Tuesday Turn About #226 A Welcoming Home

Tuesday Turn About link party is your one stop location for home decor, recipes, diy, and crafts. This week you will find inspiration for creating a welcoming home for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Happy Halloween and welcome to the Tuesday Turn About Link Party!

I hope you enjoy a fun and festive Halloween!

I am spending Halloween with my sweet little Kindergarten students, so I know it will be a fun-filled day. They are SO excited! They’ll be all dressed up in their costumes for our school parade and class party. Does it any better than that?!

Of course, I will be dressing up too. As a team, we are dressing as superheroes. My TA and I are planning to be the Incredibles. I hope the kids will enjoy it!

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It’s is hard to believe that November begins tomorrow. In just a few short weeks we will be gathering with friends and family to celebrate Thanksgiving. If you’re a planner like me, you might start to think about getting your home ready for the upcoming holiday. So this week at TTA, I am sharing ideas for creating a welcoming home for Thanksgiving.

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But, before I share this week’s features, I have a couple of tips for you!

Lynne’s Household Tip

With holiday baking time just around the corner, I have a simple tip to help you to keep your brown sugar soft. Just put a slice of bread into the container with the brown sugar. The sugar will absorb the moisture from the bread and stay soft.

Julie’s Blogging Tip

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Cranberry Orange Muffins | Make a Simple Fall Wreath

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Tiny House Inspo Ideas for Christmas | How to Make a Frosty Christmas Velvet

Be sure to hop over to My Wee Abode to check out FIVE additional features from Tuesday Turn About! If you haven’t been featured at My Family Thyme this week, you may have been featured there!

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Creating a Welcoming Home for Thanksgiving

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A big thank you for stopping by today! Wishing you a beautiful, peaceful week ahead.

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  1. Halloween with kindergarteners or preschoolers is the best!! Have fun – you sound like a wonderful teacher! Thanks for hosting!

  2. I bet your Halloween at school will be so fun Lynne! I’d love to see a picture of you and your TA, and your costume idea is brilliant! Teachers ARE incredible!! Thanks so much for hosting, and Happy Halloween!

  3. Thank you so much for featuring my Thanksgiving dough bowl! I do love decorating dough bowls for the various occasions. Thank you for hosting the hop!

  4. Awe…I remember the days of Halloween parties when I was in elementary school. How fun! In our large district, they don’t allow students to dress up for Halloween, but they do other fun dress-up days throughout the school year.

    Thank you so much for featuring my Thanksgiving pumpkin centerpieces. It’s always an honor to be shared here at TTA. I appreciate it!

  5. Thanks so much for featuring my salad, Lynn! So fun that you and your students can still celebrate Halloween; so many schools here have squashed any celebrating:( Hope you had fun! Thanks for hosting:)

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