Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Feathers Framelits Turkey for Thanksgiving with How To Video



I love this card! I was totally inspired by a swap card that I received from Brenda Sprenger. I can't wait to sent this off to family members who I can't be with for Thanksgiving . . . in fact, four of these cards went into the mailbox this morning. You have to get them out there well in advance so that recipients will have time to "display" them! Such a perfectly cute Thanksgiving card that uses the Feathers Framelits Dies. Hope you have a wonderful day and be sure to tune into all the "how to's" by watching the video below.


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4 comments:

Marie Campagna said...

Great way to make a turkey thanks

Kay Kalthoff said...

You are welcome, Marie! Thanks for taking the time to comment! I appreciate it!

Connie said...

Love this turkey. Did you try to stamp with the matching feather stamp? Just curious if it didn't look good?

Kay Kalthoff said...

Thank you for the comment, Connie! No, actually I didn't. I didn't want the extra step since there were already quite a few steps to making this card. Good question! Thanks for asking it! Hugs -
Kay