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Thanksgiving – it’s all about cherishing friends and family, eating good food, and giving thanks. If you’re hosting the holiday this Thanksgiving, don’t forget about your smallest participants! Here are 10 ways to keep the little ones thankful and occupied on Thanksgiving. On November 24, keep the kiddos happy and entertained while teaching them what this special fall season is all about. The Kids Table 1. Craft paper table runner  Create an inexpensive but rustically effective table runner with a long piece of craft paper. There are so many reasons why this paper …

As the holidays quickly approach and dreams of turkey, stuffing, and parades fill our heads, it can be all too easy to forget the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Instead of stressing over dinner, decor, and guest lists, take some time to reflect on what makes you #thankful. Here are 20 things we are especially thankful for this year. 1. Kids Thank you for the creative crafts, hugs, and endless love. 2. Great home decor Ah yes, there truly is nothing …

Whether you’re hosting your first Thanksgiving or your fifth, advance planning is the secret to your success.  Here are some tips to pace yourself through the dinner and decor planning so the big Turkey Day turns out as perfect – and enjoyable – as you’ve imagined. Four to Five Weeks Before: Finalize the Guest List Before the end of October, it’s time to finalize your Turkey Day guest list. Jot down the names of all potential guests, then write up …

We hope you’re enjoying our curation of our 5 favorite things related to art and photography! If you have any suggestions, let us know on Twitter! 1. We were thankful and inspired this Memorial Day. 2. We fell in love with this squirrel. 3. We cherished our moms this month. 4. We crushed pretty hard on night sky photography. Can you blame us? 5. For real though, these images! Here’s to an awesome JUNE! Pick your Fracture Fave and tell us on Twitter!


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Holiday shopping has started and people all over the country are drooling over all the Black Friday Doorbuster Sales. At the same time families are checking their flight itineraries (or filling up the gas tanks) to travel home to be with family for Thanksgiving in a couple of days. And others are deep-cleaning the house and buying trunkloads of food to cook as they host visiting family for Thanksgiving dinner. The Christmas Holiday shopping frenzy has in many ways overtaken …