What does Thanksgiving really look like in your home? I made this free printable Thanksgiving wall art using a fun quote by Richelle E. Goodrich to start conversations and “good noise” in your home this holiday! For those of you who do not celebrate Thanksgiving, I figured that this can work for many holiday events, and didn’t make it too specific. If this is still not relevant to you – don’t worry! I have more free printables coming up for the holiday season, and some that are generic and not seasonal.
Thanksgiving is a time when traditionally family gets together. The table is heaped with bountiful food, there is lots of cheerful chatter and good-natured bickering. And of course, everyone takes the time to reminisce the blessings of the past year, and be thankful for them.
Print this free printable Thanksgiving wall art and place it on a mantle, a gallery wall, or anywhere your guests will see it!
This version has a small water mark on the bottom, and is an 8.5×11 size PDF. If you would like it in 8×10 AND 8.5×11 inches, in JPG and PDF formats, and of course, without a watermark, you can purchase the download for a few dollars here. Otherwise, you can simply continue onward to get the free version.
How to print the free printable Thanksgiving wall art:
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- Choose which one you would like to print, and open the PDF. The file is for 8.5 x 11 Letter size paper.
- For 8×10: Insert 8×10 inch photo paper into your printer, and set your printer to the correct paper size. Don’t the “scale to fit” option when you print. Look at the preview to make sure it crops nicely, and adjust accordingly. Frame using an 8 x 10 inch photo frame.
- For 8.5 x 11: If you’d like to print on regular copy paper (which is what I do), you can – just frame it in adocument frame. For that, you don’t want to “scale to fit” either.
- For A4: follow the instructions for 8 x 10.
- For any other sizes: Anything larger than 8.5 x 11 inches will not look sharp when printed. You can print smaller – however, you should probably click “scale to fit” there. If the proportions are a little off, there will be a little white along that edge (which you can trim and matte if you’d like).