Introducing our new Personal Turkey Place Cards!! Just the thing for your Thanksgiving seating arrangements. You can let the kids help you cut these out for the big day OR you can make them up as a big surprise to your family and friends! You’ll have grownups and kids alike scrambling around to find their very own turkey face on the table.
Oh, it’s been WAY too long since we made any of our sweet Thanksgiving Place cards. If you’ve been around here for awhile, you may remember our other place cards. We’ve had Pilgrims and Native Americans over the years that you could color yourself–we’ll update that soon, fear not.
So, what else could we do this year but turn all our little turkeys into actual–sort of– TURKEYS!! Aren’t they simply adorable?
The extra good news is that these sweet turkeys are already full color and ready to be cut out. Just add your family pictures and you’ll be home free!!
Been quite a while since this sweet little face has shown up here–right? Well, Miss Chomp and her cute friend Piper got the baking bug one day….and decided that a boat-load of Oatmeal Farm Cookies were in order.
Which, in my humble opinion–is ALWAYS a good idea!
And then they got real creative and added chocolate chips to the tops. Such a brilliant generation to compliment perfection. Heh, heh.
Pretty sure I’d buy anything these little cuties were selling–wouldn’t you?
When my Daney-boy told me that he was taking is sweet little family to Boston–AND to his first actual Patriot’s game–well, I knew something special was in order. I grabbed the appropriate colors of my favorite Caron yarn and got to work. With three different patterns and some embroidered patches from Ebay, Papa Bear, Mama Bear and Baby Bear had some awesome new hats for the special day.
As you can see–they were a hit!!
Of course the Patriot’s did their part too and put on an unforgettable show right where my boy could see it, up close. Good job, Tom Brady!
A new line of fabric from my favorite designer, April Rosenthal, called Mama’s Cottage, with a particularly personal touch. See the blue house, with the red roof? That’s my house–immortalized in fabric!! Hee, hee… So beautiful and of course, it just makes me sooo happy.
Then there’s this little sprig of joy. He’s such a little smiler, all the time. And don’t miss the matching church ties. So dang cute!
This little labor of love, for a sweet boy with a cold head–more on that later.I may have made one in red…too. :]
Having a really smart daughter that knows how to put these ancient relics into a format that we can actually watch. What a blessing not to lose all those memories that we thought we’d never see again.
And finally, these little golden girlie curls. Yes, I know it’s blurry–but you can’t take a clear picture of a firefly.