Make this awesome 30 Days of Being Thankful Gratitude Project in a Jar. It’s a quick & easy DIY for all the creative mamas and definitely a keepsake that you’re going to want to hold onto for years to come!
This time we are focusing on all things Thanksgiving! Get ready for some great ideas, inspiration, tips, resources and how-to as you move along through the blog hop.
You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Nicole at Pixel Maven’s Retreat on our Living with Style Blog Hop. If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you make sure to see and learn from all of the articles featured here today.
The year that I was pregnant with the little guy, I did a 30 Days of being thankful project on my blog. I love to look back and see the different things I wrote each day. It’s crazy to think about how quickly life changes. Check out our 30 Days of Being Thankful project! This year, I thought it’d be fun to do something similar, but that we could have as a keepsake going forward.
I grabbed a glass jar, some letter stickers, a few beads, and a tag and put together a jar that will be full of things I’m thankful for by the end of month. I love the pinks and browns together and they’re definitely not typical fall colors.
This was such a simple gratitude project and one that we could adapt for other holidays too – things we love in February, etc. When I’m finished with this project, I’ll gather all of the things I’m thankful for and put them in a mesh bag or something similar to store away with our other keepsakes.
The next stop is Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom on our Living with Style Blog Hop! Thanks so much for visiting and I hope to see you again next time around! Don’t forget everything you have to be thankful for, y’all! Have an awesome week!
Blog Hop Lineup:
- Natalie Bradley at NatalieBradley.com
- Pam Bennett at The Birch Cottage
- Nicole Watt at Pixel Maven’s Retreat
- Cristi Wuenschel at The Keeper of the Memories << you are here
- Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
- Lory Robinson at The Robin’s Nest Designs
- Robin L at A Home to Grow Old In
- Brandy VanDeKop at The Dutchman’s Wife