It's that dreaded time of the year when every turkey sweats joining the Thanksgiving Day dinner table. And all turkeys around the U.S. are hoping to be that one, lucky turkey that the President will pardon so that he may get to live many happy years without ever fearing the holiday seasons again.
Well, I say, let there be turkeys who may join us in giving thanks without worrying that they will be on the chopping block, to be stuffed, cooked, and feasted on.
And hence my idea for the duct tape turkey that will join in on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table without fear. Pardon My Duct Tape Turkey but he's just too cute and too small to cook.
The "ingredients" you will need to make a duct tape turkey are:
-duct tape rolls (colors: brown, black, yellow, orange, red, and white)
-scissor (titanium works best for cutting without getting too sticky)
-self-healing cutting mat or a ruler
-duct tape scraps, plastic bags or paper scraps
-optional: razor or X-Acto cutter