Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Turkeys In Disguise


Last week Tyler came home with a plain, black and white line drawing of a turkey and a homework assignment:

He needed to give "Tom the Turkey" a disguise to keep him from becoming Thanksgiving dinner.  Well, since I love me some silly, I couldn't resist making some of my own...




I had lots of fun creating concealment, but my favorite disguise was...


Tyler's!

Happy Thanksgiving!

18 comments:

  1. Marianne @ RuffHavenNovember 22, 2011 at 11:08 PM

    so...where are the Turkeys????


    :)

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  2. i'm sorry. there is no way i can top marianne's comment.

    xxa

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  3. Leave it to you. I'm still laughing. Wishing you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving.

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  4. OMG! Camo Turkey is SO our Maryland piñata! Yay for great family, great times, great memories! (and Spam!)

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  5. His is MOST PERFECT!!!!! What a creative mind, hummmmm...wonder where he gets that!!!!
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!
    cheers, dana

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  6. This is too funny. Clever Tyler!

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  7. These are great!!! ilove the pink one:)

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  8. Fabulous both of you! And what a great idea Tyler!

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  9. What a fun little project. I think the black and white is my favorite. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. I for one am grateful to know you here. I may not always comment but I am an avid follower because you are so positive and inspirational.

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  10. Kristin these are hilarious, lol. I started laughing from the camouflage one! What a cute kiddie project too.

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  11. fantastic! and I sure do love me a moustache...

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  12. Awwwww....I LOVE it. hee hee Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! :)

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  13. Too fun! That turkey is pretty darn creative!

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  14. AHAHAHAHAHA! that last one has me just about rolling on the floor!!! that peeking one eye is the best. your tyler must be amazed to see what his silly mother does with his homework assignments.

    happy thanksgiving. glad glad glad to know you!

    kj

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  15. heeheee...I just LOVE how our little people's minds work..what a genius disguise :)As always, I'm inruigued as to how YOUR mind works too! hehe!!Hugs to you! xx

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