31 Printable (and Free!) Thanksgiving Templates
Our free printable Thanksgiving materials will help you put the finishing touch on your fall festivities. Here, you'll find templates for blank menus, invitations, place cards, kids' crafts, party favor tags and more.
Easy Kids' Crafts
Thanksgiving Word Search
These fun worksheets keep the kids busy on Thanksgiving! They will have so much fun figuring out the Thanksgiving words on the word scramble and searching for Thanksgiving related words on the word search.
Thanksgiving Word Scramble
Download and print these fun worksheets to keep the kids busy on Thanksgiving! They will have so much fun figuring out the Thanksgiving words on the word scramble.
Leftovers With Style
1. "Enjoy" Tags
3. Round Labels
Have Fun With Your Food -- Menu and Labels
2. Blank Labels
3. Blank Menu
4. Menu Card
Pumpkin Whoopie Pies for Thanksgiving
Fall-flavored desserts, like these pumpkin whoopie pies, are perfect for Thanksgiving. Create a pretty display by placing them in several small dishes grouped together.
Easy Decor Updates
3. Fall Leaves
4. Fall Acorn
Dining Table With Paper Leaf Centerpiece
Get a little help from the kiddos to craft this easy focal point. Use our free template to cut leaf shapes from colorful card stock you can attach to bare branches gathered in the backyard. Before dinner, ask your guests to write what they're most thankful for on the leaves or just leave them blank. Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions.
Rustic Wreath for Thanksgiving
Warmly welcome Thanksgiving dinner guests with this sweet rustic wreath. Use hot glue to attach moss to a foam wreath form, completely covering all sides. Attach paper medallions to the wreath with hot glue and embellish centers of medallions with buttons. Print "welcome" greeting onto craft paper, and cut out accordingly.
Banner for Thanksgiving Mantel
Dress up a mirror, mantel or entryway with this easy burlap banner. First, cut 11 pieces of burlap 6" wide x 7" tall, fold in half and cut away a triangle from the bottom of each panel (center point at approximately 1 3/4" up from the bottom). Use a circle cutter to cut 11 5-inch circles out of yellow card stock. Attach the yellow circles to the burlap panels using hot glue. Attach the letter panels to the yellow circles using foam dots to add dimension. String the panels together with ribbon or tulle.
Traditional Place Cards and Invites
2. Blank Invite
Thanksgiving Table and Place Setting
Colorful autumn decor brightens up this rustic wooden table for Thanksgiving. A homemade place setting in the shape of a leaf is a nice personal touch.
Sunflower Invite, Menu and Place Card
3. Place Card
Framing Invite for Thanksgiving Decor
Ensure that guests save the date with a themed Thanksgiving dinner invitation. Traditional fall colors paired with a trendy trellis pattern create a fresh take on Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving Menu Card
Tempt your guests by placing a printed menu of the day's courses on the dessert buffet or at each place setting. This way they know what to look forward to — and will be sure to save room for dessert.
Framed Thanksgiving Place Card
Multipurpose Small Tags
1. "Enjoy" Tags
Bright Napkin Ring for Fall Table Setting
It's a snap to create these decorative napkin rings. For each ring, cut a strip of burlap 1' x 1 1/2". To make the accordion-folded medallion, cut two strips of decorative paper 6" x 1 3/4", then fold the paper strips back and forth, accordion style. To form pointed ends, use scissors to clip one end of each folded strip at a 90-degree angle. Hot glue ends of strips together to create a circle, then push the edge of the paper in and hot glue the center. Hold for a few moments until glue dries. Attach printed and cut "enjoy" party circles to embellish the center of each medallion.
Thanksgiving Dinner Party Favors
Send guests home with a sweet memory by filling small favor boxes with chocolates, nuts, dried fruit or luxurious fall-scented soaps. Wrap each with thick chocolate brown ribbon and top with a printable favor tag.
Thanksgiving Kids' Craft: Foam Turkeys
Foam balls, googly eyes, paint and colorful paper straws are all you need to help kids craft these cute turkey decorations for Thanksgiving.
Glittered Thanksgiving Banner
Use copper glitter to transform chipboard letters into a festive Thanksgiving decoration. Hang your banner on a buffet, mantel, banister or above a doorway as a reminder to give thanks.
Quick and Easy Thanksgiving Place Card
Put the finishing touch on your Thanksgiving table with our free printable place cards.
Thanksgiving Kids' Craft: Fingerprint Turkey
Keep the littlest Thanksgiving guests happily occupied with this fun craft that allows them to personalize favor cups they can then fill with sweet-and-salty snack mix.
Thanksgiving Kids' Craft: Paper Straw Necklaces
Help kids craft these colorful straw necklaces for Thanksgiving with our easy-to-follow instructions and free printable template.
How to Make a Ship Centerpiece for Thanksgiving
Kids will love helping to make this large sailing ship centerpiece, which is reminiscent of the vessels that brought colonists to the new world. It's a cinch to make and will definitely bring a boat-load of fun to any Thanksgiving table.
Thanksgiving Place Card and Party Favor
How about a little pheasant to go with your turkey this Thanksgiving? These cute fellas are easy to make and act as both a place card and party favor your guests can take with them.
New Thanksgiving Tradition: Create a Thankful Tree
Give thanks in a new way this holiday season. Invite friends and family to share what they are most thankful for by creating a thankful tree that can take center stage throughout the Thanksgiving holiday.
Thanksgiving Kids' Craft: Turkey Cupcakes
Kids of all ages will have a blast using candy and frosting to dress up plain cupcakes to resemble cute Thanksgiving turkeys. Make these treats a day before the big feast or make decorating the cupcakes part of your Turkey Day festivities.
Make a Chain of Thanks for Thanksgiving
Turn giving thanks into a game. Print out our free printable template, attach to twine and ask your Thanksgiving guests to write down what they're thankful for, then take turns reading the sentiments aloud during dinner.