Monday, November 12, 2012

Let's Talk Turkey!

Hello everyone! This is Cassandra from CREATING with COLOR by CASSANDRA.  I am so super excited to be with you all week long as a Guest Designer.  Thank you so much to Joy for such a wonderful opportunity.

Since next week is Thanksgiving, I thought I would show you a variety of projects this week that will hopefully inspire you and get your creative juices flowing for the upcoming holidays. For today's project, how about a super cute centerpiece for your Thanksgiving dinner table?


I have to admit, this might be one of my most favorite projects I have ever made!  I got the inspiration for him a couple of months ago when I went to my very first Archiver's store while visiting Atlanta.  They had a classic looking turkey made with full rosettes that was on display.  And the minute I saw it, I knew I had to make my own version of one.  I absolutely love how he turned out!!!


Here is more of a side view so you can see the dimension.  My super cute little turkey (the body) is cut with the Create A Critter ~ Cricut Cartridge.  And all of his beautiful "feathers" are cut with the Ribbons & Rosettes ~ Cricut Cartridge.  

Now, most of the time when you make a rosette you make a full circle.  Instead, for this project I only wanted to make a half circle rosette.  So, to get them to stay firm and upright, I used some good quality cardstock for the rosettes.  All of those papers are from the Simple Stories ~ Harvest Lane Collection.  Then, on the bottom of each rosette - I adhered a long, flat wooden craft stick - cut to length for each layer.  And I used a hot glue gun to attach them all to that little wooden base.


To add his sweet little face, I used the Peachy Keen Stamps ~ Critter Faces stamp set.  I colored in his eyes with a white ~ Sakura Gelly Roll Pen, his beak and little jigglie thingy with yellow and red ~ Zig Writer Pens, and a little chalk for his cheeks.  The patterned paper for his body is from the My Mind's Eye ~ Lost and Found Halloween Collection.  The brown and yellow cardstock are from Bazzill.

I hand cut the little label.  The paper for the label is from the Simple Stories ~ Harvest Lane Collection.  And the "Happy Thanksgiving" sentiment is from the My Creative Time ~ Piles of Smiles stamp set.


I hope you enjoy him as much as I enjoyed making him!  He was super simple to make and put together.  Give it a shot.  Your holiday guests will love him!!!

**********GIVEAWAY**********
Ok everyone, how about a giveaway?  Or how about two giveaways?!?  Since it's Thanksgiving next week, I have the Simply Scarecrow ~ Cricut Cartridge & the My Creative Time ~ Piles of Smiles stamp set to give away!  Woot!  Woot!



All you have to do is leave a comment on this post.  And then hop on over to my blog and leave a comment on my Guest Designer post over there.  I will draw one winner from all the comments this week on this blog and one winner from all the comments this week on the Guest Designer posts on my blog.  SO...for more chances to win...make sure you leave a comment on each post for each day!  And don't forget to leave a way for me to contact you.  You will have until midnight MST on Sunday, November 18th to get your comments in.  I will use random.org to pick the winners.  And I will announce both winners on my blog on Tuesday, November 20th.  Good Luck!
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Well, that's it for Day 1.  Thanks for stopping by.  I can't wait to see you all again tomorrow for Day 2!  

~ Cassandra



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196 comments:

  1. Fabulous turkey. I will have to maket this for the holiday. So glad you went to Atlanta. Thanks for paying the inspiration forward!

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  2. WOW aren't you creative~~ What a unique idea you are one talented gal no doubt....again WOW!! I am so excited to see what all you've got cooked up in your crafty pot to serve up this week!!! TFS!!!

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  3. Your turkey centerpiece is so adorable!

    sherri_braun@hotmail.com

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  4. so cute!! I love that is 3D!
    Kristan
    sierrababy08 at hotmail dot com

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  5. Sooo cute, I believe the little ones could assemble this if I cut them out and help with the glue gun. Thanks for such a cute idea!!
    miller896042 at bellsouth dot net

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  6. So adorable! My girls would love to make this for teacher gifts.

