Thanksgiving dictionary page printables add cozy cheer to your entryway, living room, or kitchen decor for the upcoming holiday.
I’ve created a dozen Thanksgiving dictionary page printables for you, all completely free. It couldn’t be easier or more affordable to print your new Thanksgiving home decorations. Vintage dictionary Thanksgiving decor is perfect for any type of Thanksgiving or general fall-themed display in your house.
Since I created my vintage dictionary page printables, I haven’t been able to stop creating with them. I already released fall dictionary page printables and Halloween dictionary page printables this autumn. Now I have Thanksgiving dictionary printables. Old dictionaries have such a timeless appeal that works seamlessly with a wide range of home decor, including seasonal and holiday wall art.
Over the next year, I’ll be rolling out more seasonal and holiday dictionary wall art printables. If there’s anything you’d like to see, don’t hesitate to ask! For now, I’m sharing free Thanksgiving dictionary page printables. The Thanksgiving decor I’ve made for you features turkeys, corn, pumpkins and other gourds, cornucopias, favorite Thanksgiving/gratitude quotes, and more. You have your choice of cozy, welcoming Thanksgiving themes, all made as ready-to-print home decor for quick framing.
About the Thanksgiving dictionary page printables
The free Thanksgiving printables are for personal use only. You are free to print them as many times as you like for yourself, including classroom use. If family or friends are interested in their own printables, please direct them to this post. Don’t distribute the files. Thank you!
I’ve created two versions of each Thanksgiving printable: one with a border and one without a border. Depending on the type of frame you choose and the aesthetic you want for your Thanksgiving decorations, you may prefer one version over the other.
Watercolor turkey with “happy Thanksgiving” message on a vintage dictionary letter B page.
Vintage cooked turkey dinner handdrawn image with “happy Thanksgiving” message on a vintage dictionary letter K page.
Colorful cornucopia with a “happy Thanksgiving” message on a vintage dictionary letter G page.
There is always something to be thankful for
“There is always something to be thankful for” Thanksgiving/gratitude quote on a vintage dictionary letter H page.
Corn in basket
Ears of corn in a wooden basket with “Thanksgiving blessings” message on a vintage dictionary letter T page.
Give thanks with a grateful heart
“Give thanks with a grateful heart” Thanksgiving/gratitude message on a vintage dictionary letter P page.
Watercolor pumpkin pie with vintage pie server and forks and “happy Thanksgiving” message on a vintage dictionary letter M page.
Count your blessings
“Count your blessings” message with watercolor pumpkins on a vintage dictionary letter W page.
Fall gourds and leaves with a “Thanksgiving blessings” message on a vintage dictionary letter E page.
Gather with grateful hearts
“Gather with grateful hearts” Thanksgiving/gratitude message and watercolor pumpkins on a vintage dictionary letter A page.
Autumn wreath with “happy Thanksgiving” message on a vintage dictionary letter Q page.
Let our lives be full of both thanks and giving
“Let our lives be full of both thanks and giving” Thanksgiving/gratitude quote on a vintage dictionary letter N page.
How to print Thanksgiving dictionary page printables
Printing free printables is a fairly straightforward process. I’m sharing my best tips to help you create high-quality decor sized properly for your frames.
The previews I’m sharing of the Thanksgiving printables in this post are low-resolution. The low-res previews are perfect for sharing on social media but not suitable for printing. To obtain the high-resolution versions, click on the download links for the decor you’d like to print. All of the download links have images sized for 8×10 printing. The previews in this post aren’t sized for 8×10 printing, which means they may not work well for your 8×10 frames. Using the download links guarantees you’re getting high-resolution, properly sized images.
Printer, paper, and settings recommendations
I recommend using a reputable print service, such as Shutterfly, FedEx, Costco, or SmugMug. If you prefer to print at home, which is great, too, I highly recommend purchasing Finestra Art paper to give your Thanksgiving prints a professional finish. White cardstock is another good option if you like a thicker paper with a darker finish for your framed home decor. Regular printer paper works in a pinch but doesn’t product beautiful images.
For the best results with at-home printing, select 8×10 for both the paper size and image size. Check the preview before hitting the print button. Using other paper or image size settings may cause your wall art not to print properly.
For almost all of my home printing, I use a laser printer. My top pick for home color laser printing is the Canon Color ImageCLASS printer. Currently, I use the HP ENVY 5055 for color inkjet printing. You won’t find an inkjet printer with better quality or ease of use at this price point.
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