Thanksgiving Table Printable – With a Sense of Humor

Thanksgiving Printable with a Sense of Humor

(If you are visiting for the first time from Hooked on Houses, welcome and thank you so much for stopping by!)

I like contrasts.

Mixing new with vintage.

Rustic with refined.

And formal – with humor.

Lets’ face it – sometimes the Holidays get stressful.  There is so much to do and think through – and sometimes, pulling together your whole extended family can bring some tension to the room!

I don’t know about your sense of humor, but I love the idea of sitting down to a pretty and formal dinner table – and finding something to make you laugh.

Thanksgiving Printable with Humor

Last week, I shared a more traditional version of quotes for Thanksgiving for your table – and today, I want to show you how to put a little sense of humor in.

All you need is the printable (the link is below), scissors, some ribbon, jute twine, napkins, a hole punch and a tag punch (or you could just use scissors to cut them out)

materials for funny thanksgiving printables

Step 1: Simple cut down the printed quotes to smaller sizes so they fit in your punch.  If you do not have a punch, just cut them to a rectangle.

Step 2: Line them up from the underside of the punch – and punch.

Thanksgiving Printable Instructions

Step 3: Punch a whole in the top and tie on a piece of twine.

Sense of Humor Thanksgiving Tags

Step 4: Tie on the ribbon to hold the napkin and then tie the tag onto the ribbon.

And you are done!  If you want, you can mix the humor ones with the serious ones – keep people guessing!

Sense of Humor Thanksgiving Printable

To print this out, please go to this link.

thanksgiving quotes funny copy

I will be sharing at…
Freckled Laundry

Thanks so much for reading!

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  1. says

    Hi! I am a first time visitor. I love, love your decorating style. It really is quite similar to mine. I love traditional with more of vintage and a few pops of new. I would love for you to come and follow me at Pinehurst Cottage and see us through our renovation of the new vacation cottage we just purchased in NC. I’m anxious to get my visitors opinions on the whole process. You have a beautiful blog and home!. Thank you. ~Amy

  2. Kelly in Memphis says

    So nice that Julia featured your blog! I told her and I’ll tell you, her blog, yours and Velvet and Linen are the only three I have on my “very favorites” list!

  3. Rick S says

    Laura,
    I followed Julia’s Hooked on Houses for some time, and then found your site. I am hooked on your site too. For more than a year I have followed you too. I always find something new to inspire me when I visit your site.
    I see the same set of Liberty Blue dishes as my wife’s and makes me see how wonderful they are to have and use.
    I bought a book about the dishes a couple years ago and it lists the piece made and the history. What fun.
    rick

  4. says

    I love this idea! I have my maternity pants all lined up for Christmas dinner (since Thanksgiving has already come and gone here in Canada )

  5. Mrs. Pear Tree says

    Hi Laura! I’m visiting from Hooked on Houses, but think I’d like to stay! I love your style. Really. Pretty sure I’ll be back to take in more :-)