I have an encore presentation from November 19, 2008 that I'm sharing this week. These are some of the turkeys I use for Thanksgiving decor. Just yesterday we retrieved the Thanksgiving box from the attic and I haven't had time to decorate yet. I hope to have new designs, using these turkeys, and other Thanksgiving things soon!
Also at the bottom I am sharing three turkey crafts you can make.
Turkeys for "Turkey Day!"
I bought the turkey, above, at Hobby Lobby a couple of years ago. Last year I added the Give Thanks sign also from Hobby. (See below:)
The large wicker basket turkey is filled with silk florals. I made this years ago and display it every Thanksgiving.
The wicker turkey above is smaller and is filled with purple toned silk florals. I used to sell floral arrangements like this (and other holidays) at a gift shop.
A close-up of the smaller wicker turkey. Notice they both have lace bibs with ribbon bows and pearls!
Thank you for your interest, I hope you enjoyed meeting my turkeys. Come back soon to see these turkeys, pilgrims, cornucopias, and other Thanksgiving decor used in different vignettes!
Also see the turkey crafts below!
My grandson made me this silk leaf turkey pin many years ago. I still wear it! I think it would be easy to make: supplies: silk leaf, popsickle stick, brown pipe cleaner, wobble eyes, paint, pin back.
I bought this cute little flower pot turkey at a craft show. Some of you crafty people could probably man one like him, using wood cutouts with the mini flower pot.
I'm showing this side for you to see how the round circle is glued inside the flower pot.
I bought this turkey hat for my grandson, Caden. I bought it at Target for a dollar. It is made of foam cutouts, I think it would be easy to make. Below, see the back side with elastic band attached.
Have a happy day!