Here are the pieces I used except I forgot to put the owl punch in this picture.
I stacked the leaves and trimmed off the bottom for the tail, then I put 2 leaves together for each wing. I used the smallest flower in the Boho Blossoms punch for the waddle. I made 2 waddles from each flower. I trimmed off a petal, skipped 2 and trimmed off another petal and cut what was left in half. The beak is one of the little hearts on the owl punch. I placed these on the front of the owl who had his feet and ears cut off (ouch!). I had several sizes of wiggle eyes. On the smaller eyes I also used the circles from the owl punch behind the eyes to make them large owl eyes.
I filled it with some kisses, peanut butter cups and Hershey's mini candy bars. I think it would be cool to put a little sign in each turkey with the names of your guests and use them for place holders at the Thanksgiving table!
Here is another turkey I made to put on treats. I used the same owl punch turkey face but used the 2 3/8" Scalloped Circle and the 1 3/4" scalloped circle (2 of each) for the tail and the Bird Builder punch wings for the little turkey's wings.
I learned how to make a box with the Envelope Punch Board so I used the little scalloped circle turkeys to put on the front of these too. They are a perfect size to hold an individually packaged Reeses Peanut Butter cup.
I hope you have time to make some fun paper turkeys for Thanksgiving. They are easier to make than a real turkey but I don't reckon they taste as good!