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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

CWC Wednesday-Fruits, Harvest, Cornucopia, etc.

Hello, welcome back for another Cooking with Cricut Wednesday Weekly challenge!  This weeks theme is fruits, harvest, cornucopia, etc.  I decided to make a table centerpiece, something I could put on a tray and put in the middle of the table.  I made two paper pumpkins, two paper apples and a little turkey (I may end up making a few more turkeys, maybe one for each family member in different sizes). 

Here it is:



Each item was super easy.  I tried to explain it here in writing but even I confused myself so I thought this would be a great time for my first video!  So here you go, take a look and let me know what you think :)



I did not talk about my cute little turkey in the video, for him I used the super easy directions from Pink By Designs ustream last Friday to make him.  I used a borrowed (but now I have to buy it) Peachy Keen stamp from the Critter Faces set, to give my turkey a cute little face.



I think these will all look cute on the table once I find a little tray to put them on!  

Now it's your turn! I hope you will head on over to Cooking with Cricut to enter your project! TFL.

Have a crafty day!

5 comments:

Stephannie said...

Very cute pumpkins and apples. Love the turkey too. Great job on your video. Very helpful.

Michelle said...

What a cute table decors!!! I think they came out beautifully and your turkey is just too adorable!!! I would definitely make some more for place cards!! :)

Hugs,
Michelle

Good job on your video!

Elizabeth said...

Love these - they are super cute! I made some mini paper pumpkins like this for my table too :) Never thought about apples! Great job!

Judy said...

Very cute project! Thank you for the video. I enjoyed watching and learning how to make these :)

Jen said...

Love these, Debbie! The embossing is a nice touch! I love your Tom turkeys, too.

~ Jen, CWC DT