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Thanksgiving Place Mat




The clock is always ticking when kids have to sit down to a holiday meal: How long before those rambunctious cousins stage a kids'-table revolt? Eke out a little peace with these clip-art place mats (and it'll be at least 20 minutes before they ask, "Can we puhleeeze be excused?").



  1. Step 1

    Trim kraft paper to 11 by 17 inches, and run the sheets through your printer like regular paper.

  2. Step 2

    Set the place mats out on the table with some cups of crayons, and let the kids have at it.

  3. Step 3

    Download our Turkey Place Mat template

Martha Stewart Living, November 2011



Reviews (3)

  • lfricka 30 Oct, 2011

    I printed it on 8 1/2 x 11 and reduced the size to 60%

  • readingmarie 28 Oct, 2011

    I didn't even realize there was a home printer that took paper that large. But to solve the problem for this great idea, I printed the artwork on legal sized paper by reducing the size to 80%. I also printed enough copies to paste one on both sides of the place mats since kids often want to start over when they feel they have messed up.

  • MommyK2 16 Oct, 2011

    My printer only takes paper no wider than 8 1/2 x 11 ". How am I supposed to print this?