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Today I am sharing a Thankful tree free printable for thanksgiving. A thanksgiving craft for family and kids to give thanks. This is a very easy project and involves only a few colorful papers and a pen. And you can start writing and displaying what you are thankful for! It’s a great idea for kids to make their own individual thankful trees. But I like it more to have a family thankful tree and give thanks together. This board can then be displayed at the thanksgiving feast. A great place to start the thankful and grateful conversation.
Thankful Tree Free Printable
I love how it looks displayed in our home. The beautiful Fall/ Autumn colors against the blue look wonderful.
Thanksgiving craft Thankful Tree
Let me share a closer look at our Thanksgiving craft.
To make this Thanksgiving decorative tree, start by printing the “Thankful Tree”.
Thanksgiving Tree Printable
8×10 (for personal use only)
Then cut some leaves for writing your thankful messages. I used the Fall colors orange, red and brown for cutting paper leaves with the scissors.
You can use a silhouette or online leaf template for cutting your leaves in many different shapes. But I like this simple Fall leaves shape. I also cut a few bigger and smaller leaves to give the tree a more natural look.
Using a gel pen in silver to create a thanksgiving tree.
Finally sticking the printable Thankful tree on the cork board covered with fabric. And pinning the thankful leaves on it as we countdown to Thanksgiving.
I also made a small framed “Give Thanks” printable to go along with the tree.
Give Thanks Printable
This printable is available in two sizes:
6×4 and 7×5 (for personal use only)
I hope you will love printing and using these free printables as much as we do!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
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Great tree! I love this idea, but I’m lazy and would probably cut out leaves with a punch!
Thanks Mary. I wish I had a punch, I was lazy first but then I cut. It wasn’t bad! 🙂
Loved your thankful tree idea Hani. Visiting you after long. Hope you and your family are doing welll!
Thanks Sonia. So happy to see you after a long time. 🙂
Love your thankful tree I am an elementary school teacher this would be great for the classroom what did you use to pin the leaves and where did you get them/
Thanks Keri. I used thumbtacks I found at walmart for pinning the leaves I cutout from a paper.
Thanks so much for sharing your awesome printable and project at Inspire Me Monday at Create With Joy!
Congratulations – you are one of our Featured Guests at this week’s party! 🙂
Thanks for sharing your thankful tree at The Pin Junkie. Your project was featured in a fall and Thanksgiving craft roundup.
Thanks for sharing your free printable at the Say G’Day linky party. I’ve just pinned this to the Say G’Day Saturday board.
Hope you have had a fabulous week!
Natasha in Oz
I’m curious how big your leaves are..thank you.
The leaves range in size from 1 inch to 1 1/2 inches.
Want to share this with my kids and husband, so we always remember what were thankful for on a weekly basis.:-)