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Kiddie Thanksgiving Table Sugar & Charm

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This article originally ran on REstyleSOURCE on November 24, 2014…but we’re bringing it back as a part of our #TBT–ThrowBack Thursday–series! A great way to catch up on some of our most stylish posts that you may have missed the first time around, watch this space every Thursday for a different new-old favorite!


 

 

A Table for Littles

We all remember growing up and being sat at the kids table during holidays, so the adults could mingle, and the children could play with each other and keep from being underfoot. This year, give your kids the best Thanksgiving yet by being intentional about setting up their table in a fun way! Provide them with activities, a special table setting, and their very own personalized place card. Creating a playful Thanksgiving table for your little ones will make them feel special. Think outside the box when creating their eating environment; Thanksgiving themed games and crafts that won’t make too big of a mess are always good to keep them occupied, and fun drinks like sparkling cider are great wine substitutes that will make them feel grown up and included in the festivities. For more tips on creating a unique Thanksgiving table for your kids, check out this post by our friends at Sugar & Charm, and be sure to shop at our local partners to create your own version of this kiddie Thanksgiving table!

Kiddie Thanksgiving Products


1. Chalkboard Table Runner     2. Red Chevron Floor Pillow     3.  Swiss Dot Paper Ribbon     4. Heirloom Stripe Paper Ribbon     5. Orange Alameda Rug      6. Box of Chalk     7. Paper Disguises Placemat     8. Spice Linen Pillow     9. Colored Pencils


Kiddie Thanksgiving Table | REstyleSOURCE

PHOTO: c/o Sugar & Charm

Mesa, US

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