Creating Lasting Thanksgiving Traditions with a Home Laminator

Though it certainly doesn’t belong in the kitchen, your laminator can still help you prepare for Thanksgiving Day with easy, homemade  laminated projects. Rather than creating new disposable projects each year, laminated crafts can be cleaned up and reused year after year. A perfect way to create holiday traditions! Get the best home laminator for holiday planning. Also, stock up on laminating pouches.

Curate Family Recipes with Laminated Recipe Cards

Favorite Thanksgiving recipes can last through generations with proper care. Laminate your family recipes on these template recipe cards. Laminated, they can last through many a messy Thanksgiving kitchen prep. Keep them organized in a binder to pass on to the kids. Bring them out every year to share past holiday memories.

Thanksgiving Recipe Card

Download the Free Thanksgiving Recipe Printable

Decorate the Kid’s Table with Festive Placemats

 

Until that day when one of the kids gets to sit at the adult’s table, they will have fond memories of the kid’s table decorations and activities. Laminating place mats keeps them reusable year after year and easy to clean. Also have a coloring template handy to keep the little kids occupied.  Kids can draw, erase and draw again with the dry erase laminated coloring page.

Thanksgiving placemat   Thanksgiving Coloring Page.png

Download the Free Thanksgiving Placemats Printable

Download the Free Turkey Coloring Page Printable

Make Giving Thanks a Holiday Tradition

Set these decorative cards next to every place setting before dinner is served so each guest can reflect on why they are giving thanks this holiday. Family and friends will look forward to seeing the cards at the dinner table with each Thanksgiving. By laminating these cards, you can make them last for generations to come.

Why our you Thankful at Thanksgiving

Download the Free Giving Thanks Card Printable

In this digital age, when things come and go so quickly, it is even more important to maintain traditions that hold family together.

 

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