Monday, November 19, 2012

Turkey's ~ Tim style!!!

 
 Hi there~turkey time again!!! Wanted to share these little guys with you because you still have time before Thanksgiving to make you a herd of them.  These are made with the rosette dies {you'll need all three} by Tim Holtz.  He has a tutorial on his blog with the print outs also.  You will need Claudine Hellmuth's sticky-back canvas to make the head of the turkey.  Other than that some colorful fallish paper and your ready~
The link to the tutorial on Tim Holtz blog is HERE.
 
 
They even look great on Pecan pie, as a pie topper!!!!  I had such a fun time making these. This year I'm going to make the rosette Christmas  trees ~I'll keep you posted on that!!
 
 
But my favorite turkey of all is this little guy~
 
 
He was made in 1984 by youngest son, probably with some help!!! A family favorite!!!!
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I have lots of cool vintage Christmas projects to show you and I will start with that after Thanksgiving.  I have a guest blogger for Dec. 6 ~ first one I have ever had. She is special!!!
So see ya tomorrow for Try It Tuesday!!!!
 

18 comments:

  1. Those are some pretty cute turkeys but I want that pie!!!! LOVE your banner by the way.

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  2. I saw Tim's turkey earlier and you did a fab job on them. I love your son's turkey. A real keeper.

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  3. These are super cute Connie! I love this cute idea!!!

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  4. oh i am so loving those turkeys!! way too cute

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  5. OMYGOSH!!!! Your turkeys are just AMAZING Connie! LOVE THEM!!! And love love love the one your son made!!! That is AWESOME!!!

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  6. Love the turkeys!!! Especially the last one.-love the kidlet projects.

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  7. oh my word how totally cute... I LOVE THESE...those little turkeys are just so cute... awwwww

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  8. These are beautiful and yes, look great on pecan pie. They'd be great for place cards too. :) I have a sweet assortment of handmade turkeys that Alexa has made over the years. They're my favorites too! Happy Thanksgiving, Connie!

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  9. Oh, for heaven's sake, those are adorable!! Thanks for sharing them!

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  10. Aawww your turkeys are sooo cute!!

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  11. These turkeys are so festive! I love all the detail. I must admit that your son's turkey is the sweetest thing ever. Love it!

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  12. What a fabulous idea for the rosettes! Love your turkeys!

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