I grew up in a family of readers. My mom shared her love of reading and it rubbed off on me. I have children that love reading as much as I do (and maybe more). I enjoy finding ways to work literary quotes into our lives and our decor. This year I decided I wanted to add Thanksgiving literary quotes to our home. I’ve created these Thanksgiving printables that are free so you can use them, too.
As my children were growing up, books and reading were the only things I never limited. If I could go back to college and choose a career, I’d choose to be a librarian (big happy bibliophile smile!)
I’ve created crafts, and even recipes, with books and about books:
- Upcycled Book Page Wreath
- Recycled Book Decorations
- Harry Potter Edible Wizard’s Crafts
- Rice Krispies Treats Spell Books
- DIY Bookmark
- Book Hugger Bookmarks
Thanksgiving Printables Free
Thanksgiving is possibly my favorite holiday. I love that the focus of Thanksgiving is gratitude, family and friends (oh, and food, too). I also love that it is lower-key than Halloween or Christmas. Of course, I adore both of those holidays, but let’s be frank – they’re labor intensive holidays. Thanksgiving is about spending time with family and friends. I enjoy decorating, but do it on a much smaller scale.
- DIY Fall Treats Anyone Can Make
- Repurposed Wood Shutters Sign for Thanksgiving
- Easy Candy Acorns
- Thanksgiving Blocks from Repurposed Game Blocks
Now I’m adding these Thanksgiving literary quotes to my Thanksgiving decorations.
They’d be perfect for:
- Framing and hanging on the wall.
- Framing and setting on a mantle or buffet.
- Placing at each setting at the table.
- Adding to a hostess gift.
- Giving to guests.
You can print your own copy of these Thanksgiving Printables for free here.
What are your favorite literary quotes about gratitude? I’d love to add them to this collection of Thanksgiving printables that are free.
I’m a mom of 3, a veteran and military spouse. I’ve moved into 20+ homes all around the world. My passion is helping busy people make the space and time for what’s really important to them.