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Thanksgiving Place Cards
Print these cards, cut out, then write the names of each guest for a personalized touch to each table setting! I recommend printing on 65 lb. or heavier cardstock.
Mini "Truly Grateful For You" Banners
The mini banners are another place card option--I tied them with twine to sprigs of rosemary but there are many ways to display and utilize them (they can also be gift tags)!
Weekly Gratitude Practice Page
This time of year always reminds me to revisit and renew my gratitude practice. I love “Things I Love Thursdays” and it inspired me to create this Weekly Gratitude Practice page. It's an easy way for us to capture what we're grateful for. The page has 4 sections, 1 for each week of the month and you can continue this practice throughout the year!
Gratitude List Template
Here's another way to practice gratitude: fill in this template throughout the month! If you'd like, you can use different types of fonts/writing in each section and use this to practice lettering. I like putting this on a bulletin board or fridge so I see it and remember to add to it. The PDF includes 2 pages: one with 2 templates on the page and another with just 1. Print out the page that works best for you!
I really liked putting together these activity cards--it's a little something to have on the table as guests arrive, can provide topics of conversation, and gives you something to share during/after your meal. The card includes a section to learn more about another guest, Fall This or That, draw what you're grateful for, and some Autumn Trivia (thanks Ben for your help with this one!)
There's also an A-Z game where everyone tries to fill in something they are grateful for starting with each letter of the alphabet. It can be a race (whoever finishes first wins a prize!) or something to be done throughout the gathering and shared at the end of the night