Thanksgiving Gift Bag Ideas for A Wonderful Time

Thanksgiving is a busy time of year, and you don’t want to spend hours cooking. The good news is that you don’t have to! With these super simple Thanksgiving gift bags, you can make it easy on yourself—and your guests will love them too!

Use a paper bag or printed canvas bag.

If you’re looking for a festive bag that’s easy to find, consider using a paper grocery bag or printed canvas gift bag. Both are available at your local grocery store and will add some cheer to the table—especially if you’re trying to keep things on the cheap!

If you want something with handles, try small gift bags with handles. These can be found in most craft stores or online retailers like Amazon or Target. You could also go big with a large gift bag with handles for those who have everything already but still need something special for themselves this year!

Wrap string around the top of the bag and tie it in a bow to make it look more like a miniature brown paper bag

When you’ve finished wrapping your gift, tie the string around the top of the bag and tie it in a bow. You can use string or yarn, depending on what sort of look you want to achieve. If you’re using a glue gun, secure the bow by applying some hot glue once you’ve tied it off. You may also want to punch holes for your string using a hole punch before tying everything together!

Decorate the bags with stickers, stamps or markers that have a fall motif such as leaves and turkey

To decorate the bags, you can use stickers and stamps with a fall motif. Examples of these include leaves and turkeys. These items are available at most craft stores, as well as online. If you don’t want to buy them, however, you can create your own stickers or stamps using scissors or paper punches like we did when we made our Thanksgiving place cards!

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Fill each bag with something your guests can read while they are waiting for dinner

When it comes to filling your gift bags, you have a lot of options. Here are some suggestions:

  • When it comes to books, people love a good murder mystery or biography. If you don’t have time to read the book yourself and want to get your guest started on their own time, consider gifting an audiobook instead!
  • Magazines are another great option for any age group—especially if you fill them with seasonal magazines that feature recipes or holiday decorating ideas.

Any small gift item will be perfect: some suggestions are mini chocolate bars, cute erasers shaped like pumpkins or mini feather boas (if you want to go all out). If you want to get creative with your gifts for this event, here are some ideas:

  • A holiday-themed book that children can read together before dinner begins
  • Candy corn lip balm
  • A deck of playing cards featuring animal mascots from each state – these would turn into fun games during dinner if there is an odd number of guests at your table

We hope that you found these ideas for Thanksgiving gift bags helpful, and we wish you a happy holiday season!

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