Some of you may know that I have 2 young daughters and they love crafty stuff. When we visit a craft store, my girls always want me to buy them those $1 wooden mask things that come with a tiny pack of markers and I often do because it entertains them on the way home and it’s just a buck…
I was perusing the Halloween merchandise and noticed some Thanksgiving stuff and it gave me an idea. I saw a turkey mask and immediately thought of the turkey image I got last fall from Wild Flower Kids and decided to make my own turkey mask.
I used the majority of an 8.5x11 sheet of cardstock for each mask and they fit my daughter’s face. I made the turkey mask and gave it to my daughter and then snatched it back so I could take a picture—she had already started decorating it as you can see. I already had the sticks and just scor-taped them to the back.
I’ll be back tomorrow with Wild Flower Wednesday and the Lawn Fawn Hearts Cards for Kids blog hop where commenters will have a chance to win some prizes while supporting a worthy cause. See you then!