Hello Pebbles friends! It’s Wendy Sue here today sharing a project life pocket page layout I created featuring some fun photos from last year’s family Thanksgiving Day.
I took photos in the car, on the way to my parent’s house, photos of the family in the yard, photos of the ads that we passed around while we planned our black Friday shopping, and, of course, photos of the big turkey dinner!
I wanted the turkey to be front and center, the focus of my page, just as it was on Thanksgiving Day! He’s pretty cute, isn’t he? Here’s how I made him with products from the Home+Made Collection by Jen Hadfield:
Using one of the chalkboard label stickers as a template, I cut six “feathers” from various papers from the 6×6 paper pad.
After the feathers were cut, I placed them onto a 6″x4″ piece of burlap paper in a half-circle.
Using a 3″ circle punch and the scallop circle die, I created the body and head for the turkey from a kraft bag:
Before I added the body and head over the feathers, I cut apart a butterfly sticker to create the feet and wattle:
I placed the feet directly on top of the feathers:
Then layered on the body and head:
Next, I cut a beak and eyes from the “Party Line” paper:
And finished assembling the turkey:
Wouldn’t this turkey be so cute on your next Thanksgiving project?!?
Home + Made Chalkboard Label Stickers
Home + Made Paper Pad
Home + Made Burlap Cardstock
Home + Made Cardstock Stickers
Home + Made Kraft Bag
Home + Made Banner Dies
Home + Made Party Line Paper