Monday, August 8, 2016

It's Turkey Time

Hi all, 

Hey, hope you are all getting excited over the new Ribbon Club Assortment  - Colors of Autumn Assortment - it's super gorgeous!! The colors are so vivid and just great for all your fall projects. :D 

Well I want to share with you all a cute little turkey candle holder I created using these beautiful ribbons. I created one of these about 2 years ago or so but it was different. I used the same concept for the front of the turkey but used the rosette technique with the ribbons instead of using feather. I think he turned out cute. 

So here is my little Turkey guy, hope you all like it. I know it's a bit different than the usual but I thought it would be a nice change. :D 

To create the back of the turkey I cut out 3 1/2 , 3, 2 1/2 inch circles. 
I used score tape around the circles and then got my ribbons and
started the rosette only going around half way. I then used 3D adhesive 
to stack the rosettes on top of one another, in a layered look. I used my little 
scallop punch for the front of the turkey's body. I hot glued him to the small
mason jar. I used googly eyes and cut a beak and did a snood. 

I wanted to show y'all another close up of the turkey and the ribbons.
Here are the Ribbons I used 5/8"Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon Turftan Brown
5/8"Square in Square Print Satin Ribbon Kiwi Green5/8"Square in Square print Satin Ribbon Tangerine to create the rosettes for the Turkey's feathers. I also used the cute 

 Here shows a close up side view of the ribbons layered. 
I used the 1.5 inch Brown Netting to decorate the mason jar
which I wrapped around the  mason jar and then wrapped the 
I used hot glue to adhere both ribbons to the mason jar. 

Really Reasonable Ribbons - 5/8"Delicate Stitched Satin Ribbon Turftan Brown
Paper - brown paper, craft paper, yellow paper
Accessories - Glossy Accents, googly eyes, mason jar, small scallop punch (fiskars), 

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look at my project. I hope you are inspired to try making this or put a new twist on it. Check out the Really Reasonable Store and if you haven't joined the Monthly Ribbon Club you gotta do it, these ribbons are just beautiful. 
Wishing you all a great week and will be back soon. 
Deborah xxx


  1. Deborah, this is super cute!!

  2. Super adorable and what another way to use these ribbons. So creative!

  3. Super adorable and what another way to use these ribbons. So creative!

  4. This is really cute! Well done, you!

  5. I love this project! For home decor or great to give as a hostess gift filled with some goodies! Well done tfs.

  6. Thank you all very much for the sweet comments. :D


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