Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Decorate to Celebrate #64 - Thanksgiving/Fall

Happy Wednesday, everyone!! I hope you are having a great week!! We actually had a light dusting of snow Monday night. Ugh. Thankfully, it didn't stay on the ground long. But it's supposed to get down to 18 tonight. It seems too early to be this cold already. I hope that doesn't mean a long, cold winter :/


It's time for another challenge at Decorate to Celebrate. The theme this week is Thanksgiving/Fall Part 2. Let's celebrate everything wonderful about turkeys, pilgrims, family, being thankful and more with your table decorations, party banners, pennants, yard signs, cupcakes, party favors and more :)


For my Thanksgiving table, I had to create Tim Holtz' Quirky Turkeys from last year!! I just love them and couldn't wait to make them this Thanksgiving season :)


I followed Tim's instructions, including printing out the template for the turkey body. I made the wire holders from 20 gage wire. The tickets are Spellbinders Labels and Tags dies. Both sentiments are from K Andrew Design's Fall-o-ween stamp set.


I am entering these in the following challenges:
  1. Craft It Up & Link It Up - Thanskgiving
  2. Little Scrap Pieces - Anything Goes
  3. DL.Art - November Linky
  4. Funday Friday Challenge - Things With Wings
  5. Sunday Funday - November Linky
  6. Just B Creative Crazy - November Linky

Funny that I was posting my turkey project and I look out the window and see this!! There were actually eight of them...one is hidden behind the tree. Their coloring is so beautiful, isn't it??!!




Now it's your turn!! Head on over to Decorate to Celebrate to see the amazing projects my talented design team sisters have created for today's challenge. Then link up your Thanksgiving/Fall project...I can't wait to see what you create :)

50 comments:

  1. Gobble Gobble!!!
    I just LOVE your turkeys!!! they are awesome!!
    And the pics of the real ones are pretty awesome too :)
    Another FAB project!
    Thanks for sharing my friend and have a GREAT hump day!

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  2. oh! soo...cute!!! love your thanks giving table place card..!

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  3. Love your turkeys and even the real ones.. We have wild turkeys here but they are on the colder side on the island. TFS Lisa!

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  4. Oh Lisa!! you are truy the master crafter! These are absolutely brilliant! The paper is tdf gorgeous! Those turkeys are so very sweet, love the last one - posing for the camera, lol! Stunning work, my friend!

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  5. Oh my I love these so much why didn't I think of this ha thank you dear friend for giving so much inspiration to us all. hugs

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  6. Lisa these are so cute! What a fun idea for the table settings. That is funny that all those turkeys were in your yard when you were doing these!

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  7. That is so pretty how you made those Turkey table setting, love them. I can believe you have turkeys in your yard, lol

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  8. Absolutely fantastic such an amazing idea - thank you indeed for sharing this fabolous Project!
    xoxo SanDee1899

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  9. These are just so much fun and what a fabulous technique. You always share the most unique and creative ideas. Love them.
    Hugs,
    Larelyn

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  10. SONO SEMPRE ORIGINALISSIMI I TUOI LAVORI...OTTIMO IL RISULTATO FINALE
    CIAO DA ALE

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  11. Oh, these are so cute! Thanks giving in US most often coincides with our countries traditional celebration Martini (not the champagne :), but unfortunately we eat goose or cock - otherwise this would be an idea that I would definitely like to use on our celebratory table.

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  12. Lovely little turkeys. Really fun place cards for a Thanksgiving dinner or get together. We also have wild turkeys that like to lurk around. They all disappear right around Thanksgiving. Creative Bliss Dear...

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  13. Sooooo cute cute cute you did a great job and tfs the pics!!!

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  14. I see cuteness!!! These are just fabulous! Love the pictures too! Beautiful..

    Susie

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  15. What a great decoration!!! I went and pinned TH's instructions!
    We have lots of turkeys go through our yard and I never tire of seeing them!

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  16. These turkeys are super, super cute! Love the pic too! Have a wonderful day.
    Gerda

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  17. Lisa these turkey place cards are sooooo adorable!!!! I just love how cute they are and how cute they would look on the dinner table..so creative you are! Love the real pics too!! Thanks for joining us this week at Jo's FFC "Things with Wings"!
    Hugs,
    Jo
    xoxox

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  18. Love your table place cards! How super cute and the rosettes are so colorful! Super cute idea!! I need to go check TH instructions out:)
    Wow, I am just getting a kick out of the pictures.....how cool is this! The last one is SO posing for you...even some attitude, lol! SO fun!!!
    Sherrie K

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  19. These are absolutely fabulous Lisa, I love them!!!
    Kevin xx

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  20. Oh my goodness Lisa, these are gorgeous! It wa -10c (14) here today but meant to warm up a little. Winter is definitely on its way :-)

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  21. WOW! fantastic pictures of your visitors:) :) I absolutely LOVE those name place cards and a fantastic idea to use rosettes for those lovely turkeys. Fabulous project my friend.
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  22. How cute are those turkeys? Super fun. I love the colours!

