I love to share Free Printables, and today I am sharing one I hope you will love. I am excited about spending Thanksgiving with our family this year, and today I have created something fun to share with everyone as we get closer to that Holiday.
One of the most popular posts I wrote when I first started blogging was a tutorial on how to print on burlap. I LOVE burlap, and printing on burlap is a really cool way to share a fun printable. It’s also a very quick and easy project to do.
Let’s gather our supplies for this project:
- home inkjet printer
- freezer paper
- and the free printable
- mod podge
You can get the free printable without watermark by clicking the picture below, or by clicking here.
Step 1: The first thing you will want to do is download the printable without watermark. You can click the link above and do this.
Step 2: I have already created a tutorial on how to print on burlap, so make sure you head over to this post and make sure to follow all of the instructions on how to set up your burlap. (ironing on the freezer paper, etc.)
Step 3: Once you have your burlap attached to the freezer paper, go ahead and print out the burlap, making sure you rotate what you are printing so it prints out correctly.
Step 4: After you have printed your free printable on burlap, get your canvas and mod podge ready.
Step 5: Apply the Mod Podge liberally to the canvas, and then place down your burlap. For this canvas, I did not remove the freezer paper because of the porous nature of the burlap.
Allow your Mod Podge to dry, and you now should have a beautiful Thankful burlap canvas to share with your family and friends this upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
Or add it to your mantle for display.
Make sure to check out what my other friends are sharing for you today!
Home on Deranged http://www.homeonderanged.com has a family post about the first and last Thanksgiving spent with mom.
Kiss My List http://www.kissmylist.com/thanksgiving-tree/ is sharing a simple but meaningful family craft project that does double duty as Thanksgiving decor.
The Rowdy Baker http://www.therowdybaker.com has posted a recipe for an Iced Pumpkin Roll with a Butterscotch Cream Cheese Filling.
Writer B is Me http://bethteliho.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/pass-the-effins-please/ will share a humorous story about what happens when someone is asked to make the mashed potatoes one too many times.
And Baking In A Tornado http://www.bakinginatornado.com will share a recipe for that leftover turkey.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and this Being Thankful Free Printable, and make sure to check out those other fun posts to get you ready for Thanksgiving.