When Aristotle said, "The whole is greater than the sum of its parts," I'm pretty sure he had junk turkeys in mind.
One man's trash is another woman's repurposed junk turkey.
Meet Junk Turkey No. 9. His body says mid-century modern, but his eyes scream Kermit the Frog.
So much junk, so little time. Here's Turkey No. 8 in my junk turkey series. He's made from vintage kichenware, including pots, pans, pie tins, and a potato ricer.
Nothing says "fall" like an upcycled turkey made out of thrift store junk. This one is built with an old colander, a battered pot and a garden sprinkler.
Junk turkey season is here! I'm digging into my cache of collected kitchen castoffs and assembling them into something resembling a Thanksgiving bird.