turkey turkey, who has a turkey??

turkeys!! yes, i know it is super early to be thinking about thanksgiving already, but i had to show off these cute little turkeys that are part of the newest line of dies from Lifestyle Crafts. {plus i think these turkeys are strinkin’ adorable!} i am totally using these for place settings for our family’s thanksgiving feast. set them on the plates with family member’s names on them or as a colorful centerpiece. too cute! they’re fun with feathers all the same color or with all different colors for a completely different look.

check out the rest of the fun holiday line of dies from Lifestyle Crafts here.

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oh and did did you see my Fall Wreath?? check it out!

 

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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
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  1. 1
    Kendall Schenck

    They are so cute. Not to early for me, as ours is 4 weeks away.

  2. 2

    These are adorable! I am very picky about my turkey images and these are just my style!

    1. 2.1

      i totally understand, carol! i only like certain turkey images too. and these are too cute! thanks for stopping by!
      happy crafting,
      Linda

  3. 3

    Love the turkeys. I thought the same thing you did, place settings. Too cute!

    Vanessa

  4. 4
    Lisa Rohrbaugh

    Just Love the turkeys. I do not have many scrapbooking equipment but I think I can still make this. I am anxious to do it and put it on my front window. I have sent this idea to some friends. Thank You.

  5. 5

    Those turkeys are just adorable! I’m also lovin’ those cute pumpkins from the previous post — great to do with my “grands!”
    :) CAS

  6. 7

    Your title cracked me up, because I actually have a turkey in the roaster pan as I read this. Yours are just so cute.

  7. 8

    Ok these are adorable but there’s just one thing…I’m new to this die cutting thing, and I don’t have a clue how these work. Could you offer a little insight? Is there some kind of cutting tool/kit that these work with? Like sizzix, or whatever? (I know, really behind the times!)

    1. 8.1

      Hi Denise,
      Great question! I should have included that in my post. sorry! i use the Epic 6 {http://lifestylecrafts.com/products/tools/epic-6-cutting-embossing-tool.html} with my dies. It is easy to use and very portable. I believe you can use the promo code: crafts to get 20% off on it too.
      hope that helps!
      happy crafting,
      Linda

  8. 9
    Alyse

    I would like to find a way to make something similar without using the die cut. They are just too cute not to make.

  9. 11
    Marsha

    Do you have any svg files available for this project?

  10. 12

    These are so cute! I’m making them right now :) and I have a question. How will you label them for place settings? Will you write the family members name directly on the turkey? I’m thinking of trying to tie it on somehow so I can reuse them . . . maybe wishful thinking? So adorable!

  11. 14

    Love this! Too cute not to try! What a great selection of papers! Really inspiring to look at!

  12. 15
    Linda

    Is there a template for the turkeys? I can’t seem to find anything on site. Thanks.

  13. 16
    Sarah

    I am looking for step by step instructions for making your paper turkeys! Can you help?

  14. 17
    Cindy

    I finally found where you can purchase this die cut! I have been searching since just before Thanksgiving. I wanted to make these for Thanksgiving but there was not enough information on your website to find it. You can purchase this turkey die cut at Scrapbook.com. Click on superstore, click on Lifestyle Crafts. The die cut is located on page two for $24.99. Next year!

  15. 18
    kelly

    How did you get the feather circles and Turkey body to stay square when you put them together?

    1. 18.1

      There are slits so they fit over the turkey body

      1. Kelly

        What I meant is that when I put the feather slits into the body slits, the paper doesn’t stay square. The feather paper turns left or right. Just wondering if you had that problem or if you knew a solution.