Framed Thanksgiving Menu {With Printable Template}


In preparation for the upcoming Thanksgiving feast I have created another printable menu template. I always like to have a list of what dishes I am planning on serving; as it not only lets the guest know what’s coming but it also keeps me on track as I am running around preparing the last few things before we sit down to eat. {yes, like I have admitted before, I have been known to leave dishes in the fridge only to remember them after the meal is done}


This template can be download {here} and customized by adding your planned dishes. {To print click the download button in the upper right hand corner on the download page. That will open the pdf file and you can print from there} It is sized to fit an 8X10 frame. You can also simply print out the template, place in a picture frame and hand write the menu on the glass using a dry erase marker {like I did for the menu board -here}.

The graphics used are the Fancy Oval Frame from The Graphics Fairy and the Vintage Turkey graphic from Lucky Palm. {thank you!}

Do you have everything ready to go for your Thanksgiving dinner?
Happy Friday Everyone – Enjoy!

**A few have asked: If you don’t have a program to edit the PDF/image you can print it out then insert it back into your printer to print the menu ~ Hope this helps ~ Happy Thanksgiving!

                  

Comments

  1. Oh, I love it. I always print my menu and this is just great. Thanks so much! And after reading your menu, is there room for 14 more? Just sayin’!

  2. I still have to go shopping , YIKES! love the templete, thank you for your kindness. Ill be using it at my table :)

  3. OH MY GOODNESS! I love this!!!

  4. I love the simple elegance of your design! I featured you on my blog: http://puertabella.blogspot.com/2010/11/thanksgiving-printables.html

  5. Beautiful!

  6. wow that is gorgeous!!

  7. That’s so pretty! If we weren’t going to the deer lease for Thanksgiving Dinner, I might print it and set it out on my new buffet. Maybe I’ll print it anyway and set it out at the deer camphouse! It needs a femine touch! ;)

  8. I love the look of that (I’m a huge fan of the transferware look) and it’ll look great with my table setting. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Gorgeous! I love it! Thank you for generously sharing.

  10. Thanks for stopping by! Really appreciate you sharing this template. Just hopping over from Melissa’s 2010 Favorite Things.

  11. Love this, and your blog…thrilled to have found it!!

  12. I just made your rosette wreath yesterday/today. I used a small foam wreath and a small book. What size did you use for this example? I was wondering if it is easier to do a bigger version, rather than tiny rosettes. I want to make more so if you could let me know, that would be great! Thank you, and thank you for all of your great ideas!!
    kleebre@hotmail.com

  13. I love this but it wont let me insert my own text =( Maybe I’m doing something wrong? I have 16 people coming to my house so this would be lovely on the table!

  14. What an elegant idea. That turned out so pretty. I will have to keep that in mind for my big Christmas party coming up only with Christmasy stuff.
    Debbie

  15. I can’t figure out how to add my own text in a pdf file. How do I do it?

  16. Stephanie! You are so talented. Thank you for this wonderful idea. I shrunk my menus & put one on each plate. Then I showed it on my blog & linked to you. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Warmly, Michelle

  17. Stephanie, this is beautiful! I would love to use it but the download link is not working. Any chance you have it linked somewhere else? Thank you.
    Kathleen

        

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