Monday, November 22, 2010


Last week the little boys and I had some fun making colorful turkeys.  Zach has been begging me to let him “paint” something, so this was a great way to satisfy him and make something cute I’ve been wanting to do for a while now.

The Cosmo Cricket Design Team challenge last Saturday was to scrapbook something with your kids. 

I figured if I used their turkey handprints as the main element on my page, it totally counted…


I used the Cosmo Cricket Nutmeg collection for this page.

wendysue_turkeys_layout_detail1 wendysue_turkeys_layout_detail2

When I found this little label on the elements sheet, I knew I had to use it…the entire time I was taking their photo, the boys were saying “gobble, gobble, gobble…”  It was just too funny. 

Sometimes I really wish my photos had sound!


Hope you have a great week with YOUR turkeys! :o)


green patterned paper

teal patterned paper

border sticker

title block

white cardstock

tiny type letter stickers

chipboard letters

ribbon (Mr. Campy)

6x6 Nutmeg papers


  1. you know i love this layout! but i'm telling you again! LOVE IT! the handprints are so adorable, and i love how you used different colors of paint!

  2. loves this idea, I will be "borrowing" it.

  3. This is too cute! I'm totally lifting it :)

  4. We made these turkeys with our 3 yr. old class, but rather than just leaving their fingers flat I moved the their four fingers back and forth and we thought they looked a lot more like feathers.