Friday, November 6, 2009

i made something

thanksgiving turkey dinner made out of fabric.

turkey, garnishes, and carrots complete this super yummy feast.
now all your little one needs is some guests to arrive!
sure to be a crowd pleaser. for sure!
i know one little girl who can't get enough of it already.
i just hope my thanksgiving turkey looks as good as hers.
pdf file on sale for a limited time only here

have a great weekend!
don't forget today's the last day to vote for the best craft
see you on monday.
;)

52 comments:

Shealynn Benner said...

HA HA! I LOVE IT!!!

Deb said...

Vanessa, that is fabulous. I can just visualise it for a little girls playhouse.

Kathy said...

That is just precious!

Elisabeth said...

That is adorable and hilarious! I don't know how you come up with this stuff!

Stacey said...

that is super cute!!

Heleen said...

That looks so delicious! very pretty!

Happy Nester said...

That is too cute!

Cheryl said...

That is too cute! I love your creativity. Your daughter will have so much fun on Thanksgiving Day cooking "her" turkey.

Katie B. said...

This is hilarious! What kid wouldn't love that?

Ginger said...

That is the cutest thing I have ever seen!

michelle@somedaycrafts said...

That is so funny! Love it!

Kent and Katie said...

Are the Turkey legs velcro-ed on? Because that would only be AWESOME! :) man...a fabric turkey...really, just too clever. Nice work!

Kelly O. said...

you ROCK!

amylouwho said...

Did you include fabric tryptophan?

This hilariously adorable!

PS - they had snuggies at Costco yesterday - no leapord print though :(

Needled Mom said...

Too cute!!!!!

Tricia Anne said...

Too cute! :o)
I was curious, do you have a certain program that allows you to "write" on your photo and also for the collage at the top of your page?
Have a wonderful day.
Sincerely ~ Tricia Anne

mom2three said...

Love it!! Wishing my daughters were just a little younger and could appreciate it :) I'll have to put it on my "grandma list"- things that I'm planning to make for my grandchildren in 20 years or so. Does that make me crazy?

Natalie said...

Who wouldn't want to *gobble* this up?!

SueWis said...

This is adorable. Somehow you chose the perfect fabric; it looks just right.

dana said...

The carrots are the perfect touch!!

amy smart said...

This is SO awesome. I love it.

CitricSugar said...

Adorable - and it put a huge smile on my face!

Luke and Hailie Girl said...

Fabulous! Had to have... thanks for the tutorial! I stocked up on a couple other tutorials too!Couldn't resist... LOVE your blog.. You are AH-Mazing!

Trisha said...

Hysterical!! You for sure need a mom of the year award for that one!!!! I can almost feel the excitement your daughter must have!

Elise said...

That is sooo cute!! I think I've died and woke up in Thanksgiving Heaven!!
Love it!!
Elise

Dee said...

Almost peed my pants 'cause I'm laughing so hard...this is so dang, dang, dang cute!

Thanks for this!

blessings!

Erika said...

Great idea

Purple Quilter Queen said...

You think of everything. I love the little carrots! I'm sure Katie is loving the whole dinner too. So cute - as usual.

Catherine said...

I love it, and it's low fat too!

Jill said...

very cute. Do the drumsticks come off? It looks like they are attached with velcro. So clever!

Bonnie said...

Vanessa...this may be the cutest thing I have ever seen. Do those fabric slices of pumpkin pie go with the turkey? Hope you do win~several of those could be yours!

Love, B

Wendy said...

That is just adorable!

I Purr-Furr to Craft said...

too cute!!

an encourager said...

Cute. Fun. Funny. = YUM!

Blue Is Bleu said...

LOL I actually laughed out loud! So awesome!

banuca said...

How did you think this, it's wonderfullllll.

Dotty Jane said...

Perfect project for those of us who'd rather sew than cook! Cute as can be!

Vicki

Nancy @ Live love laugh said...

SEW cute- fun to play with and cute on display!
~Nancy

Kimberly said...

stinkin cute.

Heather said...

Oh my gosh, that is just too cute! Love it!!

vivi said...

just lovely!
I have been reading older posts.., your blog is great :)
big kiss from argentina
vivi
ps: are you still going to watch "new moon", I will!!!!!!

Rene' said...

Very cool!!! Thanks for sharing.

Nina...... said...

Greta idea! My grand kiddos would LOVE it. Thanks for sharing, love your blog!

Dogwood said...

Way too cute! Oh my you are amazing with your creativity. I am truly impressed. Please throw more cute ideas at us!!!

Have a fun weekend.

Jodie B-C said...

OMG too cute!!

Sara said...

Too cute!!!!

The WoodLand School said...

This is so beyond adorable! I already ordered the .pdf and picked out fabric. We're vegetarians, so your fabric turkey will be the centerpiece of our holiday meal. Thank you, thank you :-)

Snappy Di said...

laughing so hard at this turkey..... He's just too cool for words... Bet my grandkids would like him in their home.

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

This and That Creations said...

can't I just PAY you to make me one and not have to actually sew it myself...come on, how much does a turkey like that go for? I'll pay!

happy zombie said...

NO WAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Get!
Out!
Of!
Here!

Dying over your turkey, Vanessa. DYE. ING!

Oh you're gonna get a prize all-right. ME at your front door. Be careful what you demand... you might just get it!

happy zombie said...

ding-comment-ditch

Natalie said...

that is my kind of cooking!! love it. that turned out so cute!

-natalie
www.centsiblychicsisters.blogspot.com

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