Wednesday, November 11, 2015

# Autumn # Lisa Blastick

Tom the Turkey Table Decorations with Lisa Blastick

Hi everyone! It's Lisa back today sharing a new project and video tutorial on my Tom the Turkey Table Decorations for Cheery Lynn Designs. I wanted to make some cute little turkeys for my table this upcoming Thanksgiving. My brother has five children and I thought they would like them on their plates and then they can take them home. They are about 4 inches tall and 3 inches wide. Super easy to make and it gives your Thanksgiving table a bit of color. These were also inspired by this week's challenge "Autumn Colors"
The papers I used are only one sided patterned papers for my rosettes/feathers, but you can use double sided patterned papers to give your turkey a more fuller feathered look. I also added little wiggly eyes on the kraft turkey head, just to make them more playful for the children.
Here you can see the Tom the Turkeys from above...They really are fun to make....
Here is the quick video tutorial on how I made them: 
Thanks for watching! 


Cheery Lynn Designs Dies Used:

Be sure to check out this week's challenge "Autumn Colors" for your chance to win $20 from the Cheery Lynn Designs Store.
Have a great day! 
Hugs, Lisa

3 comments:

  1. wow this is so clever and creative,,,Loved it Lisa
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  2. Those are so cute and thanks for the video as well showing how you did it.

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