This week I have been a little MIA. After the crazy week of Halloween, apparently I needed a break, so I got sick! Sometimes I feel like that is the only time I get to take a real break.
It was awful, not a simple cold, but the worst sore throat I can remember in my adult life. Add in a fever and I have got nothing done this week (but I am caught up on all my TV shows).
I was planning on sharing a gorgeous serving tray for Thanksgiving appetizers, but it’s not done. I did manage to get a little computer time to get me out of bed and decided to make some free printable Thanksgiving art to share!
I am really loving the leaves that I created for the November digital backgrounds, so I wanted to find a way to use them again.
And since my Thanksgiving decorations are very bare, I was inspired to create some free printables.
For instant decorations, print out these beautiful Thanksgiving printables, put them in my 20 minute rustic picture frames and it’ll make a huge impact for the holiday in just a few minutes. That is good for me since I am running out of time.
I plan on getting some pictures of the printed artwork all framed and looking pretty, but alas, I was trying not to exhaust myself. I really need to get well.
I usually tend to go 110% as soon as I start feeling better, but then I get worn out too fast and end up needing a break again. It’s a vicious cycle.
So maybe tomorrow I’ll be able to get some photos. But lucky for you, you don’t have to wait to download your own free printable Thanksgiving art.
*Updated: I am feeling much better today, my daughter is playing happily and I have crossed 3 things off my checklist so far.
Yeah for feeling better! I have updated this post with the photos of the printed artwork. I hope you enjoy the photos.
I decided to just let the beauty of fall all over my yard be the backdrop and couldn’t be happier. Fall is just too pretty not to love 🙂
If you are ready to download your own free printable Thanksgiving art, just click the links below the image of the art you want!
I hope your November is starting off better than ours, but if not, remember to give thanks for what you have.
Today, I am thankful for my sweet husband who stayed home and helped me with the kids so I could rest, and my amazing sister who made sure my family was fed last night while I was sleeping. Isn’t family the best?