Saturday, November 28, 2015

Saturday Critters ~ 102 ~

Today's critter is my Thanksgiving Turkey...

Fresh vegetables shaped into a turkey.
 Made with a lot of time, patience and love. 
Unlike the fried turkey, no one wanted to eat it.

Sharing today's images with

26 comments:

  1. Love.It. ! Super cute and fresh veggies are always a welcome sight amid all the rich foods of the holidays.

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  2. Very creative with the fresh veggies.

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  3. Oh how much fun is that! Love it! I'm always amazed by others creativity !
    Happy weekend!

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  4. Well Debbe that is brilliant. A piece of art and I do not thik I would like to ddestroy it by eating it

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  5. That's so cute! You come up with the BEST ideas, Debbie. :)

    xoxo

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  6. Hello, Debbie! I love your cute turkey. Lots of healthy food at your place! Great critter and idea !
    Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  7. I am so impressed that you made this! I want one of these on my table next year!

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  8. Oh Wow!! Your herbivorous turkey is amazing!! I am not surprised it sat on your table untouched, it is much too beautiful to be eaten, however delicious it looks. Such art needs to be lingered over. Your turkey is a visual delight, Debbie!!

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  9. Oh i love that!!! Gorgeous and so photogenic!!! Lol

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  10. That is so cute!!! I would have eaten it. All of it I think. It turned out fantastic and fun.

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  11. Oh, this is so creative. It really is what we should all have been eating. Loved this one; hugs~

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  12. What a great turkey! And pretty healthy eating too!

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  13. Love it! At my house, this bird would have been gone before the other one was finished cooking.

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  14. A tasty turkey Debbie !!!
    Good Sunday ;)
    Besos.

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  15. I love vegetables.
    Grief eat like a miracle. Peacock is very beautiful.
    Greetings.

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  16. This is too cute to eat! Nice work!

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  17. That is just too cool, look at all those yummy colors!! That would be hard to be the first to dig into it that's for sure!

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  18. Oh Debbie, your turkey is just too cute to eat! I love it, my friend :) You are so clever.

    Thanks for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. Happy day to you!

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  19. Debbie Debbie Debbie

    This is just

    FANTASTIC FANTASTIC FANTASTIC

    All the best Jan

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