Cricut Design Space Star: Turkey Shoot Thanksgiving Tablescape
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It’s that time again! I’ve got a few DIY projects to do with your Cricut Explore™ to decorate for Thanksgiving dinner! Carrying on with my bird-themed Halloween cake topper and garland, I thought I would design a beautiful, vintage-inspired Turkey Shoot tablescape! Using your Cricut Explore, you can make the Turkey Chalkboard Place Card or Feather Place Card, and the Chalkboard Menu.
Before we dive into the project, let’s chat for a hot minute about Cricut Explore™. In case this is your first time on my blog, I have to ask, did you know that with the Cricut Explore™, you can upload YOUR OWN DESIGNS? So cool right? And, the Cricut Explore™ can cut so many different types of materials including paper, card stock, felt, fabric, metal, and wood! Check out the Cricut Explore Cut List here. So no more endless cutouts with scissors or exacto knives!
I’ve worked with paper for my past Cricut Explore projects, so for this Turkey Shoot, I thought I would explore (pun intended) working with wood. Wood is a bit more durable for packing away after the holidays, and with place cards and menus you want to be able to change the names and foods year after year, so I thought chalkboard-painted wood would be great for a Thanksgiving tabletop.
Ok, so let’s get started making some quick and easy Thanksgiving DIYS. Let’s start with the Turkey Place Cards. You’re going to need a few materials.