Thanksgiving ideas: grateful boxes

Thanksgiving gift boxes
This Thanksgiving each guest at my dinner table will be welcomed with one of these personalized keepsake boxes. Our craft boxes are so wonderful to decorate – the perfect blank palette for adding colored paper, ribbon, rubber stamps, etc. I will also have a stack of “I am thankful for” letterpress cards on hand so everyone can share their gracious thoughts of one another and slip them into each box. It’s a nice way to engage your guests and remind everyone of the true meaning of the holiday. The boxes themselves make charming Thanksgiving table decorations and double as favors for your guests to take home.

This extra special touch is sure to stir up smiles, joy and happy hearts this Thanksgiving!

–Annie
PS colors: gravel & beet
Latest fave: Owl Placecard Kit

4 Responses to “Thanksgiving ideas: grateful boxes”

  • Amanda says:

    How cool! What a great idea!

  • Courtney says:

    I love the cirular boxes. Fun!

  • That’s such a great idea for Thanksgiving by making it more meaningful! It’s giving me an inspiration for my craft for the chemo patients this Thanksgiving! Thank you!

  • lynne says:

    I did this for the past 3 years, re-using the same personal boxes that my children made. The boxes themselves are a holiday treasure. We stack the grateful notes for each year and one-day my kids will pass these boxes and notes along to their cousins to fondly remember Thanksgivings and family past. (Bonus–aircover for the Host. Guests write the cards before dinner is served and read a few from each box between dinner and dessert).

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