment in the Syracuse City School District. She lives with her family in Jordan.

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to practice gratitude. This collaborative gratitude garland gives every family member a chance to highlight something they are thankful for this year. The garland is assembled ahead of time using either scrap fabric or felt, which is cut into strips and tied to a piece of twine. Decorative tags can be made out of scrapbook paper and placed in a jar near the garland. Friends and family can then create their own personal note to hang on it. Supplies Jute twine Felt or scrap fabric Decorative ribbon Scrapbook paper Scissors Single hole puncher Steps Measure…

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