Thanksgiving Menu Cards from 1922 and a Sale!

Thanksgiving is tomorrow! Since I probably won’t check in for the rest of the weekend I wanted to wish you all a happy holiday and send you my blessings and prayers for a great rest of the year.  There is so much to be thankful for this year, and I thank God for the journey He’s brought me through this year.  This year has not been without it’s challenges, but after we make it through the rough spots it’s so much easier to be thankful for the blessings and good things.

For a little holiday cheer, here’s a freebie of images from 1922 for Thanksgiving menu cards, or you could even use them as place cards.  Click on each version for a higher resolution version to save and print at home.  Included are the original color suggestions from 1922!  Print them on cardstock (after you erase the writing, or paste over it later with your choice of paper), and cut with an Exacto or similar razor/knife around the image above the fold lines.  Fold on the line, and you’ve got a cute little pop up to use for decorating! If you’re doing gifts or if you’re doing a buffet they might be fun little tags to use to say what dish is what.  If you make any up I’d love to see pics :)

As a special sale, since I am thankful for you, both my Pattern Website and my Etsy store are having a sale! Enter coupon code HOLIDAY20 at checkout on either site for 20% off purchases.  This offer does not include gift certificates, but all other items on both sites are included.  The sale ends this Sunday (11/27/11)   I don’t often have sales on my pattern website, so if you’ve had your eye on something for yourself or for a gift now’s a good time to shop.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!


3 Comments on Thanksgiving Menu Cards from 1922 and a Sale!

  1. wundermary
    November 23, 2011 at 10:27 pm (6 years ago)

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, too!

  2. Heide
    November 25, 2011 at 6:53 am (6 years ago)

    Love them! So cute.
    Hope you had a good Thanksgiving!

  3. Katherine
    November 28, 2011 at 3:44 pm (6 years ago)

    Thanks for posting these. My 7 y.o. daughter had a great time decorating them for our Thanksgiving dinner!