Free Printable Banner for Thanksgiving!!!

UPDATE!  Many of you requested the whole alphabet… I have posted that and you can find it HERE!!!

Good morning friends!

Thanks so much for all your sweet comments and shares on my canned food organizers!  I really appreciate them!

I am taking a little break from organization today to share a really cute, simple and FREE project with you!  This one will take you minutes to finish… I have already done all the work for you!

I decided to make a banner for my dining room.  My very favorite holiday is Thanksgiving!  We are always trying to teach our kiddos and remind ourselves to be THANKFUL for everything.  I decided to make this one a free printable for you guys!  Here is how mine turned out…

How cute is that?  I made it neutral to fit any room’s decor!

Here is how to easily make your own….

First, you will need to print off each letter.

Below are the letters for the banner.  Just click on the link for each letter and click print from your browser bar.  Print these on normal letter sized paper.  I actually used an off-white paper.  I didn’t want stark white in my dining room.  You can use whichever paper you choose!

Print Banner T

Print Banner H

Print Banner A

Print Banner N

Print Banner K

Print Banner F

Print Banner U

Print Banner L

Pretty darn simple!  So is the rest of it!

Here are my letters after I printed them….

I used my scissors to cut the letters out by following the lines…

I used some double-sided tape on the back of each letter.  You can use any adhesive you have on hand!

I attached my letters to brown kraft paper.  You can buy this at any craft store.  I got mine at Hobby Lobby.  I used 12×12 sheets and 2 letters fit on 1 sheet.  So, you only need 4 of these.

My final step was using my scissors to cut the letters out.  I just eyeballed it and cut about 1/2″ larger than my printed letters.

I hung some twine from my new hutch, and used clothespins to hang each letter.  That’s it! 10 minute project… Woohoo!

Thanks so much for stopping by guys!  I would love for you to share and pin this project below!! Hope you love it!

~Whitney

If you make your own, we would love for you to share pictures of it on our Facebook page!

 

Comments

  1. Jana Taylor says:

    I have to say THANK YOU for the alphabet you shared. I made the “just marrired” banner for my daughter’s wedding this past weekend. It was on the “getaway vehicle” & a hugte hit!
    Thanks!

  2. Michele Parra says:

    Thank you so much for posting this. It’s perfect for my set up.

  3. Julie Shannon says:

    Thanks so much!! I love the banners and the Christmas tags!!! A wonderful holiday season to the Shanty 2 Chic gals!

  4. Karen Wolowicz says:

    Why I love this more than anything- two for one. Thankful and Hanukkah! Same letters, same amount of letters- AND this year- same day!

  5. LOVE this! Thank you. Do you have banners with numbers?

  6. Can These Be Editable? Meaning Use Our Own Fonts???

  7. Thank you! This helped add the perfect touch to my Christmas decor for the family! oxoxo

  8. I made the “Thankful” banner with my little girls. You made it so easy and we had such a good time. It looks great! Thank you!!!

  9. I made one banner for our mantle but was looking for another simple one for the kitchen. Thank you so much for providing this!

  10. Thank you for this idea! Sorry, I did not use your printables, but painted my own, and used hymnal pages for the paper. What do you think?

    http://ketoews.blogspot.com/2012/11/craft-time-thanksgiving-banner.html

  11. Katie Tatsch says:

    thank you for sharing! The “F’ has a light pink background but the rest is fine. Could you post that?

  12. Can we get the rest of the alphabet??

  13. Rena Johnson says:

    Love it… Is there a link to print the rest of the Alphabet?

  14. Kimberly Helton says:

    Thank you for creating and sharing this with us!!

  15. Beautiful! Thanks for taking the time to create and share with us.

  16. this is awesome. I made one for my home and one for my classroom!

  17. That it perfect! I love it and can’t wait to put it together and hang it on my living room mirror. Thanks so much!!!

  18. I love it! I’ve been looking for a banner idea for the area near our front door. It’s perfect!!

  19. Tanya@TakeSix says:

    Oh my…THANK YOU! That is so simple and sweet. I love it. I came here from HomeTalk looking for your casserole carrier, and find so much more! Love your blog. Your newest follower via FB.

  20. Love it! Definitely using this on my mantle!

  21. I love all your projects, but I especially love these quick and easy ones. Please keep them coming.

  22. Mindi Carwin says:

    Thanks for the printable, pinned!

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