Wednesday, November 09, 2011

CraftJunkieToo Thanksgiving Design Team Share

Happy Happy Wednesday My Blogger Friends and a
VERY SPECIAL WELCOME to all my visiting CraftJunkieToo Friends
who are visiting my blog. 

Today, Tracy over at CraftJunkieToo asked her Design Team members to participate in a special CraftJunkieToo Design Team Thanksgiving Project Post.  We were asked to create a Thanksgiving Project (designers choice) and I want to share the Thanksgiving Treats that I'm making for my Grandkids to share with their fellow classmates for Thanksgiving.  Here are those treats........
 I started out with these SERIOUSLY CUTE Turkey's............
 And added them to the top of a pencil.......To create a Fun Turkey Pencil Topper.
The Turkey bodies were made with 1-1/4" and 1" circle punches.  The fethers were made from a small oval punch.  I punched out one each of Red, Yellow, Tan, Green and Orange cardstock to form the feathers for my turkey.
 I assemblied my turkey's..........
 And more turkey's..........
 And attached pencils to those turkeys.........
 And MORE Turkey's on Pencils........
 And just when I thought I might be done making turkey pencils.........
 I realized that I had to put together a total of 175 Turkey Pencils for all of my grandschool grandkids!
 So kept punching........
 And kept sticking assemblied turkey's to the end of the pencils.......
 Until I FINALLY reached the magical number of 175............
 It was a lot of work....and with the help of my trusty 1" and 1-1/4" Circle Punch....and my small oval punch......I was able to pull these together for my grandkids to give out to their fellow classmates the week of Thanksgiving.
 I also added some black doddle lines to the edges of each of the ovals.....It seriously gave the Turkey feathers that little something something that I was looking to finish off my Turkey Pencils.
 Here's the punches I used for the Turkey Body.
And the Trio Punch was used to create the Turkey's feet.
I have to say.........All in All....This was a FUN project and I just know my Grandkids are going to love handing these treats out to their fellow classmates for Thanksgiving. 

Many Thanks to Tracy for this Design Team Challenge......It was FUN and I look forward to our next Design Team Challenge (scheduled for November 23rd).

Thanks for joining me today - I'll be back tomorrow with more Kards by Kadie creations ..........
Hope you can join me. 

Keep Living Your Dream!

9 comments:

ShawnfromMN said...

WOW!!!! What a great project and so much work!!! Thank you for sharing - i am sure the recipients will love em!!!

Shelley said...

These are so cute! And wow....175 of them! :) Great job Kadie! I know they'll love them!

Hugs!

Shelley
Fellow CJTooDT member
http://carleys-closet.blogspot.com
shelleymace21gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Love this idea! Your Grandchildren have the best Grandma to punch and assemble all those turkeys.Your fingers must be sore.I know they will be so excited to hand them out to their little friends.Thank you so much for sharing this project with us

Kristy said...

These are seriously cute! I love that you were able to just use punches and love the doodling! ;)
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Linda said...

I have to say what a gift of love. What we want do for our grands. Great idea and thanks for sharing.

Chriss America Real said...

Oh my goodness! What a fantastic project! I am so impressed! I make one turkey and I have to go lie down! lol!

I am a Guest Designer at 3 Girl Jam today and they gave me a prize to give away. Stop by if you would like to try to win. Everyone is welcome!

www.chrissandlou.blogspot.com

Mary Fish said...

gobble-licious. hugs, m

Babe O'Mara said...

Fantastic project. Your grandkids will love them. They are so lucky to have a Gramma like you. Nice job.

Babe

Cheryl Gaffney said...

I love these little turkeys!! Great job. It sure looks like a lot of work, but totally worth it. I'm sure they will be loved.


Hugs, Cheryl @ CardsbyCG.blogspot.com