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  7. First of all welcome Cassandra, I'm looking forward to all that you have to share with us, starting with your adorable 3D turkey. What a great idea for the feathers! Absolutely love it!!

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  8. Great turkey...love it...
    Please enter me in the give away...love the Fall items

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  9. Super cute turkey! love her feathers.

    Luanne

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  10. Love your turkey! What a great idea and it packs a big punch!

    Beth Anne

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  11. That is the sweetest turkey I've ever seen! Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  12. Gobble gobble - that turkey is adorable! I'd love a chance to win the cartridge and stamp set!! :) ~Kathy

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  13. So excited I really want this cart it's too cute ;)
    Thanks for the chance to win ;)
    Kat ..
    Zoezerkat@cox.net

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  14. I love the turkey! I can easily do the rosettes, now to figure out a turkey cut as I don't have that cart...

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  15. ADORABLE Cassandra!!! The rosettes area brilliant idea!!! LOVE!!!

    housesbuiltofcards@gmail.com
    www.housesbuiltofcards.blogspot.com

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  16. Adorable turkey--I really like the rosettes and the papers you used.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  17. that little turkey is so cute!!
    thanks for sharing

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  18. What a cute little turkey!
    juliew50@ymail.com

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  19. I LOVE it! I am going to make one for myself and family members. This will be perfect for the ones with limited space for decorations. And, luckily I have those 2 cartridges. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Cassandra, this is absolutely adorable!!! How clever of you - I just love him!!!

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  21. Such a beautiful little turkey! Thanks for inspiring us all!

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  22. WOW!!! this is sooo creative and totally caaa-UTE! awesome JOB my friend :)

    Micia

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  23. Great job! I love how this all came together! Wonderful Blog Candy. I don't have either of those in my collection. BTW the jiggly thingie is the Wattle!!!! This will look great on your table.

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  24. Totally going to case this idea for my Thanksgiving table!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. This is so adorable Cassandra!! I want to make one now!! I think my mom would love this so I may make it for her!

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  26. What a cute centerpiece! I may have to make this for my buffet table!

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  27. Wow this is an amazing Turkey, I will have to make one of these too! Great \job and thanks for sharing!

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  28. I've been struggling with what to do for place cards & I think I've just found my answer here- a little smaller version of course. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  29. This is guy is so cute!!!! I will put this on my to do list for next since I already have my birds for this year.

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  30. Love the turkey-and I have the cartridges to make it too!!

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  31. What a cute turkey! Thanks for sharing it nd for the chance to win.

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  32. Congrats Cassandra on being the guest designer glad to see you sharing your talents, Your turkey is just adorable can't wait to see all your other projects!

    later tater,
    laney

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  33. Love the turkey. Very cute design and gives me great ideas to use my Ribbons and Rosettes cartridge.

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  34. Great idea's! Love the turkey. Hope i can make it. lol ty

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  35. What an adorable turkey. My daughter was just commenting that my turkey was blah! Guess I will have to get create a critter and follow your example. TFS

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  36. OMGosh Cassandra!!!

    I LOVE him! What an adorable project!

    Ruthie :)

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  37. great job! thanks for sharing your talent! thaks for a chance to win too!

    bdcampers@msn.com

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  38. Great Turkey - can't wait to see what else you design and inspire us with

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  39. What an adorable centerpeice, namecard, whatever! Love the little guy's face too :o) Thanks for sharing, and an opportunity to win.
    TK Watson bofussss at msn dot com

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  40. Cute idea Cassandra. Thanks for sharing!

    April
    nginerd at gmail dot com

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  41. cutest turkey ever. tfs.
    littlen44 at gmail dot com

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  42. Wow, your turkey is fantastic. I love the fanned out 'feathers'.

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  43. Yay! I figured it out! I know where to post to everyday now! Can't wait to explore your blog! I'm new and looking forward to your new creations!
    kevindonna88@gmail.com

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  44. What a cute and clever idea. I will have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing and for the inspiration.

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  45. The turkey is adorable! I love the idea of using rosettes for the feathers. TFS!

