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DIY Thanksgiving Place Cards

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DIY Thanksgiving Place Cards

Just in time for Thanksgiving, these DIY Thanksgiving Place Cards will make your table that much more festive. With four different versions, you can get just the right place cards for your Thanksgiving table set.

But that's not even the best part!

These place cards are totally customizable. Just download the style that you want below, and you can type in the names of your guests yourself!

Thanksgiving can sometimes be a stressful occasion. There's just so much to prepare for! But it doesn't (and shouldn't) be that way. For such a lovely holiday, you should spend as much time as possible with your loved ones instead of worrying about the details of getting everything ready. These place cards will make your Thanksgiving table come to life with a personal touch that takes no time at all!

These DIY Thanksgiving Place Cards set the tone for a quaint and elegant Thanksgiving feast. They'll also a stylish way to direct your guests on where to sit. No one will be able to believe that this was a dollar store craft, but you'll smile knowing how much time and money you saved.

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How cute! I will definitely be using these this Thanksgiving. I love that you can personalize them before you even print them

This burlap sack is very unique! Burlap sacks are easy to find and sometimes they even come in different colors. Another best thing to put inside is a stainless straw. It looks elegant and is also cheap. I like the stenciled name, maybe better if it was her full first name or maybe initials. The vintage look makes it more chic.

Yet another of Kierstes ideas takes bloom in my mind. What a great idea. So easy to do. And if you can't get stencils use iron on letters. How about adding a little treat in the bag, a toothpick, after dinner round peppermint candy, a thank you for coming note? Thank you for sharing this idea.

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