Thanksgiving Free Printable Quote + Utensil Holder

Free Thanksgiving Printable. Can be printed as Thanksgiving Decor or a cute Utensil holder

Thanksgiving Free Printable

Hey guys! It’s Aki again from Minted Strawberry. I just love getting a new font family and playing with it – it led me to make this Thanksgiving free printable which I’m now sharing with you guys. It’s a free printable 8.5″ x 11″ poster, but I loved it so much that I made them into utensil holders as well. These utensil holder packets are so easy to assemble so don’t forget to download them (available at the end of the post) and use them this coming Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving Free printables. Print out the decor size or Utensil holder. Such a cute Turkey Day printable Both come in a white background so you can choose what paper color you’re going to print it in – or maybe even book paper or other patterned paper. I chose kraft-colored paper since I still love how the black ink looks against the brown paper, but it’s up to you.

Free Thanksgiving Printable Utensil Holder

Thanksgiving utensil holders printable. Super cute and so easy with this printable. Love it printed on Kraft paper! The utensil holder download prints 2 per page and is so easy to make – just cut it in half (vertically), glue the edges and wait for them to dry. Voila! I opted for a simple look but you may also embellish with some lace, burlap flowers or even plastic berries. Free printable for thanksgiving. Give Thanks with a Grateful heart. one of my fave Thanksgiving quotes.

Thanksgiving Free Printable Quote Decor

I also printed the poster in kraft-colored paper, but you can also trace the image and use your Silhouette machine to cut vinyl and apply it to laminated burlap for texture and dimension. Otherwise, just print it on paper and you’re good to go :) I just love the fall season. Don’t you? Don’t forget to download these!

Click below to DOWNLOAD

Give Thanks Poster | Give Thanks Utensil Holder

More Thanksgiving Craft ideas:

fall tablescape

Lovely Orange + Teal Table Setting 

A monogrammed napkin ring tutorial will add the perfect personal touch to your fall tablescape!

DIY Monogram Napkin Rings Tutorial 

You can find even more Thanksgiving Crafts on our Fall Pinterest Board!


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  1. 1

    Thanks for the templates! The utensil holders are quick and creative – I can’t wait to go through my paper stash to pick the right color and texture for this craft.

  2. 2

    Love this! I am going to use your utensil holder for my Thanksgiving table! Thanks so much for sharing this!

  3. 3

    Thank you, these are very cute.

  4. 4

    These are adorable! I love to do special things for my family, and these are very special. And the great things is that they are quick and easy. I made the utensil holders and the framed picture, on burlap. I SO appreciate you sharing these with us. I hope your Thanksgiving is blessed.

  5. 6

    Thank you, I just learned something new today, now I have to get the right paper.

  6. 7

    I love these! Where did you get the craft paper?

  7. 8
    Sarai Hansen

    Your site is absolutely addicting! I’m loving all of your fall/thanksgiving ideas! I just printed your utensil holder in preparation for thanksgiving! I think my family is going to love it!

  8. 9

    These are such a nice touch for the table! Thanks so much for sharing the idea. I just ran into your site on Pinterest and have it bookmarked. Love your “craftiness!”

  9. 10

    Thanks so much for your generosity. The “quote’ is one of my favorites (I love the song, too), and your styling is perfect.

  10. 11

    I’m having 15 people for Thanksgiving. Just had these printed yesterday. I am SO excited about them. They’re beautiful!!!

  11. 12

    The templates are so adorable and super easy! Why not?! I’m sure I will impress some folks at the table! Love it! Thanks! ;-)

  12. 13

    Thank you for the utensil holder craft and files! I am not typically a crafter and a little challenged in the area if I do so say myself. I found the craft paper in a pack of 50 sheets at Walmart for $2 or $3 dollars. I printed them up today, glued them with a glue gun (that was fun). I used a perfect green napkin to match my tablecloth (dollar store – 36ct for a $1) folded them up and they look great. Thank you!!!!

