With less than two weeks away from Thanksgiving Day, I have been back planning to make this year’s holiday dinner stress-free. I typically make our own turkey or roast a whole chicken for Thanksgiving, but this year, my folks sent us a pre-cooked turkey and honey baked ham in the mail. Since the main entrée is taken care of and only needs warming, I plan on focusing on the side dishes and dessert and sharing those recipes here with you all.
I love the way these simple placecards turned out!
I love experimenting in the kitchen and dressing up the dining room for holiday gatherings and celebrations. Because we live out in the country and are far away from extended family, it is normally just us, but that doesn’t stop me from trying to make it a big deal. This year, I wanted to make handmade place cards, but didn’t want to just put each family members name on it, like I have done in the past. I decided to make these simple printable cards and thought you might enjoy making these for your table.
All printables shared at GracefullyHome.com are for personal use only.
SUPPLIES YOU’LL NEED TO MAKE THESE THANKSGIVING PLACE CARDS
- Printer paper
- Hole puncher
- Rosemary or other greenery
- Glue stick
- Scissors or paper cutter
- Brown paper cardstock
- Printable download
This is the most simplest of options. Simply put together and lay on top of your plate or napkin.
HOW TO MAKE THIS SIMPLE PLACE CARD PRINTABLE
- Print download here.
- Carefully cut around the design in a square shape.
- Glue cut design onto the brown paper cardstock.
- Cut around the cardstock leaving a small border to accentuate the printed design.
- Cut ribbon to length you need to tie at least once.
- Make a hole with hole puncher on the center of the top of the paper.
- Thread ribbon through hole and tie a knot.
- Cut ribbon ends at an angle for a finished look.
- Place on your plate, napkin, or display upright against a pumpkin.
A pop of green from fresh rosemary makes this simple version stand out!
This last version comes with its very own miniature pumpkin. Who doesn’t love baby pumpkins?!
There are so many simple and beautiful options that you can easily make at home. I basically used everything that we already had from years of scrapbooking and making little girl ribbons. That’s all! Super simple and super fresh.
for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
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