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  46. What a fun idea! I may have to give this a try. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  47. Cute turkey. Great Thanksgiving cartridge. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

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  48. WoW! What a perfect decoration for my Thanksgiving table. Thank you for the great give a way.

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  49. He is sooo cute. And there are several other cartridges that you could use to create him. Where did you get the wooden block?
    Jean in Madison

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  50. Love it! Love it! Love it! What a cute idea. Have to make one. Thanks for sharing. agent3547 at aol dot com

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  51. The turkey is just beautiful. What a great idea for my Thanksgiving table. I have both cartridges which it good. Keep up the good work.
    Gerry

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  52. Love this I'm going to scraplift this for sure.

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  53. I love how you made a way to use 1/2 rosettes! Very clever! Great idea all around (I love that Harvest Lane collection!!!!) TFS!

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  54. D Evans said love the turkey... sooo cute.....

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  55. Rose said...
    He's a cutie! Darn,I don't have those cart.My wish list is getting longer & longer.Thanks for sharing,can't wait to see all of your projects you have for us this week!Thanks for the giveaways,now to your blog!
    Rosebud222222222

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  56. Wow, Cassandra that is something else!!! Great work! Love and Hugs, Cathryn :)

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  57. Love this adorable turkey.

    punkyann@iserv.net

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  58. What a great craft to make with the kids. It looks easy, and he's so fun to look at! This cartridge will have to go on on my wish list. I love the font, and the turkey holding the little banner. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us!
    Happy Thanksgiving!! Ana from Lake Forest ')

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  59. WOW Cassandra! This is the cutest turkey centerpiece EVER!!!! Amazing job girl, you are totally rocking it! Hugs- Glora

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  60. Fab turkey...I love your creations!! Lee-Ann :)

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  61. I love this project and know I must try making one for a table display and maybe gifts if it goes well :D Great job!
    quilt 4 fun 2 at hot mail dot com

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  62. UMG! This turkey is so cute! I am going to try onr tonight when I get home from work. But I will be thinking about it all day until I can get to my craft room!!

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  63. So cute. Love the Turkey. I am going to try and make one. Thanks for sharing.

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  64. I saw the turkey in my Archiver's, too, and thought how cute he was! I think I like yours even better, though!
    Thanks for the chance to win the cart an the stamp/die set!! WOW!!

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  65. Wonderful idea Cassandra!!! Thanks for sharing, can wait to see what you post tomorrow ;) have a wonderful day!
    Liz

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  66. Great centerpiece idea. Love new ideas anytime!

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  67. I LOVE your little turkey centerpiece! Of course I have to make one or more! Thanks

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  68. Wow, what a cute centerpiece. Love it, tfs!

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  69. This is absolutely adorable! Thanks for the very detailed instructions!!!

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  70. This is adorable.
    I am going to make this for Thanksgiving.

    What size did you make this, his body and the rosettes?

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  71. I love your turkey. I love the paper choices, the peachy stamped face, and the clever way you anchored your turkey to a stable base. I am inspired to create this adorable turkey!

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  72. This has got to be the cutest turkey I have ever seen. Great job.

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  73. Cutest little turkey I think I have ever seen in all my born days!!!! Cassandra, you rock!!!! :)

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  74. Your turkey is adorable! It will make a great addition to your Thanksgiving decorations. Thanks for the chance to win!
    tcsobotka at charter dot net

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  75. AWWW how cute and of course I am a subscriber

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  76. Cute idea! Thanks for sharing & the opportunity to win some great gifts.

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  77. Very cute turkey centerpiece. Thanks for the chance to win.
    sekala45@roadrunner.com

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  78. Super cute turkey! Thanks for the chance to win some fun prizes!

    Debra Hudson

    onecraftygirl2010@hotmail.com

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  79. Just found your blog! So excited!! I can't wait to read what all you have going on! Thanks!

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  80. Oops! my email is erichandandrea@hotmail.com Thanks!

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  81. Darling center piece. Thanks for the tutorial. Also, thanks for the chance for some awesome blog candy.

