Monday, November 15, 2010

Thinking of Ideas for Thanksgiving Place Cards

These are the place cards I made last year. A few of my friends save their wine corks and give them to me. I never thought I would use them for place cards.

This is a place card from Thanksgiving 2008. It is a peanut butter chocolate turkey.
I wonder if I still have the mold?

I like place cards. I am not sure when we started making them. In the early years they were made from paper and crayons. I know we still have a few tucked in a drawer somewhere in the house. I have even seen them make an appearance at my parents house during Thanksgiving.

What will this year's place cards look like? I am giving that some thought today.

Have a nice day!
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Kim's Treasures said...

I love the little birdie ones! Chocolate is always good too! I like the idea of using place cards. I can't wait to see what you come up with.

steviewren said...

I can't wait to see how you resolve this dilemma...and you've given me an idea. I need to think up a place card craft that the girls and I can do for Thanksgiving. I'm spending the week with my TX kids in a cabin in the Smokey Mountains this year.

Carrie said...

You need to share the recipe for that cute chocolate turkey!


Miss Debbie said...

I know you will come up with a great are full of them!! I'm glad the bazaar went well. Did people love your ornaments? I'm not surprised your cakes were chosen....they were special!

Debbie said...

Mmmmm, the peanutbutter-chocolate turkey looks yummy! You have really good ideas. Looking forward to seeing what you do.

alex amarxon said...

Yeah, and here is the family. A friend took this while we were trying for a nice family portrait for the Christmas card. Do you notice the new guy is the only one posing for the camera. black vinyl chain link fence