For your Thanksgiving centerpiece this year, why not make it an interactive arrangement? That’s right, a Thankful Tree with leaves leaves printed, trimmed and ready for your guests to share their gratitude. Once they have added their sentiment they simply tie their leaf or leaves onto the centerpiece branches. I have made it very easy for you to add this into your holiday plans with a full tutorial below on how to get this look. I have also included a printable leaf pattern with the script starter words, or a blank printable if you would like to leave more room to write and finally a Silhouette template for those who have the machine. All three versions are available in one folder when you click the button at the end of the post. For my centerpiece I used the metallic papers in Gold Leaf, Antique Gold, Bronze, Violette and Ruby. All of these are available at paper-papers.com and you can use either text or card stock for this project. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s full table setting and leaf place card I made for my (early since I will be in Amsterdam on the actual day) Thanksgiving dinner. Cheers! ~ Lia
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