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Shake Your Tailfeather Placemat Tutorial

By: Tammy from she-wears-flowers.com
Shake Your Tailfeather Placemat Tutorial
Shake Your Tailfeather Placemat Tutorial
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The kids will have a gobbling good time at Thanksgiving dinner when they see these adorable DIY placemats! This Shake Your Tailfeather Placemat Tutorial will delight the kiddos and impress your adult guests at your family gathering. This cute turkey is just the right piece of DIY home decor for November. Plus, its tailfeathers hold silverware, so it's absolutely the most charming way to set the kids' table! It might look like it comes from Pottery Barn, but you just won't beat this easy and - best of all - free placemat pattern. It's almost too cute to handle!

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

Intermediate

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This is so cute and would be so much fun for little ones to teach them all those proper etiquette rules for using flatware! I am wondering if this would be too bumpy to put a plate on as a placemat until the flatware was removed? This same idea could be expanded for a centerpiece table runner, or even as a wall hanging, or draped on the back of a sofa for some nice thanksgiving holiday decor! Fun And creative project!

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