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Happy Thanksgiving!  I thought I’d share the food tents that I will be using on my table setting this week.  They are designed on a chalkboard background, with a hand drawn turkey and a classic chalk font.

Simply download the Word Document for the printable files.  Make sure you have the font, Chalk Hand Lettering” installed on your computer.  You can download the font for free here.  Or, if you prefer, you can use any font installed on your computer. Then simply open the Word document, add your own wording in the text fields, and print out as many as you like.

Note:  I designed these to work as either folded “tents” or flat place cards.  There is a thin grey line on the print sheet.  You can either score along that line for tents, or cut along that line to make flat place cards.

You can use these for more than food, too!  Put the names of each guest on a card, and use at their place setting.  You can also fill out the text field with things you are thankful for, and make a thoughtful centerpiece.

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