Free Thanksgiving Placecards

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Click each image below to download a full sheet of that particular place card.

These are FREE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please do not link directly to the pdf file–link to this post.

If you download one I’d love it if you pinned, tweeted or shared it on facebook! I’d also l-o-v-e a comment ;) I like to know my hard work was not for nothing ;)

Subway Art Placecards

Large pine cone Place Cards

Yellow Leaf Place Cards

Acorn Place Cards

Red Leaf Place Cards

Small Pine Cone Place Cards

Small Acorn Place Cards

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  1. Love these, Kristi! Just watched the hangoug (first time doing that on google +) and had to come over to pin your stuff. Love the subway art one the most :)
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  2. We must be on the same wavelength – I just posted place cards (sort of) too! Super cute!

  3. LOVE THESE!! Thank you so much! I get excited when I can get 1 free printable, but 7?! These are great! I like them because I can also use them as gift tags for small Thanksgiving treats for teachers!!
    …I couldn’t get the yellow leaf to download…

  4. Love these place cards! I plan to use one (haven’t decided which yet, because they are all so great) when we host the leaders of our church next week. Thank you.

  5. I’m having a hard time downloading these files. When I click on the picture, one of them says no longer available, and the others just go to a blank screen. They appear to not be downloading all the way. What am I doing wrong?

    • Shary–I’m sorry you are having trouble downloading! I did have to fix one (the yellow leaf) but the rest downloaded just fine for me. Do you have the most up to date Adobe Reader pdf software? It’s free to download. You can find it here.

      • I did need to update my Adobe reader. Done. Still not loading, but I’ll look at it again tomorrow.

      • I’m still having trouble. I updated Adobe and I know I have the latest version. It starts loading and the little wheel comes up in the corner. It gets all but the last little section and stops. I’ve walked away thinking that it needed more time, but no luck. Any other ideas? These are so adorable, I would love to use them.

        • Shary-I don’t know what to tell you. I’ve tried downloading them on all my computers & the iPad and it worked fine for me. I can try sending you one file through email to see if you can open it that way? Which one would you like to try?

          • Thanks. I tried several things on your site and had trouble, so I’m sure it’s something on my end, just not sure what. Either the yellow leaf or red leaf would be great. Thanks so much.

  6. Hey Kristi! I met you at Haven. I was the one that had the party blog & you helped me figure out how to change the colors (of which I am forever grateful :)). I love these Thanksgiving placecards! I shared your link on my facebook page (facebook.com/PartiesforPennies). You did a great job!

    • Hi Heidi! Of course I remember you! :) Thanks for stopping by and commenting and for sharing on your facebook page–I really appreciate it!! :) (We have set a date for Haven 2013! Be looking for an announcement soon!)

  7. Thank you so much. I will be using your subway art card to finish my Thanksgiving table next Monday.

    Chris

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