Friday, November 22, 2013

Turkey Treat Jar

Check out this cute turkey, made from a baby food jar.

 
I can't take credit for it.  Trevor made it at his Book Club.  But I thought it was too cute and easy not to share.  All you have to do is paint the lid of a baby food jar brown, and then add colorful feathers cut from copy paper, googly eyes, and a copy paper beak and wattle.  The final step was filling it with fall-colored M&Ms and candy corn.

Trevor is out of school all next week and we have tons of Christmas crafting planned.  I'm not sure where I'm going to squeeze in the actual paid work that I'm supposed to be doing, which is why I'll be taking a week-long break from blogging.  In the meantime, here are some Thanksgiving crafts I've shared in past years:











Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, everyone!  I'll be back here December 2.

10 comments:

  1. His little jar is toooooooooo cute! Totally gives me an idea ... so pinning that puppy (or turkey!! LOL!!) ... and totally forgot to tell you yesterday .. so funny you noticed the name Walter name crossed off the NICE LIST on my banner... lol ... I didn't even notice what name was crossed off till you and Rose mentioned it ... and why I think it is funny???? That's Adam's Dads name!!!!!! HA!!!!!!!!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love the little turkey jar! Such a cute craft! Thanks so much for sharing all of your turkey crafts with us just in time for Turkey day.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Awwww....these are adorable!
    Enjoy your week off blogging!

    P/s: I'm looking forward to mine next month...I'm thinking I need 2 weeks off! lol

    ReplyDelete
  4. So many CUTE crafts!! :) Happy Thanksgiving and enjoy your week of crafting/break from blogging! :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. These brought back such great memories of projects my kids would bring home from school. Love your blog - so many great ideas here, Cindy!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I love all of your Turkey crafts, Cindy. I have been seeing lots of these lately from Anne!!! And these bring back memories from my childhood, too. I hope that you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving, my friend!

    ReplyDelete
  7. I just adore all these fun turkeys. You always have the cutest projects.

    By the way, I pinned the money toilet roll thingy you made three weeks ago and it now has been repinned 315 times and has 62 likes. Every time I sign into my Pinterest account, I have dozens more hits on that one pin. I'm telling you, that one was a big hit! You must be getting some good blog traffic. :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I am, so thank you! I have another money-related gift in the works coming up. :)

      Delete