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Hey everyone! Happy Thursday! I wanted to share a super cute punch art turkey that I saw online by fellow demo Susan Campfield. This is an adorable little treat holder that would be perfect for your little turkeys at Thanksgiving. I can just see these as part of your table settings. So stinking cute!!! So here are the punches, dies, cardstock, and embellishments you’ll need:

  • 1″ Circle for head
  • Lemon Builder Punch for the body and wings
  • Tree Builder Punch for the feet, beak, and waddle
  • Circle Tab Punch for the hat
  • Lots of Labels (largest label) for the bag topper
  • Layering Circles (largest scalloped circle behind the feathers)
  • Bunch of Banners Die for sentiment
  • Soft Suede for the body and hat band
  • Crushed Curry for the beak and feet
  • Basic Black for the hat
  • Cajun Craze for the tag topper
  • Cherry Cobbler for the scalloped circle
  • Foil Snowflakes for the feathers
  • Glitter Enamel Dots for the hat buckle
  • Painted Harvest for the sentiment
  • Cajun Craze ink for the sentiment
  • Googly eyes
  • 2 x 8 Treat bags
  • Stampin’ Dimensionals for banner

Long list of supplies, but oh so worth it the final product! I went ahead and punched, die cut and stamped everything. Then I assembled them using the Multipurpose Glue. It seemed to work the best. I filled the bag first and added the topper and stapled it. Then I glued on the scalloped circle. The pilgrim hat needs a little trimming to create the stove top, but it was just two quick snips to create it. Then I cut a strip of Soft Suede and glued it to the hat, then trimmed to fit and added one of the glitter dots. I assembled the turkey body, added the head, beak, waddle and eyes. My googly eyes had adhesive on them, but you could always use a mini glue dot on them. I added the hat and then glued him to a gold snowflake. I then glued both to the scalloped circle. I stamped the sentiment on the banner and adhered it to the turkey with dimensionals. I just LOVE this guy!! I will say it does take some time to create him, but it is oh so worth it!! I had some mini peanut butter cups on hand so I filled the bag with those. Susan found some Hershey’s apple shaped chocolates filled with caramel at Target that I think were even cuter, more fall like. But hey, you use what you got!! lol Here’s a look at the entire treat holder:

Now you know you want to create some of these for your Thanksgiving table, right? Just head over here to order your supplies.  When you order using Hostess Code 2ESDTGYX and place a $35.00 order (before tax and shipping) I’ll send you a packet of handmade cards all ready for mailing. If you order $50.00 or more, I’ll include a free embellishment. Gotta love happy mail!!

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