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A Thanksgiving Printable Set

  Surprise! I'm comin' atcha in the evening tonight to hand-deliver a fun and free printable for your Thanksgiving festivities. I have whipped up a Thank You Card and a set of little Gift Tags for you to use on Thursday. Simply click the image above to download. I recommend printing the items on cardstock paper on a color printer. Or you can go to your local Kinko's or Fedex store and request that they print it for you.Here are some ideas to get you started:  Attach the gift tag to a bottle of wine and bring it to Thanksgiving Dinner. On the back of the card, write 2 - 3 things you appreciate about the hostess. Tuck it in an...

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Free Thanksgiving Wine Label Printable

I hope you have a peaceful and fulfilling Thanksgiving, whatever your traditions are. In the spirit of the holiday, I have created a free printable wine label for you to dress up your hostess gifts! Please print as many as you'd like. What You'll Need:1. Bottle of Wine or Spirits2. Double-Sided Tape (Or regular tape will work)3. Scissors4. Printable Directions:1. Click below to download the printable. The print size is at 8.5x11" (standard printer).2. Cut out the printable along the border. 3. Fill in the "To" and "From" sections. 4. Use double-sided tape to attach to your bottle (you can remove the label first if you'd like, but it's not required - this printable wraps around a standard size bottle). 5. Bring your...

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DIY Gold Painted Pumpkins

Halloween is my favorite Holiday. I mean, I like it more than Christmas. Maybe it's the air getting crisp on my morning walks with Patty, or maybe it's that everything is covered in Pumpkin Spice, or maybe it's the beautiful scenery and changing colors. Or the opportunity to carve pumpkins. This year, I wanted to do my own take on Pumpkin Decor, so I spent a nice sunny fall morning making this DIY to share with you. Enjoy! Don't forget to post your finished pumpkins on Instagram and tag me at paperraven.co so I can see! 1. Gather your materials! I grabbed the mini Pumpkins from my local grocery store, and if you need some cheap (but good!) paint, you can head over...

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