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Saturday, November 01, 2014

Turkey Place Settings by Nicole

Hey everyone, Nicole here on the blog today.  Now I know Halloween was yesterday, but as a crafter and mom I have learned I need to quickly change gears as soon as one holiday is over and stark preparing for the next.  This year our little family decided to stay home for the holidays and I thought it would be fun to make these sweet little turkeys to decorate our table.

I started with Samantha's Turkey cupcake holder.
I cut the tail feathers from three different papers and inked the edges of each before assembling.  The names I cut using Samantha Walker's SW Perfect Susan Font from yellow cardstock.
A bit of packing tape secures the base.  .
I then assembled the rest of the turkey using all three pattern papers offset for the background tail feathers.  Once finished assembling I used a regular cupcake paper and glued it to the inside.  

The glued cupcake paper inside make for a pretty secure little treat holder.  I filled mine with yummy toasted pumpkin seeds.  We'll see if there is any left by the time Thanksgiving comes ;)

I know I'll be glad I prepared these early as the big day gets closer.  
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