Holidays, Pumpkin Turkey and things to do in November

Well, the absolutely first thing to do in November, especially since you have an extra whole hour,  is to make a pumpkin turkey!

 

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This turkey was inspired by the talented Mary at Home is Where the Boat is…when I saw her owl pumpkin creations, I couldn’t stand it they are so cute!!!

 

pumpkins feathers and leaves

 

There aren’t many any pinecones to forage around here, but I did have some gold magnolia leaves and feathers I used for a coastal Thanksgiving last year

 

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And pumpkins by the front door…

 

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Leaves from Autumn Leaves and a Pumpkin Chandy Wreath

 

autumn leaves & pumpkins

 

I rounded up what was on hand, and started “building” my turkey

 

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Package tape made quick work of attaching the leave stems and feathers

 

 

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This turkey is for front viewing only   😁

 

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“Honey, can you tell what this is?”

 

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“A pumpkin with a headdress?”

 

Back to the drawing board…

 

“How about now, with conch shell eyes and a wattle?”

 

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Leaf  “feathers” for his broad breast and pipe cleaner legs & feet

 

 

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“Oh, now I get it!   That’s really something…”  ha! I wonder what that means  😳

 

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Sigh, he’s very tolerant!

 

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It’s not easy be married to a crazy artist…

 

turkey tutorial

 

To see the Painting Turkeys tutorial here, and the pumpkin sign tutorial here

 

turkey glasses JMdesigns.com

 

Gobble Gobble!

 

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Be sure to pop over to Mary’s to see her fabulous owls here

I will be sharing more things to do in November and Thanksgiving menus later this week-

AND for more fabulous fall ideas…

The Thoughts of Home Stunning Thanksgiving Vignettes blog hop starts tomorrow!

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There will be a bountiful harvest of Thanksgiving ideas!

 

Monday – November 7th

Decor To Adore | Southern Hospitality | Chateau Chic | Shabby Fufu | Rustic Refined

Tuesday – November 8th

Poofing The Pillows | Cedar Hill Farmhouse | Love of Home |  My Kentucky Living | Sharon Joyce Interiors

Wednesday – November 9th

At Home With Jemma | Remodelando la Casa | Rattlebridge Farm |  Patina and Paint | Sew A Fine Seam

Thursday – November 10th

Everyone is invited to join the Thoughts of Home on Thursday Thanksgiving Edition Linky Party.

Friday – November 11th

White Spray Paint | A Stroll Thru Life | Simple Nature Decor | The Painted Apron | Ramblings of a Southern Girl

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I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

Celebrate and DecorateRustic and Refined,

Between Naps on the Porch, Coastal Charm, Cooking and Crafting with J&JThe Scoop,   A Stroll Thru Life 

Tickle My TastebudsFull Plate ThursdayWork it Wednesday

Poofing the Pillows,  Get Your DIY On,    Your Inspired Design

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25 Responses to “Holidays, Pumpkin Turkey and things to do in November”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, Your turkey pumpkin is adorable with his gold leaf and feather fantail and conch shell eyes! I bet your grands will get a kick out of it at their Thanksgiving table! I can’t believe Thanksgiving is a little over two weeks away, I feel like fall just arrived with our hot weather 🙂

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  2. Jodi says:

    Adorable you creative genius!!!

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  3. Both yours and Mary’s are adorable!

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  4. These are really cute and great fun!

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  5. Oh my goodness the turkey you made is adorable! I also love your porch setting and the painted picture and glasses. You are one talented person. Have a wonderful week.

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  6. Jenna, I was amazed by Mary’s pumpkins and your tur-pump-key is adorable too! Both of you are so creative and entertaining. I am familiar with the hubby-speak. I am now training mine to be careful of his comments. But I am sure your hubby loves and appreciates all the things you create and serve! Linda

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  7. Lynn Bean says:

    What fun! The turkey and the glasses are so cute. Such a happy post.

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  8. Ha, ha, my best view may not be from the back either:@) Cute!

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  9. Rosie M. says:

    What a happy welcome your turkey makes at the front door!! For some reason he just puts a smile on my face. Bravo, Jenna, for another great idea!! Rosie

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  10. Kim says:

    That’s so cute, Jenna. The things men say sometimes need to be published in a book! 🙂

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  11. I love the pumpkin turkey, absolutely adorable!

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  12. Julie says:

    Hi Jenna, I love all of your turkey craft inspiration and thanks for sharing it at C&C with J&J! 🙂

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  13. Kitty says:

    I love your inspirational turkey from our friend, Mary! The conch shell eyes were perfect for your foraging through the beach, Jenna! Mr. Turkey turned out so festive!!!

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  14. JESS44903 says:

    Wow…how fun!! 🙂

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  15. Angela says:

    This pumpkin turkey is so cool. Now I wanna make one!!

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  16. Sandra Garth says:

    Mr. TurPumpkey is very cute and you are very talented. I love that he is for front viewing only. Sometimes the back of my creations hide a multitude of oopsies! Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story, have a great weekend.

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