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11/09/2011

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Sav O'G

GOOOOOOOODNESS me! I love each of these projects! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the turkey with the text paper feathers! LOOOOOOOOOVE:)

erin

These all rock Lisa! Love the book paper turkey so much! I want to make the kids stuff this year for the boys and their cousin's on Tim's side.

Raquel

Good idea, I love your blog

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No offense, but if there's a facebook like button, it'll be much easier for me to share.

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Lisa, I really like your crafts! They are all really well thought out and put together. My children are very artsy and love crafts so I think we will try to replicate some of your ideas for next year! I just bought them some very nice easels for kids and they can't keep their hands off of them! Hope to see some crafty Christmas pictures soon! Happy Holidays

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Those bat straws are such a great example of your talent - how you can show people how to make something so simple that looks great and that we'd never think of on our own!

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That is a very creative setup. You should do tabletop.

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So cute idea's and techniques. more blog Lisa!

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Superb amazing idea! This could be a great assistance for the coming thanksgiving party!

Donna Davis

Are there directions for Snacks to Gobble?

Lisa

There is a link the the full article under the first photo in this post, thanks =)

Donna Davis

Found it, but I have 1 more question. What size foam did you use for the turkey's body?

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  • parties, kids crafts, holidays, scrapbooking, cards, home decor, school lunches, sewing, and anything else I can make happier with some glue and a sequin or two. or fifty.