Gratitude Jar Free Printable Download

What are you grateful for? Get ready for Thanksgiving with a printable gratitude jar. Three years ago, I made this Thankful Thanksgiving Jar that really helped my family recognize some of our blessings. Here is a darling variation from Paper Coterie.

Simply print a label for your jar and fill it full of your family’s responses to a series of fun and unique gratitude prompts. Want a creative and meaningful Thanksgiving activity? Read through your family’s responses before or after Thanksgiving dinner. Are you ready to create a year full of abundance? Keep adding responses to the jar throughout the coming year. Next Thanksgiving, you’ll have a full year of blessings to reflect on and be grateful for.


Wife, mom of 5, and creator of Somewhat Simple, Stephanie has a passion to create and inspire. She is an Orange County transplant who is now enjoying life in Phoenix, AZ. She enjoys traveling, shopping, organizing, cooking and creating simple projects for her home and family.
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  1. Hi,
    We are doing this as a Girl Scout Thanksgiving craft. Thanks for positing it!
    I printed out the Thankful Jar label (love the colors!), and I am just wondering if you have any tips for adhering it to the glass jar. For example, should I use: Elmer’s glue, glue stick, paper cement, etc.


    • I would use a piece of clear packing tape right over the top of it- this will “laminate” the label to protect it better and it is safe for the girls to use as opposed to something toxic or dangerous such as hot glue and I don’t know how well the Elmer’s glue would hold it! :)

  2. Great idea – thanks! I definitely want to try this with my kiddos and with my girl scouts!

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