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Make It : Pinecone Turkey V3.0

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Pinecones really lend themselves to being turned into turkeys for festive décor ideas for the holiday season, like these fun guys.

And after a quick search on Martha Stewart, two more ideas show up:

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Feathered Pinecone Turkey

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Cone Husk Pinecone Turkey

I couldn’t help myself from adding to the collection with this new version done with a corner punch from the Martha Stewart Double Arches Punch Around the Page.

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Punching a corner—wings out

1 Punching a corner—wings out

Corner complete

2 Corner complete

But for this project, the punch can also be used like this—wings in...

3 But for this project, the punch can also be used like this—wings in...

...since it will be cut out to look like this—kind of like an ice cream cone.

4 ...since it will be cut out to look like this—kind of like an ice cream cone.

Punch five in any color you like.

5 Punch five in any color you like.

For the beak, fold a small piece of paper.

6 For the beak, fold a small piece of paper.

Cut a triangle, and there you have it!

7 Cut a triangle, and there you have it!

Insert punched pieces in the back of the pinecone, and glue beak to the front. A piece of paper with a name means it's ready for the table.

8 Insert punched pieces in the back of the pinecone, and glue beak to the front. A piece of paper with a name means it's ready for the table.

I couldn't help myself.

9 I couldn't help myself.

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This year Pinecone Turkey V3.0 will be spending Thanksgiving with distant cousin Gourd Gobbler .

Hope everyone has an excellent Thanksgiving!

Got leftover pinecones? See 24 more ideas for pinecone crafts.

Comments (1)

  • I don't have this punch but I do have other Martha Stewart punches. Funny, I haven't seen this one around but now I'll certainly start looking for it!

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