Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Turkey Day Table Decor with Imaginisce

Hello blogging friends. I have a fabulous project today to share with you that I created with my Imaginisce Bushel O' Fall papers. I love decorating for a party! These turkeys are going to look great on my Thanksgiving tables. The Imaginisce Bushel O' Fall pattern papers were a perfect choice. I love those yellow, orange, and reds mixed with a touch of teal blue. 

The inspiration for these came from a Minnesota scrapbook store in Pine City.  I saw some of these rosette turkeys while on a girl's outing last Spring and thought to myself... I need to make something similar to that! Here is the Pine City Scrapbook Store version ....

Here are some close-ups of my turkeys ....

These turkeys were easy to make. I created 3 rosettes using 1", 1.25", and 1.5" strips of pattern papers. I used my i-Top punches to cover the middle of the rosette, so it still looks like turkey feathers. Use a small in the front and a large one in the back to cover the hole in the middle. You want them to look nice from a back view too. 

WARNING .... Making these is addictive..... 

Imaginisce : Pattern Papers (Bushel O'Fall), i-Top, small, large punches, i-Bond Hot Glue Gun
Core'dinations cardstock
Silhouette Cameo (ticket cut file) and I used the Print and Cut feature for the text on the tickets
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Memo Pins
ScorePal Scoreboard

Oh, and those cute little wood veneer leaves are on sale in the Clique Store, just use coupon code Marcia10 to get 10% off :) 
and if you happen to be driving by Pine City, Minnesota .... This scrapbook store is well worth a visit!

Thanks for stopping by...


  1. Super cute and I want
    to make some, but
    what did you use to
    make the head of
    the turkey and did
    you just glue it on
    or cut a slit?
    Carla from Utah

  2. I agree...is the head a Silhouette file????

    1. Yes, it is a Silhouette cut file Design ID 4011. Sorry for not posting that. I erased the feet and tail

  3. So super cute Marcia!!! Such a very cute idea for any table! My boys would love them. : )

  4. Forgot to say -- I love the Pine City Scrapbook Store too! Such a big fun store full of inspiration.


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