    Hugs, CyndiU
    cureta2 at yahoo dot com

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  82. OMG!!!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS Miss Cassandra!!!! EXCELLENT job my sweet friend!;)
    Big HUGS,
    Emma;)

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  83. A big hand for Cassandra! "The crowd roars". I just love that little 3 D turkey you made with Create a Critter and the sweet tail just adds so much character. Thanks for sharing.

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  84. Super cute 3-D turkey! Great holiday decor idea, thank you for sharing.

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  85. I love this turkey! I'm going to try it with my grandkids at Thanksgiving. I think they'd have so much fun putting him together. Thanks for the idea!

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  86. adorable turkey love all the details that you gave, thanks for the tips, great idea to use PKS for his face
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  87. I don't know where everyone get all these ideas. The turkey is the cutest thing ever !! I would love to make afew for gifts at Thanksgiving time or as place settings. Thank you for the chance to win them.434

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  88. He is adorable Cassandra!! I can see why it is one of your favorites!! I so want to make one of these now. :)
    Hugs,
    Lori

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  89. I am in love with him! So, so adorable!

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  90. What an adorable turkey..he is so cute.

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  91. what a cute turkey...I am going to have to make something very similar to this!!!

    Thanks for the inspiration.

    Cindy cstark72@gmail.com

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  92. This is too cute and I would have never thought of the rosette as a tail! GREAT IDEA!
    Teresa
    www.createenjoyshare.blogspot.com

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  93. Love the Turkey. I will try this. We go to a friend's cabin for Thanksgiving. It would be a nice gift.

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  94. What a cute little turkey, thanks for sharing.

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  95. This is adorable!!! Thanks for the inspiration!!!

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  96. Love your turkey! Wish I had that cart but maybe I can give it a try with a different cart! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  97. Love the turkey. Will be making one with my daughter now thanks to your inspiration.

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  98. This turkey is too cute! I am complelled to give it a try. The only thing I don't have is the stamp for his face. I'll have to make due with chalks & googlie eyes.

    TFS

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  99. Oh I love this little turkey. I so want to make one, but I don't have the ribbon and rosette cartridge. I might have to go get it.

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  100. So adorable. I didn't know there was a rosette cartridge.

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  101. Gret Thanksgiving decoration...so unique. Thanks for sharing and have a great "turkey" day!!

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  102. I totally love your little table topper turkey!
    We already celebrated Thanksgiving in Canada. But we need to remember to count our blessings all year!

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  103. I love this turkey! thanks for sharing!

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  104. This is such a fabulous project!! Love the pattern papers you used.

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  105. This turkey is amazing!! So cute!
    Ra6352 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  106. Your turkey is darling! Love the papers!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  107. That turkey is divine - love him! I would be proud to serve him at my table ... as a centerpiece, that is! lol (rebyah1@gmail.com)

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  108. So sad that being Canadian, my Thanksgiving is gone..... but there's always next year! I love it and I have most of the items needed to make it! Yippee! Thanks for sharing this with us.

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  109. This turkey is waaay TOO CUTE!!! You chose really beautiful paper patterns. Makes the perfect center piece. I would love to try this project. Thank you so much for sharing. Hugz:) Taylor

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  110. This is just 2 cute!!!
    Sandy@ turtlelover@firehousemail.com

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  111. Adorable turkey decoration. Great inspirational idea!!

    Carol

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  112. So adorable!!!! I love how he came out! Sorry, but I will have to scraplift him!!!
    Leaving a comment on both blogs ;-)

    rissaflor atyahoo dotcom

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  113. What a great idea-love the turkey!

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  114. Love your turkey Cassandra -- I am headed to your blog for more inspiration.
    Karen L 1020 at gmail dot com

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  115. Awesome project!!! Very Creative.

    mimicaro9650 at yahoo dot com
    http://www.whodatscrapper.blogspot.com

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  116. Phyllis Johnson said what a fabulous and cute turkey for the holiday season!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!! Love your designers. I get so inspired by their work!!!

