DIY Thanksgiving Food Cards

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You getting ready for turkey day? When I asked Lana to help us out with some custom illustrated Thanksgiving printables, she came back with these and I was giddy. This girl always delivers, and I’m so excited to collab with her again!

These are just some simple printables for your Thanksgiving table! I’m planning on using mine as food tags. (Thankful for stuffing? Yes I am.) Just print, cut, and score down the center to fold. Then write on them with black, white, or gold pen. If you don’t need food cards, you can always use them as place cards, mini greeting cards, or just to write down what you’re thankful for.

DOWNLOAD LANA’S THANKSGIVING CARDS

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Aren’t those hand-painted turkeys just gorgeous? It’s always so baffling to me how artists do what they do, because it’s definitely not my forte. But Lana is such a whiz at illustration and coloring, and her stuff is always so inspiring to me. Be sure to check out her Etsy shop too. (Pssst… If you’re coming to the west elm event, she’ll have some goodies in the gift bags!)

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And just for funsies, what’s your favorite thing about Thanksgiving? I think mine is that moment in the morning when everyone wakes up and it’s still kind of quiet, before the chaos starts. I love quiet fall mornings. Lana loves that no gifts are needed — just pure family, food, and appreciation time. We’d love to know your faves in the comments! xoxo

turkeyIllustration and Design | Lana Frankel
Floral Garland | Seed Floral
Photography and Styling | Lovely Indeed

12 thoughts on “DIY Thanksgiving Food Cards”

  1. Wow, beautiful. Everyone writes something and we can all read what people around the table are thankful for. How nice. I would write Family, the Harvest, and this Fall Atmosphere.

  2. These are absolutely perfect! As a child, I always drew up name tags for my family members to know where to sit during the holidays. I’ve stopped since coming to college, but this are so cute, I think I might have to bring back the tradition.

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