Thanksgiving is meant to bring out the best in us. For some that means our most grateful side; for others, our most domestic. In the latter camp, Martha Stewart disciples and deep-fried-turkey devotees abound, as well as those who get so wrapped up in the holiday that their enthusiasm borders on uncomfortable.

Sign number one you've gone into the deep end? Wearing one of these over-the-top Thanksgiving aprons.

  • We've Lost Our Appetite
    Baster and chef's hat not included -- thanks goodness. $11.99, spicylegs.com
  • The "Funny" Guy
    Your eyes roll so hard that you bruise your sockets. $23 on Zazzle.
  • Um, what?
    etsy/alwayssometimes
    The spacing on these letters is...unfortunate. $35, from etsy.
  • Pom Pom Parade
    Warning: One of these pom poms is bound to end up atop someone's sweet potato pie. $30, Etsy
  • Pilgrim Chic
    Full-length for a little extra spill protection and a lot of unfortunate references to the past. $34.99, Etsy
  • The Bottle Apron
    A cross-stitched cozy for your wine, because... why not? $20, Etsy
  • "Why yes, he's still single"
    No. Just no. $23, from Zazzle.

Also on HuffPost:

Loading Slideshow...
  • DIY Vintage Silverware With Pops Of Neon

    As fans of all things vintage, it's no surprise that our first craft involves old silverware. Give your utensils a new lease on life and <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/11/vintage-silverware-neon-paint_n_2663527.html" target="_blank">spray-paint them with bright neons</a>. The vintage look set against bright pops of color are personality statements on their own.

  • Baking Trays Repurposed Into Personalized Serving Servers

    Have an old baking tray? Before you throw it out, you should consider <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/25/serving-tray-cookie-sheets_n_2544704.html" target="_blank">repurposing it into a personalized serving tray</a>. They're customizable, practical and very easy to make.

  • DIY Storage Tin Magnet Units

    For a handy place to stores a pen or other odds and ends on your fridge, making a <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/17/-refrigerator-storage-tin-magnets_n_2695726.html" target="_blank">magnetized DIY storage unit out of tins</a> is definitely worth looking into.

  • Neon Color-Blocked Coasters

    To add a little splash of color to otherwise simple wood furniture, try your hand at these <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/31/craft-of-the-day-color-blocked-coasters_n_2049875.html" target="_blank">these cute blocked coasters</a>.

  • Colorful Embroidered Linen Napkins

    If you haven't already noticed, adding "personality" is often directly related to vibrant colors. These <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/07/linen-napkins-craft_n_2411487.html" target="_blank">red, yellow and green embroidered linen napkins</a>, for example, are the perfect home project to give your kitchen a boost of energy.

  • Artistic Hand-Painted Platters

    Painting your own designs is one way to leave your creative imprint in a space. So if you want to showcase your artistic side, these <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/15/painted-platter-craft_n_2476038.html" target="_blank">chic decorative platters</a> are definitely worth looking into.

  • Aromatic Indoor Mason Jar Herb Garden

    Bringing an <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/31/craft-of-the-day-indoor-mason-jar-herb-garden_n_2051655.html" target="_blank">herb garden indoors</a> is one of our favorite ways of introducing a natural feel into our homes. And storing them in mason jars certainly adds to the earthy vibe.

  • Neon-Colored Wooden Magnets

    If your refrigerator is lacking some pep, consider slapping some of these <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/06/craft-of-the-day-neon-wood-magnets_n_2088075.html" target="_blank">neon-colored wooden magnets</a> against it. They'll break up the space and can even act as memo placeholders.

  • DIY Refusable Fruit And Veggies Bag

    As we attempt a greener and cleaner lifestyle, it's probably a good idea to have <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/24/reusable-vegetable-fruit-bags_n_2536944.html" target="_blank">a reusable fruit and veggie bag</a> handy.

  • Retro-Inspired Clock

    What's not to love about '60s retro design? Our final craft for this roundup is <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/20/retro-inspired-clock-diy_n_2515834.html" target="_blank">a wooden starburst clock garnished with baby blue rings</a> -- an homage to the decade that was all about courageous bursts of colors.