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.
Make easy and inexpensive concrete pumpkins by putting a layer of Henry FeatherFinish skimcoat over Styrofoam pumpkins from a thrift store.
Junk turkey season is here! I'm digging into my cache of collected kitchen castoffs and assembling them into something resembling a Thanksgiving bird.