11/10/11

Memoir of Thanksgiving Blessings {free pdf}

It’s almost Thanksgiving and as thrilled as I am about the table spread with all my favorites, I truly love this time of year for so much more!  Besides the good food and naps during football, it’s a day for letting my heart spill over with thankfulness!  It’s the perfect time to reflect on all the blessings that I often take for granted!  In keeping with tradition, every Thanksgiving, we take turns sharing with each other, the things that make us feel the most blessed.  This year and in the years to come, I thought it would be super special if we began a Memoir of Thanksgiving Blessings!

I made a document for you to print and use to record the precious words of thankfulness from each member of your family this year.  Scribble scrabble all over, fill it out with an organized list, or have each family member write their own!?!  Print as many copies as you think you’ll need.  Place it in a frame and let the family write on the glass with a dry erase marker the rest of the month.  Store in a thin binder with sheet protectors.  Or add it to your scrapbook!  However you choose to display your memoir, be sure to add to it each year!  Nothing fills our hearts with more joy then to be reminded of our many blessings!

 

1. Click on image

2. Chose file, save as
3. Save to desktop
4. Print on 8 1/2 x 11 sheet
5. Feel free to leave a comment or email me if you have any questions.
6. Please refer others to my link rather than “copy/pasting” my file.  Thanks lots.
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Comments

  1. Love this idea, and I especially love the simple design of the page. Thanks for sharing! I’d love it if you shared this tomorrow at “One Creative Weekend” on OneCreativeMommy.com.

  2. Such a wonderful idea! I love creating traditions with my family. Thank you so much for linking up to Taking A Timeout Thursday!
    -Trish @ Mom On Timeout
    http://www.MomOnTimeout.com

  3. Iris {Sweet Metel Moments} says:

    So cute! I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Stopping by from Skip to my Lou!

  4. The Wallace Family says:

    So cute! Thanks for sharing it with us. Your blog is adorable:) I know I can think of many things to be thankful for:)

  5. Elle and Lou says:

    Very sweet and understated.

  6. Zaira says:

    I love this, thanks! Found you through SYS 🙂

  7. ~Tablescapes By Diane~ says:

    Hi lovely lady.
    This is a great idea! Thanks so much for sharing with us all.
    Im your newest follower on your lovely blog now. I hope you can come over and see me also.
    I also hope you have a great week with your sweet family.
    XXOO Diane

  8. Laura @ digiartcafe.com says:

    What a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing!

  9. White Ironstone Cottage says:

    Hi Aimee
    Love this idea
    Our family says what we are grateful for at dinner each night it is a great way to start a meal and a conversation
    I love your Blessed board
    Thanks for sharing
    I am your newest follower too
    xo
    Pam

  10. So Very cute! thank you!

    Meredith From A Mother Seeking Come find me on my blog, A Mother Seeking…

  11. Andrea @Oasis Accents says:

    Such a cute idea! Thanks so much for sharing at Sunday’s Best =)

  12. This is so great. Love it! And thanks for visiting my blog, A Mother Seeking. I am going to be starting a new link party on gratitude…. hoping you might link this up when I do!

  13. Amy says:

    super cute!!! you’re so creative!

  14. Cranberry Morning says:

    Nice idea! Thanks.

  15. Maria says:

    What a sweet idea! I love it! Thanks for sharing!

  16. Just Made That Way says:

    What a Fabulous idea! I love it…

    Have a great weekend
    Rochelle

  17. Lindsay says:

    Very cute idea! And thank you for sharing it with the rest of us!

  18. Jodi says:

    oh such a wonderful idea!

  19. Emily @ 52 Mantels says:

    That’s so wonderful, Aimee!! Such a great idea. I’m pinning it right now 🙂