Happy Friday from Uncommon Designs! We have a little cold chill in the air here in the South and we could not be happier! The smell of crackling fires in the evening is a sure sign that fall is here! We are thrilled to have our Printable Contributor back again this month with an adorable Thanksgiving Printable, to get you ready for the upcoming Thanksgiving season!
Take it away Jennifer!
Greetings once again! It’s Jennifer from Delightfully Noted and can you believe the holidays are just around the corner? Crazy, I know. I thought it would be fun to get into the spirit of Thanksgiving by sharing some “I am thankful for” printable cards.
This Thanksgiving activity is a wonderful way for your loved ones and you, to reflect back on the year and to appreciate all of the things in life we have to be grateful for. It’s also a turkey-rific way (sorry, I had to go there) to have fun with the kiddos and to teach them about gratitude.
Cut along the black line, distribute, reflect, and share! You may also notice that adorable turkey towel… be sure to check out our Coton Colors giveaway and you could win a gift card to purchase on of those cuties!
I know this year I am thankful for our happy and healthy baby boy and for Starbucks for helping me get through those days after some long nights with that said happy and healthy baby boy!
What are you thankful for this year?
Are you a big fan of Fall and Thanksgiving? You will love these other great projects…
Our thankful bucket garland is not only beautiful, but it is a great way to get your family involved during the holiday season. Get a jump start on this one to begin a sweet family tradition this year.
This other great Thanksgiving printable is a great little something to show your friends, neighbors, and family how much they mean to you. Just print and attach it to a card, bread, or anything else your heart desires. It is sure to let those special people in your life know how much you care!
Finally, this felt Thanksgiving Placemat is such a pretty and easy addition to your Thanksgiving table. You can even do this one with your kids!
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