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Friday's Freebie: Thanksgiving Day Napkin Rings #Printable

My dad is a champion napkin name it, swans, boats, tents, etc....he can fold a cloth napkin into it. He has a thirty-year-old etiquette pamphlet that he carries around with him from place setting to place setting as he works his magic on table linens {and we generally have 25+ people at Thanksgiving, so it's no small feat}. He is one talented {and patient} man.

Sadly, I did not inherit the ability to fold napkins into anything that resembles something fabulous. I can roll them into a hot dog shape and that's about as far as I get. So, since I'm hosting this year {and my parents have their own "duties" with the turkey they're bringing and whatnot}, I went my own route and created these napkin rings for our table this year. 

I plan to personalize them with a white paint pen so they'll act as our placecards as well.

I created some for the kiddie table, too, with Tom Turkey and a big pumpkin on them. They match the placemats I create for my kids and nieces and nephews every year {details on those below}.

To download your own set, click on the image below:
{best printed on cardstock, attaching with double-stick tape around a rolled napkin}
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As I mentioned before, these were created to coordinate with this year's kiddie table placemat, pictured below {I try to make these so the nieces & nephews have a little something to take home...if I have enough time, I'll try to put a Christmas design on the reverse side so they can use it through December as well}.

If you'd like to order a DIGITAL copy of your own placemat {with personalization, as pictured below}, I'm charging $6 for them. I will send you the 11x17 design for you to print and laminate. It is best printed at a Staples or Kinko's/FedEx and then laminated in their thickest laminate pouches. They always turn out super cute. Last year, the lady at Staples even ordered some for her own kids after seeing them come across the printer!
To order a custom mat, email me at

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