Amy Clark

Amy’s Notebook 11.10.10

This chalkboard sign for your front door would be a fun way to express your thankfulness (@ infarrantly creative)

This round-up of crocheted and embroidered gifts to give for the holidays is wonderful! (@ the purl bee)

I love this free printable Thanksgiving subway art (@ Craftily Ever After)

I would never think to use a rice cooker to make our chili (@ Cooking With My Kid)

I am loving this Thanksgiving party inspiration (@ kara’s party ideas)

This slow cooked pumpkin chili is on my must-be-tried list (@ Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures)

This pumpkin soup would be a great way to kick off your Thanksgiving feast (@ goodLife{eats})

These Sloppy Joes look like a great meal for a busy weeknight (@ Dinner: A Love Story)

This cinnamon cheesecake spread would be perfect for my pumpkin bread (@ food for my family)

I want to try this 5 minute sun-dried tomato soup (@ Cheeky Kitchen)

These crocheted Christmas ornaments are so cute and retro (@ Meet Me At Mike’s)

I like this idea for creating a thankful bucket (@ The Idea Room)

I want to try this garlic lime tilapia for a fun weeknight meal (@ Eat at Home)

I love this fall flower embellishment to dress up a cardigan (@ V and Co)

These chocolate chip cookies look so yummy (@ My First Kitchen)

I like this thankful wall as another alternative to express thankfulness (@ This & That)

This paper bag turkey is an adorable centerpiece for the kid’s table (@ One Charming Party)

These apple nachos look like a fun fall treat (@ gimmie some oven)

This bread cornucopia would make a beautiful Thanksgiving centerpiece (@ Chica & Jo)

Published November 10, 2010 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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