Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Rosette Turkey

My girlfriend sent me the directions for this, I thought that it was a very cleaver idea. This came from a Core Class at Core'dinations but I can't find it on their website so I have added their directions at the bottom of the post.

Core'dinations has their own line of precut rosettes to make this turkey but I went a different route and made my own rosettes using Cricut's Ribbons and Rosettes cartridge. The middle layer of rosettes on my turkey turned out to be a little thicker than I realized it would but I went ahead and used it.
I printed my papers with my Imagine then cut them using my Expression because the Imagine cuts don't always line with the prints.
After I cut the pieces out I ran them through me eBosser using various Craftwell and Cuttlebug folders to emboss the layers. I used a different folder for each rosette layer as well as the turkey body pieces.
Mine is too heave for the little easel that is in the directions so mine won't be a centerpiece, it will be a wall hanging.

 I am entering this into the following challenges:

Double Click Connections Thanks-buzz-illion

Blog Quick Quotes Friday-Challenge-57



  1. Ohhhhhhhhhh this is fabulous! I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  2. I sooo want to try making these. They're so cute.

  3. Oh awesome! I think I may try this. Im so bad with rosettes, but I do have that cart, and haven't used it!

    thanks for joining us over at Doubleclick Skittles Challenge!
    Guest Designer

  4. Fantastic job! Wow, you put a lot of time and effort into this. Love it! Thanks for joining the DoubleClick Skittles challenge.

    Terri ~ Skittles Design Team

  5. **Darling*** Thanks for joining us at Quick Quotes!

  6. OMGosh this is ADORABLE. Thanks for sharing it and the instructions.
    Crafty hugs,

  7. Wow! What a great turkey! Looks awesome! Thanks for joining us over at the DoubleClick Skittles Challenge! DT Member Carri~Abusybee Skittles!

  8. this is exactly the kind of thing with wings I was thinking about when I came up with this month's Quick Quotes challenge! You nailed it! thanks so much for sharing!


  9. WOW....this is some turkey! I love your fabulous creation. Thanks for joining us at DoubleClick Skittles.

    Skittles DT


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