Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Turkey Tins


If you are sick of mini favor tins, please raise your hand. It's really hard to type with only one hand! Just when I thought I had used them all up, I found more. I think they are reproducing all on their own.

You could get a jump start on your Thanksgiving table decorations with these easy tins. What a great way to welcome family and friends to your holiday dinner table.



Supplies:
Paper: Bazzill, The Paper Company, Recollections, Bo Bunny
Stamps: Joann Fabrics-Alphabet
Ink: Versafine
Misc: Mini favor tins, Doodlecharms Cricut cart, crop-a-dile, ribbon, black pen, sticky strip, wood skewer, paper punches, stickles, nestabilities, pop up dots


Thanks for stopping by,

Beth

6 comments:

  1. super cute! watch for this guy on my inspiration of the day some time this week. TFS!

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  2. I think I can stop laughing now...how stinkin cute! What did you use for the feathers and nose...I assume the body and head are circle punches?

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  3. OMG!! I, for one, am still typing with two hands ... 'cause I LOVE your tins. :) Could you provide dimensions for all the parts you used? (I really would LOVE to make these for my Thanksgiving table this year.) Do the turkeys "stand" by themselves? Also, how did you attach the wooden skewer when you used it as your name tag?

    Thanks for the inspiration!! I LOVE your projects!!

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  4. Hi:
    I have been to six stores tonight looking for these tins. Where oh where are they hiding? Did you buy them all? LOL

    Vicki R
    sunraesban@yahoo.com

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  5. Hello!

    I have just found your wonderful blog and am now a follower! Thank you for all of your great tutorials - you are so creative!

    Wishing you a happy weekend!

    Barbara Diane

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