These printables will be perfect for entertaining this Thanksgiving, whether you have a few guests or a whole room full. Keep your guests occupied with “I’m Thankful” cards, or get the dinner conversation flowing with conversation starters, both of which fit perfectly into the free printable utensil holder envelopes.
Speaking of Thanksgiving, I can hardly believe it’s almost here! I mean, seriously, my mind is still trying to wrap around the fact that Halloween is in a few days and then all of a sudden it will be full speed holiday mode.
We don’t have a big Thanksgiving celebration. It’s usually just my immediate family, so there are just a few of us. But we still try to make it special by breaking out the special dishes and creating a beautiful table. I can’t wait to use these utensil holders this year, I think they will be so much fun!
They also would double as treat holders, which you could fill with goodies for your guests instead of silverware.
Be sure to set out some colored pencils or crayons and let guests get creative.
There are eight conversation starter questions, mostly related to Thanksgiving or family, and they are good for kids and adults alike. It’s a great way to break the ice, especially if there are people who are new to the family, or that you just haven’t met before. The best part is the Conversation Starters and Thankful cards fit right into the utensil envelopes!
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UTENSIL HOLDERS/ENVELOPES: FORK & KNIFE | PIE | TURKEY
GET THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR PUTTING THE ENVELOPES TOGETHER HERE.
There are even coordinating Leftovers bag toppers that you can grab today over at Tatertots and Jello!
Recently featured on Olive Garden’s School Days Family Nights platform for which I was provided an Olive Garden Gift Card in exchange.
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Hi! I’m Kristin, the creative mind behind Yellow Bliss Road where you will be inspired by tons of easy to follow recipes, lots of free printables, and a little sprinkling of life thrown in for good measure.