When it comes to Thanksgiving, I’m typically a simple but classic kind of girl. I truly enjoy a decorated table. It makes my Thanksgiving meal just taste better.
(Although, I’ve never had a Thanksgiving meal I didn’t like. 😉
I love bringing out the special linens, candles & decor. All the special touches build on what Thanksgiving is & the memories it will always hold.
A couple of weeks ago I had an idea to make simple but classic placecards for our Thanksgiving table.
I just wanted to use simple words that represent everything about Thanksgiving:
So that everyone could use them & perhaps even reflect on what the year has brought to all of us.
So this weekend I played around with my idea & I love how they turned out.
I used a characteristic scrolly font that hopefully represents Thanksgiving’s signature style.
Feel free to print out as many as you would like.
I recommend using heavy card stock – in any shade of color.
As most of my readers know, I don’t have a fancy pdf file…just do the copy/paste/print method.
I used mine through Picasa & they turned out perfect.
Just trim around the dotted lines using a paper cutter or scissors & fold.
It’s that simple.
Goodness, I’m already starting to taste all the good food that will be on those dishes!
I can’t wait. I’m curious to know how your family serves a Thanksgiving meal. I’ve done both & I can’t decide which I enjoy better.
Do you eat Thanksgiving buffet style or family style?
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