Now that Halloween is over and Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away. Here's a fun way to turn your Halloween decor into something more inspirational for Thanksgiving.

Have you ever wondered what to do with the leftover pumpkins sitting in your yard or around the house?

Well, Amy, of Amy Latta Creations, started this fun DIY tradition with her family back in 2012, as a way to encourage her family to intentionally count their blessings for Thanksgiving.

"I love that we have one holiday a year devoted just to being grateful for the abundance of blessings we have. It’s not about presents…it’s all about family, good food, and celebrating together all that we have," Amy shares on her blog.

photo credit: amylattacreations.comMaking a #ThankfulPumpkin is quite simple.

All you need is a pumpkin, a permanent marker, and a heart full of gratitude.

Check out how this #ThankfulPumpkin idea is making an impact in many homes.

Is this a tradition you could start with your family?

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