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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Turkey Tag

Happy Thanksgiving!

Click here for Guest Design DLART Vintage Bottle Brush Be Merry Card.

We celebrated Thanksgiving here at home in Central TX. Turkey took a bit longer; we think due to being frozen still inside/not defrosted completely. Photos of our food: Sweet Potato casserole, Italian Sweet Sausage Stuffing & Turkey.

Rained off & on this afternoon as forecasted.

This is a Clean & Simple CAS Thanksgiving Tag.

I have started crocheting again. Currently crocheting a scarf that when finished I'll photograph & post a picture of. Photographed here with a Turkey a friend crocheted for me.

Supplies List

adhesive: Scotch ATG, Zig 2 Way glue pen
Cricut cartridge:  Autumn Celebrations 4" Turkey Tag
ink: VersaFine Onyx Black
machine: Cricut Explore Air
paper: cardstock -  Darice Plaid  browns
ribbon: the Paper Studio Turkeys
stamp: Hero Arts Days to Celebrate - sentiment
tools: MISTI  Tim Holtz scissors 

Entering this into the following challenges:    
11/28  OSAAT #248 Anything Goes w/ Giving Thanks    UE  11/15

11/30  Paper Sweeties Insp Ch #37 Nov 2015  UE  11/1


12/6  Fantabulous Cricut Ch#265 Thank You/Thanksgiving   3E(#3) 11/23

11/30  Crafty Hazelnuts Patterned Paper Nov 2015 Ch  UE  11/1


  1. Great tags you've been making! Happy thanksgiving!

  2. Very pretty gift tag! I hope you are having a great Thanksgiving weekend!

  3. Very pretty gift tag! I hope you are having a great Thanksgiving weekend!

  4. Great tag and some more fabulous ribbon :-) I really LUV the little crocheted turkey - how super cute.
    Thank you very much for playing along at OSAAT #250 and good luck :-)
    Best wishes,

    IKE x

    DT for StitchyBear Digi Outlet

  5. Nice gift tag. Thank you for sharing at Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper. Rebecca x

  6. OMGosh! I just checked out all the projects you entered in the Paper Sweeties November Challenge--amazing...and gorgeous! Cards, Tags, Boxes, even Scarecrows! Girl you were busy! I love the idea of just turning Halloween pumpkins around and continuing to use them for Thanksgiving. I never carve one because we don't get trick-or-treaters here, but if I can use it for the whole season it would be worth it even if our family was the only one who ever saw it. So glad you joined us in Paper Sweeties' November Inspiration Challenge! Hope to see you again in the December Challenge! ;)

  7. Cute tag! I love the colors you chose for it along with the lovely ribbon. Thank you for sharing it with us at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge blog.
    :) Marie