Heading out for Thanksgiving this year? Dress up your gift with this pretty printable Thanksgiving hostess thank you gift tag.
Thanksgiving is not my Mom’s favorite holiday. There were years we celebrated at home, but most of the time we were away for Thanksgiving – usually at my Aunt’s home.
Regardless the dinner location, we never arrived empty handed. Since we didn’t have to travel far to eat with my Aunt, we often supplied part of the meal. Over the years I learned that even when baking rolls, providing pies or creating a tasty side-dish, you never travel without a hostess gift.
Thanksgiving Hostess Thank You Gift Tag
As soon as the weather turns crisp, I love to break out three wick candles. I burn them pretty close to non-stop through the fall and winter. Since they’re such a favorite of mine, I love to gift them as well. Last year I shared this cheery Christmas candle gift tag and it’s already trending again this year.
While I created this printable Thanksgiving hostess thank you gift tag to be more generic (so that you can use it with any gift!) I am pairing it with a fall candle. Hip hip hooray!
What you need to recreate this Thanksgiving hostess thank you gift:
- Thanksgiving Hostess Thank You Printable (download available at the bottom of the post)
- Color Printer (I use a Canon Pixma Pro)
- 80 lb. Bright White Cardstock
- Fiskars Paper Trimmer
- We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile
- Fine Point Marker (I love these colorful Le Pens)
- Baker’s Twine
- Gold Scissors (Love these, they’re so sharp!)
- Optional: Three Wick Candle (I bought this one at Kirkland’s. It’s amazing!)
How to recreate this Thanksgiving hostess printable gift tag:
- Scroll to the bottom of this post and download the Count Down to Halloween Printable.
- Save the printable to take it into a professional printer or print it on your personal color printer at home.
Note: I use a Canon Pixma Pro for all of my printable gift tags and art prints. I find that often it prints a cleaner, clearer image than if I took it to a professional printer. The printable gift tags will look best printed on bright white 80 lb. cardstock.
- Trim the gift tags to size. I use this Fiskars trimmer for all of my projects. It’s substantial enough to cut through multiple sheets, while remaining easy to use.
- Punch a hole in the top of the gift tag. The We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile is one of my favorite craft tools. it will punch through anything, including an entire stack of gift tags with ease.
- Sign the gift tags with a fine point, felt tip marker. I love to use Le Pens. They come in a variety of colors and write so smoothly!
- Tie the gift tags to the candle using some baker’s twine.
This printable Thanksgiving hostess thank you gift tag is such an easy way to make someone’s day!