Decorate your table with these Thanksgiving Place Card Printables. An easy way to add a personalized touch to your thanksgiving table decor.
Free Thanksgiving Place Card Printables
2020 has been filled with so many changes and challenges. But, if it has taught us anything, it is to be extra thankful for those in our life.
With social distancing and staying safe, we have all had to choose our tribe – or our social bubble. And I thought these Thankful For Our Tribe printables were so appropriate to help decorate my Thanksgiving table this year.
Whether your tribe is your immediate family, extended family or your group of close friends, Thanksgiving is a great time to pay thanks for those in our life. And it seems, we have had to lean on our tribe this year more than ever before.
So, download these Thanksgiving place card printables below and use them to add a little personal touch to your Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving celebration!
11 Beautiful Place Cards For Thanksgiving
Before we get to the download and different ways you can use my printable for your Thanksgiving table, check out these other beautiful ideas. My friends are also sharing their place card ideas today.
Click the link below the images to visit their posts and gather inspiration for Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Place Card Printables // Modern Glam
Dried Orange Thanksgiving Place Cards // Paint Me Pink
Dinner Place Cards Tutorial – Mini Wreaths // Happy Happy Nester
Printable Thanksgiving Place Cards & Gift Tags // The Ginger Home
How to Use Place Cards to Set a Thanksgiving Table // My 100 Year Old Home
DIY Painted Leaf Place Cards // Lolly Jane
Easy Thanksgiving Place Cards // Rooms For Rent
Gold Leaf Thanksgiving Place Cards // Jennifer Maune
Cookie Thanksgiving Place Cards // Twelve On Main
Thanksgiving Treat Bag Place Cards // Tatertots & Jello
DIY Stay Warm & Cozy Pinecone Fire Starters // My Sweet Savannah
Friendsgiving Place Card
I love these Thanksgiving place card printables for a Friendgiving celebration. If you are like me, your tribe of friends has become smaller and also more intimate and closely knit.
You can use these place card printables placed on top of each place setting or even wrapped around the top of paper straws and placed in a festive cocktail.
There are so many fun and easy ways to use these banners to add a little personalized touch to your friendsgiving dinner.
And to see more of this seasonal tablescape, check out my Simple Ideas For Your Thanksgiving Table.
Thankful For Our Tribe Printable Download
Downloading these Thanksgiving place card printables is super easy.
Click the link below and save to your computer. Open the file and print out the file on your home printer. I used card stock to add a little weight to the place cards.
I included two files. One that has a black font and another with a beautiful rust brown font. I originally wanted to use the rust color because it is so perfect for Thanksgiving, but I was out of colored ink in my printer. Ugh! It has been one of those weeks.
Anyway, pick which color works best with your Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving table and print out as many copies as you need. There are 6 banners on each page. Enjoy!
How To Use These Place Card Printables
Once I printed and cut out these Thanksgiving place cards, I added a few flowers to the side. A garden rose, some wheat and a dried yellow bud.
Tied with some seam binding ribbon, it is simple, yet beautiful. My favorite combination!
Here are some other ideas for how to use these place card printables to create a beautiful Thanksgiving table:
- Use a spring of rosemary and place it onto of the banner.
- Add a stem or two of dried wheat.
- Find a fall leaf and wrap the edge of the banner around the stem.
- Create banners by gluing the edge of the printable to a wood skewer. Add the banners to a flower arrangement or use them to decorate your Thanksgiving desserts.
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