To start off with, I made this adorable Turkey from a fun challenge over at Creative Kuts on FB where you do a Build-A-Project...so fun. The files are mailed to you for free just for playing along. Get over there and play along and get your Turkeys turned in by Sunday. Then you can play again next week!!!
Next I want to share another Creative Kuts file that I made for a challenge over in our Forum for the Paper Piecing Challenge hosted by our DT member Bonnie. This Sunflower Treat Box I made 4 times for all 4 of the Grand kids yesterday to give them for Thanksgiving, I filled with some M&M's and other treats.
Next, I have these adorable Napkin Rings that I made with the 5 and 6 year old yesterday. I got the Turkey from SVG Attic. The Rings I got at the dollar store and ripped off the not so attractivr sunflowers that were on them. I cut the pieces and showed the kids how to layer them up. With the help of their Mom, they glued all of the Turkeys together. I added the beak's and eyes and then hot glued then to the rings. Loved this super fun project with the kids!!!
and last but not least...My 6 year old Grandson wanted to make a Robot Turkey for his Kindergarten class project. I cut and sent hin the pieces for a Robot from my Best of 2010 Cricut Cartridge and Turkey Parts from Svg Attic and Creative Kuts. When I he came over for Thanksgiving yesterday, he brought it to share with me...It Is Soooooo Cute!!!!!!!
That is it for now but I will be back soon to start posting some Christmas Projects!!!
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Have a Wonderful Day!!!
You have LOTS of great turkey projects. Can't wait to see the Christmas ones.
Stop by when you can.
I adore that robot turkey! I used to have my students disguise a turkey every year. I don't ever remember seeing a robot disguise. It is brilliant.
Fabulous turkey! ;) Hugs x
Wonderful job on all of these!
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