Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix

Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix

Great for munching on the way to Grandma's house or leaving on the table for guests to munch on before the main meal, this Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix is a delicious addition to your Thanksgiving meal.  Gather up some Mason jars and create your own Turkey mix for a Thanksgiving craft that kids and adults of all ages will love!  Fun Thanksgiving crafts like this also make great parting favors for guests. Make some Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix for a surefire good time.

Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix


  • Fuse Creativity System® Starter Set
  • Paper Crimper
  • Detail Scissors (5")
  • Holiday Hooplah Simple Stick™ Repositionable Rubber Stamps (8" x 8")
  • Stamp Block Set
  • Stamp Block SetVarious Cardstock
  • Brown Ink
  • Brown Baker’s Twine
  • Glue Dots
  • Ultra Fine Sharpie
  • Blush Marker
  • Glue dots
  • Dimensional Foam Tape
  • Quart-sized Canning Jars with Seals/Rings
  • Chex Cereals
  • Pretzels
  • Butter
  • Seasoned Salt
  • Garlic Powder
  • Onion Powder
  • Worchestershire Sauce
  • Candy Corn
  • Peanuts
  • Reese’s Pieces Candies



  1. First, prepare your “gobble, gobble” mix. If you’re making your own batch of munchies, I recommend using the original Chex mix recipe found here on their website (http://www.chex.com/Recipes/RecipeView.aspx?RecipeId=6709). I use the oven preparation version. Otherwise, you’ll need a 15oz. bag of the store-bought version. Place your party mix in a medium bowl and add nuts, peanut butter flavored candies (such as Reece’s Pieces) and candy corn. The measurements aren’t exact, but 1 cup of each should be sufficient.  Sometimes I’ll even add a cup or two of Honey Nut Cheerios.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  2. After mixing so the candy pieces are distributed evenly, you can fill your jars.  One batch will fill 3 quart-sized canning jars.  I prefer to use wide-mouthed jars making it easier for your recipient to snack from.  Add the seal and tighten the rim before tying on extra wide lace ribbon.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  3. To create your turkey embellishment for the front of the jar, you’ll need to use your Fuse Creativity System along with Medium Design Set 0108 to create some letterpressed leaves using brown ink on cardstock. Clip the stems off of the leaves, and then overlap them as shown to create the base for the turkey’s fan of feathers.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  4. Run a variety of paper scraps through your Paper Crimper, then punch using your Oval ‘N Oval Squeeze Punch. You’ll need a total of 5. If you need color inspiration, you might find Pantone’s Fall 2012 Fashion Color Report to be a helpful guide.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  5. Use glue dots to adhere the 5 punched ovals to the back of the layered leaves.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  6. Hand-cut a turkey head from light brown cardstock. You’ll notice the head resembles the shape of a wooden kitchen spoon.  Add character to the turkey by cutting a beak, waddle and adding blush to the cheeks and eyes with marker. Define the outline of the turkey by inking the edges with dark brown ink. Embellish the neck with a single strand of brown baker’s twine tied into a bow.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  7. Adhere turkey head to feather fan using dimensional foam adhesive. Then adhere to the front of the canning jar using glue dots.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  8. Stamp “happy thanksgiving” from the Holiday Hooplah Repositionable Stamp Set onto cardstock using a coordinating color of ink. Then adhere to canning jar below your feathered friend.

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix
  9. I hope you enjoying gifting your friends and family with some homemade “gobble, gobble” mix! We here at Fiskars are wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving!

    Gobble Gobble Turkey Mix




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Love the turkey design, he is so cute! You could also use these for sending home with guests some goodies after the thanksgiving meal, or to give as a hostess gift. Make a bunch if these and sell for a school or church fundraiser, using older jars from estate or garage sales! these cute little turkeys would look great in their own as a banner for the mantle or as a centerpiece too! Thanks for sharing!

this is an awsome idea


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