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Tom Turkey is planning to be AT Thanksgiving dinner, but he's not intending to BE the main course at dinner. Funny cartoon Thanksgiving turkey clip art with Mr. Gobbler dressed in a Pilgrim hat and white collar ... he looks a little worried to me.
It's getting to be that time of year when I start making Halloween crafts. I designed a new sheet of Halloween cupcake toppers that can be cut out with a craft punch, a printing cutter like the Cameo, a sharp craft knife or scissors.
You can use this printable PDF sheet to make Halloween stickers, too!
I also made a Halloween place mat coloring activity sheet similar to this sticker sheet. Kids can color in the encircled designs or make a game board. Paper crafters might like to use the outline art as digital stamps.
It's summer time and our family is gearing up for lots of food-centric entertaining. Over the 4th of July we'll be gathering to gobble up all sorts of pot luck goodies so I'll be labeling all the dishes of delightful food with red, white and blue flags like these.
All you need to do is print, cut, label and attach a flag to a plastic straw or wooden kabob stick, then stick it into the serving dishes you want to label.
If you're having a get together for July 4th and want to add a bit of patriotic festivity to those plates of snacks, salads, sandwiches and sweets, try adding a coordinated set of food flags. This is the first of several color-coordinated food flag printable sheets I'm adding this week to the web site.
In case you want simple white, or want to print the outlines on the back side of craft paper or card stock, I also designed a set of templates for DIY food flag designers.
When I was a kid, I raced up and down the sidewalk wearing clunky metal roller skates that fastened to my shoes with a clamp. The skate clamps needed to be tightened with a special key. We strung the skate key onto a shoelace and wore it on our wrists or as a necklace, because without the key to tighten the clamps, your skates wouldn't stay on. Skate keys are nostalgic collectibles these days ... got one"
When I got older I skated with indoor shoe skates. I even learned to skate backwards and to use the toe stops without falling down.
Decades later I graduated to inline skates and I still have a rockin' pair of Rollerblades to cruise around on the playground parking lot or sidewalks, along with the requisite safety helmet, elbow pads, gloves and knee guards.