Monday Funday 11/01 + 12 Simple Fall/Thanksgiving Ideas

Hey everyone!
Welcome back!  I hope you all had an awesome Halloween with your little ones – or with your fellow big people, whichever applies!  We had a great time out trick or treating around our neighbourhood, but I am glad it’s over and we can focus on Christmas.  Up here in Canada, Thanksgiving has already passed, so we are really in the Christmas stretch!

Today’s features are thanksgiving themed, but don’t worry – if you live outside the US, most of them are still really great ideas for the fall.  And if you are like me, and want to get a head start on Christmas, here’s a link to the first ornament I’ve created this year – the Nativity Scene Snow Globe Ornament.  It’s my favorite ornament that I’ve DIY’ed to date!

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Also, check back on Tuesday, because we have a huge Wreath blog hop coming your way.  What does that mean?  It means a bunch of your favorite bloggers have teamed up, each of us creating a new wreath to share with you!  Wreaths are one of the most popular DIY projects on our blogs (usually because ANYONE can create a beautiful wreath), so you won’t want to miss it!

Now, on to the party!


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That’s What{Che} Said | Creatively Living | Club Chica Circle |Becoming Martha |
Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home | A Cup Full of Sass |  The BensonStreet | All Things Heart & Home | 100Directions

This week’s simple Thanksgiving decor features were chosen by Meredith of Wait Til Your Father Gets Home.

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I hope you all had a BLAST dressing up and trick or treating with your kiddos this past weekend or maybe just passing out candy and enjoying all the cute and spooky costumes that came your way.  We had a ton of fun this year with another family themed costume revolving around my oldest son’s most favorite superhero, Batman.

To get into the spirit of the time change, the even cooler fall temperatures, and the approaching holiday season, I’ve put together a group of twelve gorgeous Thanksgiving decor ideas, perfect for your holiday get-togethers.


Thanksgiving Menu Iron on Tote Bag | Farmhouse Dough Bowl | Gold Leaf Stenciled Pumpkins
Fresh Fall Wreath Shabby Chic Fall Table | Free Watercolor Thanksgiving Printable
 DIY Wood Plank Sign | Easy Pumpkin Decor | DIY Succulent Napkin Rings |
Chalkboard Thankful Table Runner | Thanksgiving Napkin Rings | Fall Decorating

About Sarah

Sarah Desjardins is a mother of two girls, a wife, an elementary school teacher, and a self proclaimed glitter addict. Becoming Martha is a place for anyone who wants to make their domestic life more beautiful and creative. Sarah started Becoming Martha as a place to find bliss between the diapers and the dishes, and invites you to do the same.


  1. Thanks for another awesome party! So many things that I’m adding to my pinterest board :)

  2. Hello beautiful! I love your amazing party! Please take a moment to visit our party that starts tonight at 7 pm and goes until Friday at 7 pm. We pin and tweet everything! Lou Lou Girls

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