Turkey and Pie – The Rabbit Hole Designs and Therm-O-Web Collab

Hello again my crafty friend! Have you been hopping along with The Rabbit Hole Designs and Term-O-Web for the collaboration hop this week? I’m back with another fun card, this time for Thanksgiving! I was Pinspired to create a die cut pumpkin pie to go along with the hilarious Caffeinated Turkey. I just love the way this one turned out. And check out the shine of the Opal Foil on the whipped cream layer, and the Gold Metallix on the serving plate at the bottom! 

For this card, I started by die cutting several circles to create the pie. I covered the largest one with Gold Metallix gel. For the whipped cream layer and the word thankful, I covered a piece of white cardstock with Deco Foil Liquid Adhesive and foiled it with Opal Foil. Then I die cut the word and nested a pair of scalloped circle dies to cut out the whipped cream. To give the pie the look of depth, I actually cut two kraft circles for the pie crust and slightly offset the bottom layer when I glued it all together. After I stamped, embossed, and Copic colored the Caffeinated Turkey, I cut him out with the Coordinating Die. The card front was watercolored, with more paint concentrated at the bottom for an ombre effect, and to give the word a darker background to pop off of. As I was layering the pieces, I felt like the word was getting lost with the busy layers behind it, but I didn’t want to loose the coloring of the turkey’s shorts, so I scanned the word in my Scan N Cut, added a border, then cut it out of vellum. (You can use that trick with any die cut word or shape that doesn’t include a halo die.) Once I glued the layers together, I finished the card with a few orange sequins left over from my Halloween blend that came free in my last order from The Rabbit Hole Designs. A little Diamond Glaze over the sequins, and the turkey’s eye and mug, give this card some extra sparkle. 

I don’t send out a lot of Thanksgiving cards, but now that my son has moved to Florida for work, I want to send him a special one. It will be our first Thanksgiving apart. I know, I have to let him grow up, but I was hoping he’d get his first place down the street, not 3000 miles away. πŸ˜‰ Luckily, he came home to visit for a few days last week. And I’ll see him again in December, so this card will tide us over. Do you send out Thanksgiving cards?

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  1. The pie is so cute. And the turkey is a crack up. LOVE THESE> I was surprised that you have a son that is old enough to move away. I thought you were about 22. Did I read it incorrectly?

    • Lol, thank you Sharon. My oldest daughter is almost 22, my son will be 21 next month. I can’t say I wish I was 22 again, but I kind of miss my 30s 😁

  2. Your card is fabulous. I had to go and order the turkey. Thanks for the fun idea.

  3. Really cute card! I love the clever way you created the pie! The caffeinated turkey is really a fun design!

  4. Really cute idea for Thanksgiving and so well executed!

  5. These caffeinated pals are all just adorable and this card is too! Thanksgiving cards are a special with me…as we age (and I have) we have friends, relatives and past coworkers all of whom we use cards to stay in touch and Thanksgiving is always one of the designs I try to start on many many months in advance because sooo very many cards are needed!

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