There are a multitude of websites to choose from if you’re looking to change your Myspace layout, especially for a holiday such as Thanksgiving. Who wouldn’t want to add a little festive flair to their page? After all, holidays are a time for celebration. And now, it’s time to celebrate the best of the best when it comes to adding that little touch to your personal page.
Layouts for Thanksgiving is exactly what you would think; a simple website dedicated to Thanksgiving layouts and graphics. Each section is divided into smaller, simple categories such as “Simple,” “Cute,” and “Traditional”. My personal favorite was a graphic of Winnie the Pooh sharing delectable slices of pumpkin pie with Tigger and Piglet.
For years, Whatever Life has been my own personal go-to site for Myspace layouts, graphics and so much more. The site’s content is always fun and original, though the site itself looks more like a social networking website than a place to find layouts. Just a quick search in the easy to find search bar will guide you directly where you need to be to get the cutest layouts. I’m a big fan of the dancing pumpkin pie layout.
If you are looking for something more simple, Wish A Friend may be more your style. The site offers a minimalist approach to the layout scene and very cartoonish, plain graphics, however Wish A Friend is also one of the easiest to use, especially if you’re new at changing your layout. Step-by-step instructions using simple language make this website by far the best for someone who prefers the unadorned approach.
If you’re not looking to fully change your layout, but you want to add a little holiday flair, 123 codes is the place to look. They have a large selection of cursors, online now icons and graphics you can use to wish your cyber-friends and family a happy Thanksgiving. Another option for you to try is Cool Holiday Graphics, with an even broader selection of cute and funny images, photos and comments.
A newfound favorite website is Mahalo. Maholo offers simple navigation and easy to use links, and offers adorable graphics and layouts. My favorite graphic was an image of a distraught looking turkey holding a seemingly homemade sign that says “Eat beef!”
It’s quite easy to add these graphics and layouts to your page. Who says decoration has to cost anything?