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  117. Well, your little gobbler is just as cute as he can be. So a nice little touch for our Thanksgiving decor. jlsateplusdotnet

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  118. Your turkey is just too cute. Love that face and the papers you used.
    stuff at gt dot rr dot com

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  119. What a cute gobbler!! Thank you for sharing!

    katkane43 at aol dot com

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  120. I am so going to attempt this. It is so cute. I have wanted the Scarecrow cartridge since last year and couldn't find it in the stores. buck2@casscomm.com

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  121. What a cute table decoration! Will have to try this.
    patpionkeathotmaildotcom

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  122. This is so super cute. I might make a smaller version for a card. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  123. That turkey is so cute! What a clever idea! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  124. This Turkey is so adorable. Love the papers you used and the face is priceless. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Anne
    anmatt1@aol.com

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  125. This turkey is a perfect centerpiece for the thanksgiving dinner. I would like to tried. Thanks for share with us! Happy day!

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  126. darling turkey. I never would have thought of this.

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  127. Super cute- can't wait to try!
    TGD in Centerville

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  128. LOVE LOVE LOVE this cute turkey!! I am really trying to get more creative with my scrapbooking products and adventure out into stuff like this!!!

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  129. OMG!! I could just GOBBLE him up, LOL! I always seem to copy other ppls ideas, not smart enough to think these things up on my own. TFS.

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  130. Cute turkey project...neat inspiration. Thanks for sharing.
    Lothringen from MI

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  131. So adorable, Cassandra.

    Tina
    aurathentic@gmail.com

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  132. Cassandra: Thanks for the cute project. I'm definitely going to try it this weekend!

    vharrison 902 at gmail dot com

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  133. Congratulations on designing for Joy all week. Love your turkey, he's adorable. What a perfect table setting.

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  134. That is one great Turkey!!! I would love to make one too! Thanks for sharing!!!

    ckcrafty@gmail.com

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  135. Welcome! I love this adorable turkey. I think I'll get my kids in on this project. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  136. I am going to have to try this one. I have both cartridges and it is soooooooo cute.
    linda
    lmkindel1@verizon.net

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  137. Phyllis Johnson said what a cute centerpiece!!! These would even make great place settings if made smaller. love the idea!!! Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win!!! johnson@cozadtel.net

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  138. Oh my gosh are you kidding me? What an awesome idea. This turned out so stinkin cute. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  139. Phyllis Johnson johnson@cozadtel.net posted on facebook and also commented on both blogs. What a cute turkey!!! Can't wait to make one of these. Thanks for the inspiration. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

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  140. Most awesome turkey and I can put a few toys to use! Awesome job.
    Kristi
    kidshomelove@yahoo.com

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  141. Thank you so much for sharing this darling little turkey! He is just so cute and so inspiring you can be sure I will try to make one in the future.
    Thank you for the chance to win one of two great prizes I will be keeping my fingers crossed.

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  142. As soon as I saw this I ran right out and bought the Ribbons & Rosettes cart. I just HAVE to make this turkey! What an inspiration you are. Thanks for the opportunity to win these great prizes. Pick me! Pick me!

    Janet R. in Topeka KS

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  143. Your turkey is adorable! i love him. You did a great job.
    I am a follower of your blog. I love the stamp set best. Both are great giveaways. Thank you. Edwina Brown

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  144. Thanks for the turkey. Toooo cute! Thanks also for the chance to win both the cartridge and the stamp set.

    Debbie91001

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  145. This turkey is adorable!!! These would make such cute center pieces for the tables. Gonna have to try them!!! Thanks for the chance to win these!!! :-)

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  146. Love your turkey !!
    Anna N.
    ann2236@juno.com

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  147. love the turkey!!! Big fan of the cricut. Just found your blog and immediately subscribed to it. New to "blogging" so I left the post in another entry too LOL!

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  148. Your little turkey is so cute! I love the fan folded tail and the lovely colours. Very creative!

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  149. I love this turkey, how cute! Great job! You are so creative.

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  150. Oh' Cassandra, that turkey is so stinkin' cute! No I have to have this cartridge.

    Thanks to Joy for having you and thanks to you both for the giveaway.

