These free printable Thanksgiving thankful place cards are such a fun way to write down and remember what you’re truly thankful for this year!
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This Thanksgiving we’re not taking our get-together for granted! Getting together with family is so precious, and I have always loved Thanksgiving for that.
I wanted to make something this year that we could all fill out each year, and then look back on. This is such a simple way to have written memories of friends and family that you can cherish forever.
We paired this with my A-Z Gratitude Lists printable and it was amazing how the mood in the room changed! We gave the kids this Thanksgiving Snack Mix that helped teach the Thanksgiving story and it was so nice!
If you’re just here for the free printables, and don’t want to read the tips on printing and instructions on how to put these together below, then you can get those HERE.
How do you make these Thanksgiving Thankful Place Cards?
Step 1: Gather your supplies.
You will need:
Step 2: Print and cut out the cards.
The cards print two to a page, and there are three different designs. They’re all fun fall designs.
Step 3: Fill out the cards.
These work great as thankful place cards. Put them at each guest’s place setting with a writing utensil.
Make sure when they fill out the date, they put the year. That way you can save the cards and look back on them to see what each person was thankful for in that year.
Encourage people to really think of the one thing they’re really thankful for this year!
You can choose the design you like the best, or that matches your decor or you can use all the cards.
If you don’t use place settings, you can always pass these cards out to guests when they arrive, or once everyone is seated at the table.
Another thing you could do is have those who are comfortable read theirs out loud to the group. The smiles you see on their faces while they read their cards are priceless!
Step 4: Store the cards.
These cards should fit in most recipe boxes, if you want to store them that way.
Save them to read. This is such a great way to let the memory of those no longer with us live on!
Want more DIY fall ideas?
- DIY Thanksgiving Candles – Easily make your own Thanksgiving candles with these free printable labels!
- DIY Thanksgiving Gratitude Game – Play this Thanksgiving gratitude game at your family gathering this year!
- Canning Ring Pumpkins – I’m in love with how adorable these Canning Ring Pumpkins turn out!
- Thanksgiving Mesh Wreath – If you enjoyed making this for fall, make this gorgeous mesh wreath for Thanksgiving!
Use these Thanksgiving Thankful Place Cards this year to put the focus on what you’re thankful for at the dinner table!