Monday, October 11, 2010

Thanksgiving Turkey Napkin Ring.

Hi Everyone:  Well, Thanksgiving dinner is done and everything cleaned up and put away.  I was watching the news this morning and one of the statistics was that is take 12 hours to shop for the turkey and all the other goodies, chop, slice, mash,  stuff and cook the turkey, 20 min to eat and 4 hours to clean up.  Something is wrong with that picture.  Oh well, we all enjoyed the dinner and it  was fun to have the family around.

Tangled Up in Creativity blog group has been issued a challenge.  You can check out the challenge HERE. April's Blog. We are to make something that boy scouts could make in about an hour and give to a Senior's home.  So this is my creation, turkey napkin rings. 

These are very easy.  Using a scallop circle punch, punch 4 circles using different colours card stock  Punch one for the turkey and cut one scallop for the head and 3 for his feet.  Sponge his feathers and add feet and eyes using a marker.  Add his waddle, I used an upside down heart and a piece for his beak.  Attach to a strip of card stock, and voila, you have a Thanksgiving Turkey Napkin Ring.

Don't forget the Clearance Rack

It's also a happy time over at Stampin' Up! as there are 200 new items in the clearance rack...You saw right 200 new items at very reduced prices (up to 80%). These will be here until they are sold out, so if you are wanting some new product, check out my site HERE and shop til you drop. Who doesn't like a good deal!

So, it's back to work tomorrow.
Until next time...


  1. Fun napkin rings and clever too. Great idea.

  2. AWWW - how cute are they!! And, the boys could easily crank these out for our service project.

  3. How adorable! I bet they would be fun to make!

  4. How Cute! This would be a great project when time is limited and so much fun at the same time for the boy scouts to make!

  5. These are adorable Karen! What a great project!

  6. Your napkins rings are just too cute! What a great idea!

  7. I love your fun turkey napkin rings!! What a great way to dress up the holiday table!


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