Thanksgiving will be here in less than 3 weeks! We'd better get cracking on preparations, people! To help you get started, I've gathered some free Thanksgiving printables to help with the event.
I also have an entire Pinterest board dedicated to FREE ThanksgivingPrintables, which I will be loading up with these finds today and with others in the coming weeks. So make sure to follow it for all the latest finds. Also check out and follow my Thanksgiving Pinterest board for awesome decorating ideas and inspiration.
First off, you can dress up any pies or cakes with this adorable Happy Thanksgiving mini bunting by Kara's Party Ideas. That's one schmancy pie:
And I love this fantastic idea of pie tags at Skip to My Lou to identify each type of pie because I don't know about you, but we eat A LOT of pie at Thanksgiving. It's an easy way for people to identify their own pies because at some point, the pies all start looking alike! ;-) Don't forget to check out these tried and true Harris Sisters pie recipes if you're looking for a few new ones this year.
Here's an entire printable party kit from TomKat Studio. It includes (among other things) a Give Thanks banner, food labels, leftover labels, menu, invitation, and many other goodies.
Here's another set of leftover labels for the big day from I Heart Naptime. Send these cuties home with your guests (if for no other reason than to label their goodies), and they'll surely remember this year's Thanksgiving!
And here's one more set of leftover labels from Oh Happy Day:
This set of labels is beautifully designed and although it also includes a leftovers label, this set by WorldLabel might be more appropriate for delivering plates of food to those who might not have family visiting them on Thanksgiving day - a special way to share the day with maybe an elderly couple or brand new parents! We Harrises have been known to walk a plate of food over to neighbors on Thanksgiving day before - we hope you'll share in this tradition.
If you plan to decorate for Thanksgiving, then you can't go wrong with these free 8 x 10 chalkboard printables by Nest of Posies:
Thankful and Blessed:
Count Your Blessings:
Give Thanks Unto the Lord:
And here's another beautiful free decor printable from The Pleated Poppy.
Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart:
And two more free chalkboard printables available in both 8 x 10 and 11 x 14 by Happy Go Lucky.
In All Things Give Thanks:
These "I am Thankful for" printables by Silverbox Creative are shown here linked together as a chain for a Thanksgiving decoration (great craft project to do with the kids). But they can also be used separately as napkin rings for your Thanksgiving table. Each one has a blank space to write in what you and your guests are thankful for!
Here's another "I am thankful" free printable in the form of a game from Sissy Print. Instructions for the game are included with the link:
If you're visiting others for Thanksgiving, consider bringing a gift to the host. This free printable mason jar label from The 36th Avenue is perfect for homemade goodies, such as Harris Sisters Crockpot Apple Butter:
As is this simple free printable Thank You tag from Five and One:
Or what about this free printable Thanksgiving bread wrap from Whipperberry, which would be perfect for Harris Sisters Super Moist Pumpkin Bread or Sweet Potato Pecan Bread:
And here's another free printable bread label from Lil Luna:
And I love this idea for hand-stamped wooden utensils plus a free printable Thanksgiving gift tag from The Idea Room (directions for stamping the wooden utensils are included in link):
Don't forget to get some memorable photos while everyone's together for the holiday! These free printable photo booth props from The Dating Divas will be a hit:
Here's a super fun way to kick off the festivities - it's a free printable Thanksgiving Trivia Game from The Mother Huddle. The game comes with its own trivia questions plus blank cards so that you can add your own trivia about your friends and family (or Thanksgivings past)! Sounds like fun!
Here's a free printable kids' activity placemat by Embellish:
Or, you can keep the kids busy with these fantastic free printable Thanksgiving Mad Libs from How Does She?:
But, never underestimate the power of a good, old-fashioned activity sheet! Here are some Thanksgiving themed ones from Reading with Kids:
And don't forget, if the activity pages and photos don't keep the kids busy, you can always ALWAYS have them help you make butter. ;-) Happy planning!