These free printable Thanksgiving conversation starter cards are a fun way to get the party going at the family dinner table this Thanksgiving!
I just love the holidays, and Thanksgiving is no exception! One of my favorite past times is to spend quality time with my family, and Thanksgiving dinner gets everyone together for a good, hearty meal.
I decided to try making some Thanksgiving conversation starter cards for the dinner table this year. These are such a fun way to get everyone talking, laughing, sharing what they’re thankful for, and learning more about each other along the way. I want to share, so go ahead and print out these cards for free and cut them out. There are 10 different cards with fun Thanksgiving related questions on them, use them at your home this turkey day!
Here’s a fun idea – display your Thanksgiving conversation starter cards at each guests place setting on the table, tied around mini pumpkins. So cute!
Have fun at the table this turkey day with these printable Thanksgiving conversation starter cards!
- Thanksgiving conversation cards printable PDF (please print in color!)
- white card stock paper
To tie onto pumpkins:
- burlap twine
- hole punch
- mini stemmed pumpkins (one for each person)
So this is probably the easiest DIY to set up. Simply print out the Thanksgiving conversation cards PDF onto a single sheet of card stock paper. You can cut out each of the 10 cards and put them into a jar, spread them on the table, or my favorite, use them as a part of your Thanksgiving tablescape decorations!
If you wanted to tie your cards onto mini pumpkins, punch a hole into the left side of each card. Tie your burlap twine first onto the pumpkin stem, then thread it through the hole on the card. Finally, tie a cute little bow to secure.
Want to write in your own Thanksgiving questions?
Click on the image below and it will open in a new window. You can save it and print it out in whatever size you wish. Have fun thinking of some crazy questions!
I hope you enjoy these Thanksgiving conversation starter cards at your dinner table this year!
What is one thing that you’re thankful for?