Thanksgiving Place Cards with Tombow Color Pencils

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Supplies for the post were give to me by American Tombow Inc. as part of their ambassador program.  
All opinions are my own, affiliate links included.Easy diy to make your Thanksgiving tablescape stand out--place cards with thankful words and autumn images colored with tombow color pencils 24 roll.
Thanksgiving Place Cards with Tombow Color Pencils

Hey friends, I'm getting ready for Thanksgiving, even though Halloween is tomorrow.  If I don't plan and work ahead, it just does not happen in time for the event.  Halloween is thought and planned all through August and September and then it's swiftly on to other holidays.  It can feel a bit weird, but fun too.  My kids never quite know what to expect!  Ha.  Today I am showcasing Tombow's fabulous Color Pencils roll.  
They come pre-filled in a roll bag.  They are smooth and blend with ease...perfect for excellent coloring.
There's a good variety of colors, plus gold and silver metallic!  So they are great for pretty much every day doodling--up to the colored pencil artist!

They wrap and tie for ease of storage and travel.  Great paired with grown up coloring books for a gift!
Or perfect for some place setting cards for the holidays.  Feel free to write names on the cards.  I just never know who's coming and where they'll I write random thankful words and scatter them around the table.  Let's get started!

You will need:
White cardstock cut to 5" by 4"...scored and folded in half on the 4" inch side
Tombow Color Pencils 24 Roll
Tombow Fudenosuke Colored Pens
Then get creative!  Involve kids or the neighbors!  Draw a cornucopia filled with harvest fruits and veggies...pumpkins, leaves, a turkey or anything else that reminds you of Thanksgiving or Autumn.
The colored pencils draw so smoothly and blend expertly!  You will never want to go back to cheapy colored pencils again.
Then use a Fudenosuke brush pen to write names or thankful words.
Like blessed...
and Thankful!
What are some ways you celebrate the month of thanks?
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