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  23. I love these!! So cute. And the real ones...aww, to see that out your window. I heard it's gonna be a cold wet winter here in Georgia. Yuk! We've had crazy weather this year...so much rain this spring and summer (which we needed!) but also means a possible wet winter. It's so cold the last couple nights. In the 20's. Brrr.

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  24. How super cute and adorable these are!!! I might have to make some of these cute little fellows..thanks for once again inspiring!! Those real "guys" better run and hide if they know what's good for them...lol....How fun to be able to capture the pictures of them! Have a great week my friend!!

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  25. Your Thanksgiving table is going to be adorable. I love the shape. We have turkeys in our area too. They take forever to cross the street.

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  26. My sweetest friend, how absolutely gorgeous are these gobble gobbles?! What a fantastic idea and I love your take on them. The papers are perfection... how brilliant are the colors and patterns as rosettes. I love the sentiments that you have so beautifully rising up from them. I can't even imagine more lovely Thanksgiving table decorations than these turkeys, my dear Lisa. You are ever inspiring! Fantastic project and so wonderfully designed. I hope you're having a happy week, despite the steep drop in temps. :( I feel so unprepared for this!

    Hugs and blessings!

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  27. I love your beautiful rosette turkeys, the papers are so pretty! I also love your awesome turkey photos, they are really beautiful! Thank you for sharing!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  28. Good glory, Lisa! Turkeys everywhere!!!!! I think yours are WAY cuter than the yard birds.......fun idea and great for the table. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. What fabulous little turkeys, love the papers you used. And WOW, you have turkeys in your yard, do you hunt your own for Thanksgiving??...lol

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  30. This is just FABULOUS my friend!!! Your turkeys are ADORABLE!!!
    Have a wonderful day my friend,
    M'
    ♥ Crafting With Creative M ♥
    ♥ 2 Creative Chicks Challenge Blog ♥

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  31. Those turkeys are so cool! I am happy you made them again because I missed them the first time!

    I cannot believe that you have turkeys in your back yard. Awesome!!!

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  32. Lisa I love love your beautiful little turkeys!! What fun decorations, would love those on my table :) What a blessing to be able to see the wild turkey right in your yard! Hope you get a little warmer weather. Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  33. Love these Lisa. I'm thinking about using them this year too. Love the papers you used. Have a great day my friend.
    Cheri

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  34. I remember Tim's quirky turkeys and yours are just gorgeous! I wish we had Thanksgiving in the UK just to be able to make some of these to decorate my table!! Lol.Have a great weekend Lisa.
    Jayne x

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  35. these place settings are so pretty! the distressed look makes it perfect to match any decor, i think! and love the turkey pics! :D

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  36. Very cool project, Lisa! I love the paper you used for the turkey and the inking looks great! I really like how you added the tickets too! I hope you have a great day! :)

    Karen
    craftedwithlovebykaren.blogspot.com

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  37. These are just wonderful. Love those pictures!! Have a great weekend my crafty friend.

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  38. I forgot to say Thank you so much for joining us at Craftin Desert Divas “Thanksgiving“ Linky Party.

    Tara
    Craftin Desert Diva's

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  39. LOVE these!! The paper you used is just beautiful! :)

    We have wild turkeys that roam our streets where we live, and I don't even live in a rural area. It is hilarious watching them walking down the sidewalk. They do cause some traffic jams tho because they take FOREVER to cross the street and cars just have to sit and wait!! Some people get quite annoyed.... I think it's funny!! :)

    By the way... I love the view from your window, it's gorgeous!! I just get to see all my neighbors houses and cars go by. :(

    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Lori

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  40. These are awesome. Love the colors and this project is fantastic for all. Thanks for sharing. http://OhMyScraps2U.blogspot.com

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  41. Eek, I LOVE YOUR TURKEYS!!! They are so cool! How hilarious that you saw wild turkeys after making them. Looks like you live in a very beautiful place :)

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  42. Your turkey place setting. The colors are wonderful. How wonderful that you were able to take pictures of the Turkeys in your back yard. Very beautiful.
    Hugs,
    Cindy Lou

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  43. These are perfect for Thanksgiving !! Love the turkeys !!

    Mayra
    Mayrasdesigns.BlogSpot.com

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  44. These are delightful! These make me think of a conversation my hubby had with some second graders the other day. My hubby was informed that the male turkey protects the eggs because their bright coloring scares off any predators! Hee! Hee! Gotta love 7 year olds!
    Hugs!
    Debbie

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  45. So so beautiful! I have been seeing your gorgeous project all over and I have been oohing over it and hadn't had a chance to stop by to let you know how much I LURVE this!!! You make the sweetest creations! You have all the perfect ingredients to make the perfect projects ALWAYS!

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  46. Love these Lisa.......such fabulous creations! Thanks for sharing the turkey photos too, really enjoyed seeing them!

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  47. OMG Lisa, your little turkeys are just TOO CUTE my friend!!! great project and idea :)

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  48. those turkey place holders are SOOOO CUTE! great photos of the wild turkeys, too. :)

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  49. Love, love, love these turkey they are beautiful. Fabulous pics as well my friend.
    Have a creative day.
    Hugs Nana
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