Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Artiste Rosette Turkey!

Today I have a fun little turkey to share with you, but I want to remind you that you have until tomorrow night at 8:00pm PST to enter my Cocoa Treat Card Giveaway! I just have to say how nice it is to get some comments from you out there in the blog world, and it is very encouraging for me to continue to post my projects :) Please don't be shy, I'd love to hear from you! 
**UPDATE** Winners announced HERE! Congrats Heidi and Jan!

Now on to my turkey....

This fun little project is inspired by Tim Holtz. You can get his turkey template here, and I decided to make mine with the Cricut Artiste rosettes and burlap ribbon! First, using the turkey template, I cut out a piece of thin cardboard and used my tombow adhesive to glue the burlap ribbon to it and cut it out with the awesome CTMH scissors.  I covered both sides of the cardboard this way.

Next, I inked my burlap turkey with the fantastic new CTMH pigment inks!

I cut out my rosettes from page 50 of the handbook. I used the Clementine papers, and cut out the Accent 4 rosette at 2", the Card rosette (base) at 2", and the 3D Object rosette (shift) at 1 1/2". Don't forget to cut 2 of each of these to make a complete rosette!


I used the CTMH 1 1/4" circle punch for the rosette middle, and inked them with Cashmere, Sorbet, and Saddle exclusive inks.

I made the base for the turkey out of a scallop circle from Dimensional Elements Mixed Shapes and covered it with a piece cut to fit at 2" from Page 41 from Art Philosophy, Circle 3.



Now that I have all the pieces to make my turkey, it was easy to glue together the rosettes with Liquid Glass,   making sure to line up the edges at the bottom. Then glue these to the base, and add the turkey head to the front!

 You could easily add a name banner and use these for your Thanksgiving place settings! Please leave me a comment to let me know if you are going to make some turkeys, too :)

I'm linking this post to the Canvas, Cork, & Burlap Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! You have until midnight EDT on Monday, November 19 to link up your own project. I hope I've inspired you!

Happy Crafting!

21 comments:

  1. I would be happy to leave you a comment and alittle love because I LOVE YOUR BLOG.I am one of your largest fans and Ilet everyone I know about it also. Your projects are beautiful and quite an inspiration. I especially like how you point out the page # and size to cut everything. It saves so much time. Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!!

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    1. Thanks, Roberta! I'm feeling the LOVE come through the computer screen :) I really appreciate it!

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  2. I LOVE him!!!! Absolutely beautiful!!!! Great job!!!!

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  3. Ol' Tom Turkey is super cute!!! You gave such excellent directions so I might try making some for Thanksgiving. Thank you sooo much for posting. Will you please bring him to our team meeting on thursday I love to see him up close.

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  4. What a great project and I really appreciate the instructions. You have inspired me to try this!
    Thanks for sharing you awesome talents.
    Judy

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  5. Amazing job Rachel! Love it!!!

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  6. OMG this turkey is amazing! I am making this for my table! I have all these pieces, ..cartridge, paper, burlap but couldn't come close to being this creative. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  7. You are amazing! This turkey could not be any cuter! I will definately be making one. Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful ideas!

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  8. This Turkey is adorable! I am definately making these for my Thanksgiving table. I just love your blog.. Thank you for all the great ideas especially using the Artiste cartridge.

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  9. i love your work and check your site everyday! tfs!

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  10. Great use of the cartridge to create another beautiful project. Thanks for sharing - a new fan!

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  11. He just looks like he wants to say Gobble, Gobble!

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  12. That is a fabulous turkey! Thanks for sharing how you made your project step by step. Beautiful job!

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  13. I adore this turkey! I am going to make one tomorrow!! Thank you for your incredible step-by-step directions

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  14. You are very talented! Although I can't seem to find the 3 elements of our challenge, it is truly wonderful!!

    Thank you so much for joining us at The Cuttlebug Spot!

    Cuttlebugs & Hugs
    Jannie

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  15. Oh my gosh this is adorable. I pinned it to maybe try next year. Love it.

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  16. stunning! i love that you used the burlap for the turkey body! such a great idea and you designed it so well!!
    ~Liz K
    Just a Scrappin DT
    enchantress2614.blogspot.com

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    Susan Faber

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  18. saw this on Pinterest. love it. Going to make it myself this year! Love the colors too.

    maureen

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