heres a closer look of what they each look like. this is the baby one. I grew the gourds myself and dryed them out by hanging in basement. It takes about a year to dry out. I have had these for awhile. ha I also made snowmen out of them one year.
My granddaughter and I decided we would put a little twist on it and add what do you think if you were a turkey you would be thankful for. Shes four so this was fun for her.
we made these turkey gourds she painted all brown first then let dry. Then tie the ribbon around neck. used design calander leaf in september. cut at 6 in then cut the little wings in 3in
for hat we cut out in november at 3 in used george cart 3in star for feet 1 and a half for gobbler and 1 in for heart the beak. now glue on hat next add eyes , gobbler then beak now add your leafs for the feathers put wings on cut some kind of stick add a 1 in retangle for sign the signs are all different here is what the turkeys are thankful for. thankful your not a turkey,
thankful for ham, thankful for chicken, thankful for fish and the baby one says thank ful Im to cute to eat.