not just on the day of doodled hearts and red-foil-adorned candies and cellophane-bundled flowers, but on every day, i long to romance the ones dear to my heart. whimsical and sweet, and still deeply forward-looking, this quote from the author of the Pooh joys has always tugged at my heartstrings. i think i’ll frame this to treasure… more as a reminder to treasure the ones who matter most.
would you like an 8×10 or 5×7 to print for yourself? click here!
we’re hosting thanksgiving! i am looking forward to having sweet friends and family over and pitching in our cooking skills and more importantly, enjoying sweet fellowship together.
as i’m getting ready for our day, i’ve found a wealth of cool resources (see below for links!) and created a little printable of my own! i found some adorable clearance frames this week and i’ll be using those to display this scripture to remind me what the day is really all about.
click here to download my printables. to save ink, choose the white background. these are sized as 8×10, so i recommend printing on 8-1/2 by 11 paper and cropping to fit your frame!
if you prefer a 5×7, click here.
i am using a combination of these planners to help me keep it all in line:
adorable “gobble guide” from the lovely designfinch.com
a streamlined but incredibly simple multi-page thanksgiving planner from the menu mom
this collection of planner pages also includes two Christmas edition pages (go, super-planner-girl!) to get a jump on the celebration!
as i print and plan, i’m finally (after 18 years of being on my own as a wife/hostess!) going to create a special “thanksgiving” section in my household notebook where i’m saving the expected recipes along with these fabulous planner pages, and new ideas for next year. yay for pockets of organization!
i’ll be setting a few of these on the kids’ table (thanksgiving activity book from u create – so cute!). 🙂
click here for adorable free autumn-colored printable washi-style toothpick tags for your appetizers from somewhat simple! and i ADORE this steal-worthy idea for a “thankful thanksgiving” tablecloth. totally doing it. 🙂
i love these printables from eighteen25.
and i’d hate to forget to say i am so thankful for free fonts! here are the fonts i used in my Psalm 107:
have a wonderful Thanksgiving!