The Happy Scraps: Gobble Gobble!!

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Gobble Gobble!!

Isn't this just the cutest Gobble set you've ever seen?! This was the prize for having the most bunkos for my group. I can't take all the credit though, I pretty much copied the Gobble on display at The Wood Connection for this one. Sometimes it's just easier {especially when you're stressed and in a hurry} to just copy what you've seen, rather than come up with your own design! That was the case with this project.
The paper used for this is Echo Park Dots & Stripes in Metropolitan and Candy Shoppe. These papers have been some of my favorites for a while now. I used Mod Podge to adhere the paper to the wood and added some of the fun twisted wire on the 'b' and also added a little ribbon.
Here is the Turkey for the 'o'.
This is one of those projects that I had a hard time giving away, even though when I purchased it, I knew I wouldn't be keeping it. But isn't it a fun Thanksgiving decoration?
I still have a couple more Bunko prizes to show you, so I'll post those next week!

This wood design is copyright of The Wood Connection. I purchased them unfinished. If you are in Utah and would like to purchase your own, head to The Wood Connection! They have very reasonable prices.


  1. Yes, these are adorable!! I would have had a hard time parting from the too! So CUTE!

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  3. I LOVE this! I would love if you would share this at the Crazy Cute link party happening at Between U & Me right now! I've got a totally awesome giveaway this week, too!
    OOH! AND, I'm your newest follower! ;)

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  5. Super Cute! Love the turkey so much fun! :) I just got hired to do 5 last names from the wood connection ahhhh but it will be fun!

  6. This is sooo darling, can I play Bunko in your group? I am having a Turkey Show Off party, complete with some fun prizes, and would love for you to show this off!


  7. Okay maybe this is a dumb question but where did you get your wooden shapes from? I cannot find anything half as cute around here (Indiana) and I definitely haven't found a turkey. I love this project, it's so stinking cute, and I would love to make some as gifts.

    1. Hi Jennifer, I bought these from a local (UT) wood company. They currently do not ship, but I'm being told that they will soon. If you would like to find out when they start shipping you can follow their FB page.


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