Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Turkey Chair Hanging

 
 
This is my second project for miss Tracy over at Craft Junkie Too. She challenged her team to do a project that hangs, cleverly calling it "Fall is in the Air."  It inspired me to do some fun decorating for Thansgiving.  Please be sure and stop by her blog to see the other gals' fabulous creations as well.
Here soon I will be shooting a video showing my whole Thanksgiving table decor all put together.  It's almost done and turning out very cute.
I created this simple little turkey hanging to hang from the backs of all our dining room chairs for Thanksgiving.

I cut the turkey from Create a Critter at 5 inches.

I embellished him with googly eyes, a bit of ribbon, and lots of white gel pen doodling

I cut a piece of cardstock at 6.75 inches by 8.5 inches

I used the Martha Stewart Ribbon Loop punch around the page set all the way around the cardstock

I mounted the turkey onto the cardstock using pop dots

I finished off by punching 2 of the larger sized holes with my Crop-a-Dile & threaded ribbon through the holes

I just used tape to attach the ribbon to the back of the chair
 
Thanks for stopping by today :)  I hope you enjoyed this project!

9 comments:

Katie said...

Super cute, Amber!

Summer said...

Very cute! Great job.

Jennifer said...

This is a great idea!! Very cute! TFS

Helen said...

I love this idea!! Very clever! And that turkey is a favorite of mine :)

Audrey Frelx said...

Amber, this is just too cute!

Craft Junkie Too said...

I love this Amber and may need to make some too. Thanks for the creativity and for being a great part of my DT. :)
♥Tracy

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Great turkey! I just picked up the same punch!

Kathy Czygan said...

Hi Amber! What a cute idea for Thanksgiving decorating! That turkey is so spiffy and cute! Love the doodling around his feathers and body! I'll bet your Thanksgiving table is going to look awesome!

Kristin said...

I love this project, I just got that punch in the mail today , I have to try it out:)