Wood Slice Turkey for Thanksgiving
Welcome to Day 2 of the “Thankful for Repurposing” Challenge. Today I am showing you how I made a wood slice turkey.
A while back I took a few smaller logs from our wood burning pile and cut some wood slices using the miter saw.
I only used one of the wood slices for this project and 4 clothespins.
I took the clothespins apart and painted them yellow, orange, and red, and the wood slice was painted brown.
I used the tip of the handle of a paint brush to paint the face on the turkey. Then the clothespins were hot glued onto the back of the wood slice, and voila, a turkey was made. This is such a quick and easy project, and perfect for a Thanksgiving decoration.
What do you think of this little turkey? I’ve got some wood slice snowmen coming up soon.
Thanks for sharing!!