Neighborhood Thanksgiving Turkey Printable Set

We both have the best neighbors, but we hate that we don’t get to visit with them as much as we would like. We thought it would be fun to have a Thanksgiving Turkey to pass around the neighborhood this November to let our neighbors know we are grateful for them.

Here is what you do- print the two documents, attach them to a treat, and then deliver them to a neighbor! Be sure not to let them see you!  Hopefully, by months end, you will be able to drive past all your neighbors and see that the Thanksgiving Turkey has passed through their homes too!

Here is the cute little poem that we came up with:
 
The Thanksgiving Turkey has come this year,
To bring our neighborhood grateful cheer.
 
It seems we are so busy we can only say hi,
And before we know it the year has gone by.
 
We feel so blessed that you are our friend,
And hope our friendship will never end.
 
Now that you know we love living near you,
Share this Turkey with a neighbor friend too!
 


 
Where I am not going to be delivering this for another week or so, I decided to go with a more traditional trail mix.  I found THIS one over at Baby Jaynes that had a few fun ingredients and decided to head in that direction.  I included unsalted Peanuts, colored Fishies, mini Teddy Grahams, mini Oreos, Candy Corn, Raisins and M&M’s! 


I went ahead and attached a couple “Turkey” feathers to make it fun!  I tried several ways of attaching the letter, but decided I liked it just folded in half.  That way as soon as it is in their hands they can read the poem.  When I deliver it I will print the Turkey Printable on cardstock and just place the Treat Jar on top of it on our neighbors doorstep! That way the Turkey printable won’t be bent.  They will be displaying in a front window after all!
 
 
We hope this Printable is able to put a smile on you and your neighborhoods faces this upcoming month! Thanks!

Pam Dana

I am a wife and mom that is over the moon for family, traditions and fun! I love to share lots of printables, DIY's, kids activities and my families favorite recipes! I am married to my husband, Scott, and we have 3 beautiful children and together they are my world!

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    Leapfrog and Ladybugs

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    >Wow! I LOVE this! I'm your newest follower hopping over from Sun Scholars… Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Grandma Bonnie

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    >What a wonderful way to share with your neighbors.
    Stopping by from the Creative Bloggers party hop.
    Hope you stop by for a visit.

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    The Johnson's

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    >Thank you for this fun printable! I posted a link on my blog to this and am excited to start it this week! A great reminder to be grateful for all that we have.

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    Anonymous

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    >I love, love, love the neighborhood turkey printable – so cute. Our neighborhood did a halloween one for a while, but I WAY prefer this! Thanks! & Thanks for linking up at Living Life Intentionally Linky Party =-)
    Beth

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    Aimee from Classified: Mom

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    >Thanks for the printable- I just pinned it on Pinterest! Thank you for sharing this with us on The Sunday Showcase

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    Tonia @ TheGunnySack.com

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    >I love this idea! It is like the Boo Bags at Halloween! Thanks for sharing!

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    Michelle

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    >This is such a wonderful idea! I love it! So cute. 🙂

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    Trina

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    >Thanks for linking to my trail mix! Love your idea to do a neighborhood turkey. So cute!!

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    Mamie

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    >This is a nice alternative to being "boo ed". Love it!

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    Mrs. McKown

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    >Love this Thanksgiving Turkey idea! We "Boo!" in our neighborhood, so it will be nice to send a turkey to our friends!
    Thanks for sharing!

    ❤Mrs. McKown
    Little Literacy Learners

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    Sundi

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    >Yes, I do love ikea!! And thanks for featuring me!! Love the trail mix too 🙂

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    Pam (Haslem) Dana

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    >The jar is from Ikea! Gotta love Ikea!

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    Carly

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    >Where did you get the super cute jar?

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