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Retro Holiday Flare! Printable Dinner Cards and Thank You Notes for Turkey Day Hosting #thanksgiving

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If you're anything like me, the post-Halloween hangover makes Thanksgiving creep up unexpectedly every year. After all the costume planning, spooky story binges (hello, ghost YouTubers and podcasts!), decorating, and baking, I'm in a weird crabby lull where I'm ready to take down all the plastic skeletons but not ready to put up the Santa stuff. Then, poof! Suddenly, I have to start planning a huge meal and decide where to put the Christmas tree!

It's one of my personal goals for adulthood (ten years of marriage and five kids in, mind you) to actually be ready for Turkey Day when it arrives, and that includes having cute accessories for my hosting game. This year, I think I'm one step closer to that goal with some thank you notes and food labels - and I'm offering them free to you to use, too!

Even better, I also made up a party planning sheet to help declutter all the tasks bouncing around our minds when putting together a big meal. The idea is help get better sleep the night before an event because you don't have to memorize all those early morning tasks and the cooking timeline. Let me know if it helps you and whether you have any ideas for improvement!

The idea behind the thank you note is to pop in the card with whatever your guests are taking home with them. For Thanksgiving, that's most likely leftovers, right? I thought it would be cute and convenient to pick up some takeout-style boxes and tape a little note on the lid so the love goes home with everyone along with the food. The other labels on the sheet can be used for food markers or seating arrangements.

NOTE: I will be adding Christmas versions of these cards soon, so hit that subscription box to stay updated!

I did a little short video showing this printable and the idea behind it. I hope you find it to be useful.

Heads up! I'll be posting some Turkey Day leftover ideas soon, so make sure you're subscribed to the newsletter to see them... If social media is your style, make sure to follow me on Instagram and YouTube. (Twitter coming soon once the dust settles on all the crazy going on at the moment, if you know what I mean.)

Thanks for reading! I'll see you soon. :)


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