    Hugs...Tracy @ Cotton Pickin Cute
    cpcblogging(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  151. What a great addition to any Thanksgiving table.Can't wait to try it!

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  152. I LOVE this turkey, so cute!!! What a creative use of rosettes! And I'd LOVE to win the giveaway, too!

    anndiehl@centurytel.net

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  153. these turkeys are awesome. thanks for the inspiration and a chance to win.

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  154. What a great centerpiece! This is the cutest turkey! Love it! ~hugs, Saundra Luvscrappingtogether at gmail dot com

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  155. I love the turkey! Such a cute idea. I am going to attempt to make it for this Thanksgiving! Thanks!

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  156. That turkey is darling! Love the rosettes for his tail.

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  157. I am going to have to make something similar for my table. I love this little guy!

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  158. I just love the turkey. I'm not having Thanksgiving at my house, but I may have to ask my sister if she needs a centerpiece!

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  159. I Love him! I must try this for our Thanksgiving table. What a cute stamp set and cartridge. Thanks so mush for sharing your talents!
    Tammy B.
    tbrownlee@natlcrane.com

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  160. Very cute idea- I'll have to try and make one for my Thanksgiving table. Thank you for sharing.
    Lisa (pagesbylisa@hotmail.com)

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  161. love the turkey! Love the stamps too!

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  162. This is so freakin cute!! I have both those cartridges..would have never thought to use the rosettes for feathers! How creative!

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  163. That is a really cute Turkey! Love the rosette idea.

    Carla from Utah

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  164. Adorable Turkeys! Thanks got the idea & the tip on keeping three half Rosettes open.

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  165. Oh WOW Cassandra,your turkey is TOO CUTE!great idea for Thanksgiving,Thank you for sharing this AWESOME project my friend!!!:)

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  166. love, love the turkey you are truly creative Phyllis / fefelu

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  167. Ohmygoodness!!!!!!! Your turkey is ADORABLE!!! :) Nice to see you here!

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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  168. How cute! Love, love this idea. Thanks Kathie (kdobbins194807@yahoo.com)

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  169. Love the turkey!!! He is just so cute. I may have to try to make him too! Thanks!!!

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  170. Your turkey is ADORABLE!!!! Shari (cricutrookie)
    cricutrookie at aol dot com

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  171. This is too cute, I never would've thought something like this up myself.

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  172. Adorable turkey!!! Love the rosette feathers :)

    sueot33@yahoo.com

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  173. I love the TURKEY!!!!!!!!It's soooooo cute!!!!!!!!!I'm going to make one!
    Thanks!!!!!!!

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  174. This is sooooo totally beyond ADORABLE! I LOVE this Turkey you are soooo talented my friend! Hugs, Leanne

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  175. That is the cutest!! TFS.
    Congrats on the guest spot.
    dmcardmaker (at AOL)
    (email follower both blogs:)

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  176. today I had a dental appointment, blah...but after seeing these it brightened my day. Very adorable! Thanks for sharing and for a chance to win! I hope I do.

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  177. Super cute! Absolutely love the idea of using the rosette as the cute turkey's feathers!

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  178. Fabulous ideas. Keep up the good work. sakortan@gmgail.com Love to win.

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  179. i love your turkey. Thanks for the tutorial..That's a cool idea

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  180. Oh I LOVE this...you are so creative! He is just the cutest turkey I think I have ever seen! Your choices of papers are perfect too. TFS I can't wait to see what else you are going to wow us with this week...well done!
    Beth Anne in PA
    woody42997 at aol dot com

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  181. Love Love Love the turkey. My own might be making an appearance at the table this coming week.

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  182. Awesome turkey. Love that you made the tail with rosettes. Too cute.

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  183. Just darling, what a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  184. Love this Turkey. I REALLY need to try making one myself. Thanks for sharing your awesome creativity:)

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  185. This is the cutest Turkey ever! OMG I could see several of these around my house.

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  186. This is a really cute Turkey.

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  187. Can you please post the sizes of your cuts? Thanks!

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