Somewhat Simple has this free printable Count Your Blessings Tree for creating a visual representation of all we are thankful for. Use it as a family to focus on what matters most, then display it for all to see!
More Thanksgiving printables.
Announce your holiday gathering with style by using the free printable invitation from Caravan Shop. I love that it only requires black ink, so it’ll be affordable to print several of them!
What an easy and affordable idea! Give the gift of homemade muffins, using a paper plate as your box. Go to It’s Always Autumn to get your free printable gift tag.
Give the gift that keeps on giving all year long – a magazine subscription. You can announce your gift with a newsstand copy for under the tree, and this free printable gift tag. To print, simply right-click on the image above and save it to your computer. Then print onto card stock and cut to size. Voila! Instant gift!
Here’s another idea for packaging your Turkey Day leftovers. Visit I Should Be Mopping the Floor for this free printable.
I don’t know about you, but I would love a gift like this around the holidays. Kristen Duke Photography came up with a simple idea, and created a fun gift tag to go along with it. It says:
Sending you our warmest wishes,
and a holiday season with fewer dishes.
Our Christmas wish to you,
fewer dishes to do!
Send your guests home with full bellies, and an armful of pretty boxes filled with treats for the next day. You can get this free printable set from Lia Griffith.
Who wouldn’t love a give of Peppermint Snowflakes? Head over to Positively Splendid to get the free printable label and all the details on this super-easy, affordable idea.
Clean and Scentsible has this free printable menu page available. It opens in Google and gives you the option to edit in PicMonkey, which makes it super-easy to insert your own text! What a great little touch for holiday meals!