Happy Thanksgiving Gift Tags: 8 Free Printable Tags

These free printable Happy Thanksgiving gift tags are perfect for accompanying all your Thanksgiving gifts and favors! Get the instant download below.

When I told my husband I was making printable gift tags for Thanksgiving, he asked why, because apparently he doesn’t think it’s common to give gifts on Thanksgiving. But I’m all for an excuse to give cute gifts (and make new printables)! (And don’t worry, the husband has since been enlightened on the many ways these Thanksgiving tags could be used.)

These gift tags are the perfect addition to anything you might be giving this Thanksgiving season: neighbor gifts, ministering gifts, Thanksgiving hostess gifts, favors, teacher gifts, and more. You could even tie one of these cute tags to your leftover boxes that you send home with your guests after Thanksgiving dinner!

Look for the download button at the bottom of this post to get your free printable gift tags!

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Free Thanksgiving gift tag printables

happy thanksgiving gift tag printable on kraft paper background with leaves and buttons

These free printables include “happy thanksgiving” tags and “thankful for you” tags (which also double as more generic fall gift tags). There are eight different designs, featuring fall images of a turkey, pilgrim hats, pumpkin pie, and a cornucopia (you should have plenty of options for any thanksgiving gift or favor!).

The FREE printable PDF at the end of this post contains all 8 tag designs. However, if there’s a particular design you’d like a full sheet of, you can purchase the full file that contains the mixed sheet as well as individual sheets of each tag (it’s inexpensive but just a little something to help compensate me for my time, so I appreciate you!).

8 pages of printable thanksgiving gift tags

Thanksgiving treat ideas to go with these free printable tags

Food and treats always make good (and usually inexpensive) gifts. Here are some fun ideas for Thanksgiving gifts:

  • a mason jar filled with candy corn or your favorite chocolates
  • a loaf of bread: wrap in plastic wrap or wax paper (if it’s not already) and tie a ribbon around it
  • homemade caramels
  • decorated sugar cookies or even sugar cookie decorating kits (I occasionally see kits posted for sale in local Facebook groups or from friends, but you could also make your own)
  • caramel apples
  • homemade jams
  • pie: could be a whole pie or an individual serving. If you’re hosting Thanksgiving, grab some pie boxes to send guests home with leftovers (though, I’d be tempted to keep the pie leftovers for myself because it’s the breakfast of champions post-Thanksgiving).
  • a package or box of microwave popcorn (or a treat bag filled with homemade caramel popcorn)
  • your favorite homemade Chex mix
  • holiday nuts: I feel like you start to see assorted boxes in grocery stores closer to Christmas but you should be able to find some before Thanksgiving too
  • any candy bar: nothing wrong with going simple!

Attach one of these free printable Thanksgiving gift tags and you’re good to go!

free printable happy thanksgiving gift tag on an orange box of cookies wrapped with burlap ribbon

Thanksgiving favor ideas

If you’re making Thanksgiving party favors, pick something inexpensive that’s easy to give to each guest. Fill treat bags with candy corn, Reese’s Pieces, nuts (make sure no one has an allergy), or small chocolates.

If kids will be at your Thanksgiving dinner, you could also go the toy route with pencils/note pads, crazy straws, fidget toys, mini play doh, or bubbles.

Don’t forget to attach a favor tag. Then you can place a favor next to each place setting on your Thanksgiving dinner table or you can have a basket of them near your front door for guests to take on their way out.

The best Thanksgiving hostess gift ideas

These tags are perfect if you want to give a hostess gift to your Thanksgiving host (I can attest that making Thanksgiving dinner is a lot of work, so a hostess gift is a great way to say thank you!). These would make great hostess gifts:

  • a tea towel and spatula (or other kitchen utensil): I like these generic tea towels or you could choose something for Christmas
  • a bottle of sparkling cider (I don’t drink so Martinelli’s for me)
  • a cutting board
  • a game that could be played during or after the meal
  • napkin rings
  • an apron: Most cooks will already have an apron (or several), but it never hurts to have more.
  • food storage containers: You know the host will be going through a bunch, especially if they send you home with Thanksgiving leftovers. If you plan ahead, pick up a box on Black Friday (you can usually find one under $10) and save it for the next Thanksgiving! (And, thanks to my research for this post, this set is now on my wish list…because I’m an adult and Tupperware is exciting.)
  • a Christmas ornament (bonus points if it’s unique and fits your host)
  • a gift card to their favorite drink place or Amazon
  • lotion or hand cream: There’s naturally a lot of hand-washing when prepping a huge meal, so your host will love this gift! (Unfortunately, I have eczema so I stick with the boring unscented stuff.)
  • a cozy pillow or throw blanket: Relaxing after cooking Thanksgiving dinner is at the top of every host’s to-do list.
  • any of the food/treats above (I mean, I’d always welcome chocolate…)

Feel free to combine any of the ideas above to make a Thanksgiving gift basket (doesn’t necessarily have to be for a hostess gift)!

How to use these free Thanksgiving printables

Note: These gift tags are for personal use only and may not be shared, sold, or distributed, in whole or in part. Please do not share this PDF file or the download link–they are for personal use only. Please share a link to this blog post instead!

printable pdf download of happy thanksgiving gift tags

Tips for printing: Make sure your printer settings are set to scale 100% and print at a high quality. For best results, print on white cardstock.

Once printed, you can use a paper trimmer or scissors to cut the tags out. Punch a hole at the top of the tag with a hole punch and tie to your gift with ribbon, baker’s twine, or yarn. So easy, and the perfect personal touch to add to your gift!

thankful for you gift tag with image of pumpkin pie on it

Bonus tip: A fun way to get more use out of your free download is to print extra copies and make Thanksgiving cupcake toppers by trimming the tags or punching circles out of them. You could also add these tags to greeting cards.

Printable Thanksgiving gift tags

These free printable Thanksgiving tags are so fun. Hopefully they’re exactly what you’re looking for to finish your Thanksgiving gift or favor!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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