Category Archives: Thanksgiving Feast

What fall soiree is complete without a lineup of yummy pies? And these “Sweet as Pie” toppers (attached to cute polka dotted straws from Bake It Pretty) are the perfect finishing touch to this most fall-ish of treats.

free fall treat printables- sweet as pie toppers

free printable

free fall treat printables- sweet as pie toppers

Just download these “sweet as pie” toppers below, print, cut out, tape to a fun straw, and use to adorn a delicious apple pie (or pumpkin, pecan, even blueberry pie).


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Want to add a little extra wow to your fall soiree or Thanksgiving table settings? Enter these printable silverware boxes.

free printable silverware boxes

free fall printables- silverware boxes

Tuck a pile of boxed silverware in a pretty bowl for grab-and-go service, or set on plates as part of a fabulous fall place setting.

free printable silverware boxes

Download the silverware box printables, print and assemble before your next fall fete!


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Pumpkin pie season is officially here- hooray! There are seven thousand great things about fall, but pumpkin pie everything (and crunchy leaves! and boots!) pretty much top the list.

free fall treat printables- pie boxes

free printable pie boxes

To celebrate I put together a little lineup of fall treat printables- today’s freebie is a printable pie box, perfect for favor boxes, Thanksgiving leftovers, or fall dinner parties!

free printable pie boxes for fall

Just download the printable pie boxes below, print, cut, and assemble. Won’t these be a fun addition to your fall entertaining this year?


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Thanksgiving is never complete without corn on the table. This year, make it a little more exciting by making a corn stalk out of chocolate.

You will need: 4″ x 4″ sheets of yellow tissue paper, 2″ x 3/4″ strips of green tissue paper, 6″ long pieces of floral wire, floral tape, Hershey Kisses

DIRECTIONS: Make the Cornstalk
Stack two Hershey kisses together to make the corncob. Wrap the kisses with a 4 inch square sheet of tissue paper. Wrap the floral tape around the tissue paper. Cut the ends of the green tissue paper strips into points to resemble the leaves on a cornstalk.

Add the leaves to the bottom of the tissue corn, along with a piece of wire, and continue to wrap the floral wire around. Continue to wrap the floral wire around until you have covered all the tissue paper. Do the same thing again to make two corncobs.

Take both of your corncobs and wrap the remaining wire together. Wrap the floral tape around the wire to connect the two corncobs. Add additional leaves down the stalk if you want.

DIRECTIONS: Make the Name Banner
Download and print out the nameplace banners. Wrap the ends of the banner around a paper straw or 1/4 inch pole. Slide the straw out of the wrapped up paper to create a nice little ringlet. Repeat on the other side of the banner.

Photography, design and styling by Sara Schmutz.

Waiting for Thanksgiving dinner is always the hardest part of the day. Keep the kids entertained by writing stories with pictures on these Pictograph Placemats. Print the printables provided onto regular 8-1/2″ x 11″ paper. Give the kids the blank placemat and the Native American Pictograph card. The kids can use the pictographs on the card, or come up with their own pictures, to write out their wild west stories.

Photography, design and styling by Sara Schmutz

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