  13. 14

    I love the silverware holders. Wanted to use them for our church Thanksgiving dinner, but couldn’t get them copied. They said because it stated “for personal use only” they couldn’t do it. Is there anyway to get permission to use these for our church dinner? I only need to make 50-75 copies.

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    KAY Underwood

    Thank you for these cute ideas – My grand girls will enjoy making them for our family.

  16. 17

    I am new to this and I am having trouble finding the template for the utensil holder. I clicked on the “Printable Templates Free” arrow at the bottom of your posts and it took me to MyScrapNook. Not seeing the template. HELP!

  17. 18

    Thank you very much! Happy Thanksgiving!

  18. 19
    Angelic Gamez

    Thank you for the template.

  19. 20

    I used the silverware holder and it was one of my favorite parts of getting ready for the day. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because of the idea of giving thanks. Therefore, I loved the message on the papers, and reminding my family members (who might have forgotten the holiday is not all about food) to give thanks, too. THANK YOU for designing these cool things AND offering them for free!!
    Savannah P

    1. 20.1

      Yay! We’re so glad you enjoyed this printable and used them at your feast! Thank YOU for the sweet note! :)

  20. 21

    What product did you use to glue the napkin holder together? I tried Elmer’s and came apart when I placed the napkin and plastic fork in it. Thanks You

  21. 22
    Colleen Taylor

    Thanks we are going to use these for our church luncheon

  22. 23

    I can;t find where to print these

  23. 24
    Raquel Batista

    How do I get the utensil printable?

    1. 24.1

      Click the link below the word “Downloads”

  24. 25

    Thank you so very much for sharing, they turned out beautiful!

  25. 26

    Hi, I love this idea and have tried to print it, but it only comes out as a purple-ish outline, not the beautiful black that shows on your pictures. The download looks right, but when i hit print it is not correct. Any suggestions?

    1. 26.1

      Might be an issue with your printer or ink?

  26. 27

    This download took over my computer and I need to remove it before my husband sees it. Any idea how to do this? I am so upset.

    1. 27.1

      When you click the link to download, it takes you to a screen where all you can see is the print. So you must have clicked on an ad or something else.

      1. Lori

        Yes, I did see where I clicked on the wrong thing :( I hope I can get ride of this. Thanks!

  27. 28

    I used these for my Thanksgiving table and my guests were taking pictures and feeling special thanks to you. I really appreciate this printable. Thank you so much.

    1. 28.1

      So glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for the kind note. :)

  28. 29

    I used these for this year’s Thanksgiving feast and guests were really impressed. I even posted them on facebook and Instagram giving your site full credit! Just wondering, will you be doing a similar project for Christmas? Fingers crossed….

    1. 29.1

      Yay! Thanks, Trina! I will try and see if we can get a Christmas set. No promises, but I will try hard :)

  29. 30

    Hi! I absolutely love your template! Is it ok to use for commercial use if we credit this site? Thanks!

    1. 30.1

      Hi Spencer, No, it is for personal use only. Sorry!

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    Liz Williams

    I would love this because I’m with A group called Extension Homemake’s Club and this would be a great ideal form our Fall Council coming up.

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    Jill Walters

    Thanks for the idea’s love your blog/website

  32. 33

    Thank you for the utensil holders! I made them by cutting brown paper bags from the grocery store and feeding them through the printer.

    1. 33.1

      Great idea to use paper bags!

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    Kathy Clifford

    I just finished printing these for our family’s Thanksgiving table décor, and they look just as great in real life as they do on Pinterest! They are perfect! Thank you so much for these free templates. Quite often I find it difficult to download free printables from Pinterest, but yours were so easy to download and use! Thanks!

    1. 34.1

      Thank you for the kind feedback, Kathy! Glad you enjoyed the free printable :) Happy Thanksgiving to you!

  34. 35

    Thank you for sharing your project!