Friday, November 21, 2014

Dimensional Table Top Turkey with Scorepal!!!

Wow!!! Hard to believe we are less than a week from Thanksgiving and I just remembered I had made a Tabletop Turkey last year using my Scorepal!!!! So I thought I would share it again with you, plus it fits in with the challenge on the Scorepal Blog for the "More than One Score Challenge #10". I made my turkey by taking an old tole painting book from which I re-purposed the body by enlarging it to create my project. I made large accordion folded paper wings using strips of paper, scoring every 1/4" and accordion folding them. Once folded attached it to a semi circle piece of cardboard this will help  keep it stable. Attached the turkey body to the top of the back wings once inked.  Fussy cut the face parts and hat out from the pattern. Inking all of the pieces with Chestnut Roan Ink from Colorbox.
My pumpkins are several layers of circles that have been punched from 3 1/2 and 3 inch circles, inked and folded in half using your Scorepal. The stem is a strip of paper that has been accordion folded and placed on top of each pumpkin along with some metal flowers. I fussy cut several of the sunflowers, added buttons that have twine tied to the center of them and placed them on my turkey. I hope you enjoy and look around for patterns you may have that you can re-purpose and use your Scorepal with. Hugs Pammejo
Bo Bunny Paper
Tole Painting Pattern
Chestnut Roan Ink


  1. Egads he is delightful! I think I would have to have turkey again for Christmas just to be able to leave him on the table again! Congrats on the nod from the Scor Pal Blog!! Merry Merry!