Funky Turkeys

November 7, 2011 |  by  |  Blog, DIY, Fall, Holidays

Many things you can do with vintage clothespins!

Here a DIY on how to make cute funky turkeys for your Thanksgiving table!

Wonder, what to give as favors for a thanksgiving party? Check out this idea or this one!

Or make cones out of caning…or make sweet corn candy favors

 

1. Spray paint the clothespins white or any other color.

2. Put some hot glue between the ‘legs’ of the clothespin and attach the feathers on each side. You might want to cut the hard part of the feather.

3. Paint the eyes.

4. Cut a little piece of feather and attach it on top and below the eyes.

 

You can also use a doily, fold it in half and glue it to the back of the clothespin and you have a more romantic version of a turkey;-)

 

 

I have some big news I will share in my next post, stay tuned;-)

 


//xoxo, Sibylle//

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4 Comments

  1. This is such a great idea, so simple!!!!!! I love it!!!! I may have to get started on these for my table right now. :)
    Emily recently blogged..2nd Birthday Invitations

  2. I love the way you are sharing your awesome ideas..very well! I will love to follow your blog for more fun updates!
    come & join me for the fun, I hope you will like my work too :)
    CREATIVE MIND recently blogged..Ribbon Work Designed Floral Shirt Making

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