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Thanksgiving Signs – Gifts For Thanksgiving Day


November is coming, and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. It’s time for you to celebrate a bountiful harvest as well as give thanks to God for a complete and peaceful life. Thanksgiving decorations are a great way to bring the holiday spirit to your space. Let’s enjoy this special occasion by getting beautiful Thanksgiving Signs for home decor.

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Unique Thanksgiving Signs & Other Items For Your Home Decor

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Are you looking for an accent for home decor on Thanksgiving Day? Let’s choose this Truck Wooden Sign. It will bring a new look to your space and help you enjoy the holiday.

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If you need an item for home decor on holidays, this door cover is a great idea. It will help you brighten your home space and leave a great impression on your guests.

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How to make your door decoration look so beautiful on holidays? Let’s try door covers. These items can bring great spirit to your home.

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Do you feel bored with your home decor? Why don’t you go to the shop and get your favorite ornament to brighten up your home and enjoy this holiday?

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If you’re a Jesus lover, this accent is definitely for you. Let’s decorate your home with this wooden ornament. It will bring gratitude and appreciation to your space.

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Do you have any ideas to decorate your home for the upcoming holiday? Let’s try this ornament for decoration. You can hang it on the tree and make your space look so wonderful.

8 Fun Facts About Thanksgiving

What do you know about Thanksgiving? These facts below will help you discover more exciting things about this memorable holiday. 

  • The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621. It lasted three days and had 50 Pilgrims and 90 Wampanoag Indians joining. Historians assume that only five ladies were present.
  • The original Thanksgiving did not include turkey. Venison, duck, goose, oysters, lobster, eel, and fish were almost offered, as were pumpkins and cranberries. There is no pumpkin pie or cranberry sauce.
  • On October 3, 1863, Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday. After 17 years of sending letters, Sarah Josepha Hale, the author of “Mary Had a Little Lamb”, persuaded Lincoln to declare Thanksgiving a national holiday.
  • Presidents of the United States have a mixed record of pardoning turkeys. Although Harry Truman is widely regarded as the first president to pardon a turkey, this is not entirely correct. He was the first person to be presented with a ceremonial turkey from the National Turkey Federation, and he ate it for dinner. John F. Kennedy was the first president to send a Thanksgiving turkey to a petting zoo, followed by Richard Nixon, who sent his bird to a zoo. In 1989, President George H.W. Bush codified the turkey pardoning custom.
  • In the United States, there are four towns called “Turkey.” They can be found in Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, and North Carolina, among other places.
  • According to research, on Thanksgiving, the average number of calories consumed is 4,500. Americans eat 704 million pounds of turkey every occasion.
  • Butterball answers more than 100,000 turkey-cooking questions via their Butterball Turkey Hotline each November and December.
  • The tradition of football on Thanksgiving began in 1876 with a game between Yale and Princeton. 
  • The popular Christmas carol “Jingle Bells,” penned by James Lord Pierpont in 1857, was not intended to be about Christmas. Originally titled “One Horse Open Sleigh,” the song was intended to be sung on Thanksgiving. In 1859, the title was altered to “Jingle Bells, or the One Horse Open Sleigh” when it was reissued. It became a Christmas carol.

Best Thanksgiving Quotes

Here are great quotes that you can use to bring spirit to Thanksgiving Day. They will help you feel grateful any time you need them.

1. “Gratitude is when memory is stored in the heart and not in the mind.” 

– Lionel Hampton –

2. “True forgiveness is when you can say, ‘Thank you for that experience.'”

– Oprah Winfrey –

3. “Be thankful for everything that happens in your life; it’s all an experience.”

– Roy T. Bennett –

4. “The turkey. The sweet potatoes. The stuffing. The pumpkin pie. Is there anything else we all can agree so vehemently about? I don’t think so.”

– Nora Ephron – 

5. “Thanksgiving is the meal we aspire for other meals to resemble.”

– Jonathan Safran Foer –

6. “For me, every hour is grace. And I feel gratitude in my heart each time I can meet someone and look at his or her smile.”

– Elie Wiesel –

7. “The Pilgrims made seven times more graves than huts. No Americans have been more impoverished than these who, nevertheless, set aside a day of thanksgiving.”

– U. Westermayer –

8. “Thanksgiving comes to us out of the prehistoric dimness, universal to all ages and all faiths. At whatever straws we must grasp, there is always a time for gratitude and new beginnings.”

– Robert Moskin –

9. “We can always find something to be thankful for, no matter what may be the burden of our wants or the special subject of our petitions.”

– Albert Barnes –


With Thanksgiving signs and other accessories items from Flagwix, you can bring a new look to your home and add holiday spirit to your home decor. If you’re looking for an item to decorate your space for the holidays, Flagwix is a trustworthy store that you should visit. Let’s add fantastic decorative items to make your area look so beautiful.

Related Questions

Crezon board, Redwood and Cedarwood are materials you should use to make a sign. These kinds of wood are water proof and durable.

You can use Clear soft wax and water-based poly compounds such as Polycrylic. They will help you transparently protect the painted coat while not changing the color of the wax.

You can use a gentle cloth dampened with water and a little detergent to clean indoor signs. For outdoor signs, you should use clean water and shampoo.

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