Thanksgiving Seconds & Thirds

The lat­est Amper­Art just arrived from the turkey farm!


#11 Seconds & Thirds
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Seconds & Thirds — who can eat just one helping of Thanksgiving dinner?

We stuff our­selves, go play some games or watch a tra­di­tion­al hol­i­day movie, then…head back for seconds.

After that’s set­tled, whether we can fit it in or not, we…go back for thirds.

The food is just that delicious!

And then of course, there’s dessert. Sec­onds & thirds on that, too!

Or maybe your guests are return­ing to the din­ner table to take anoth­er look at your cheer­ful, charm­ing Amper­Art placeholders…


AmperArt Dinner Table Décor

Thanksgiving dinner table placeholderCre­ate fun & fab­u­lous guest place­hold­ers. Quick & easy to print, cut & fold.

Strut over and 

Cre­ate your free Thanks­giv­ing din­ner place­hold­ers here.

fea­tur­ing Chaz DeS­i­mone’s Amper­Art #11, “Sec­onds & Thirds.” 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Please invite your Fam­i­ly & Friends to sub­scribe to Amper​Art​.com.
Hope­ful­ly they will then set their table with Amper­Art place­hold­ers &
invite you over for dinner.


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What — no turquoise feathers?

Remem­ber cut­ting out con­struc­tion paper feath­ers to make your Thanks­giv­ing turkey art in grade school?

I made a very col­or­ful turkey with a fan of tail feath­ers com­prised of every col­or of the rain­bow – or at least every col­or of con­struc­tion paper. There were blue feath­ers, pink feath­ers, green, pur­ple & flu­o­res­cent yel­low feath­ers. I thought the turkey was the “coolest ani­mal in the whole wide world because it was the most col­or­fullest!” Man, was I dis­ap­point­ed to dis­cov­er the truth. First no San­ta Claus, then no Tech­ni­col­or turkeys.

I could at least look for­ward to East­er, where I knew absolute­ly, pos­i­tive­ly that East­er eggs came in any color you want­ed to make them!

 


Have a won­der­ful, deli­cious & col­or­ful Thanksgiving.


Production notes for # 11 Seconds & Thirds:
Original size: 20x30 inches
Program: Illustrator
Font: Showcard Gothic
Ampersand: stuffed & basted
Images for # 11 Seconds & Thirds:
Table setting from cook​ing​man​ag​er​.com
Photo by EvanSensenbrenner
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5 thoughts to “Thanksgiving Seconds & Thirds”

  1. I just LOVE this, Chaz! It evokes exact­ly the type of child­hood construction-​paper mem­o­ries you described! How fun! Can’t wait to print out our placecards!

    Hap­py Thanksgiving!
    Lisa

  2. Chaz thank you so much for this!! Every year for Thanks­giv­ing I usu­al­ly make place cards and this year I’m going to use yours! 

    Hap­py Thanks­giv­ing to you too!

  3. You are tru­ly a great expres­sion of the giv­ing feast, Chaz. You give and give, with­out thought of return — ready and will­ing to stuff your guests until they’re hap­py and satisfied. (:
    Thank you, ever so much! (:
    Tam

    1. I smiled at your clever pun. Glad you are enjoy­ing this art­work which I am hav­ing so much fun cre­at­ing. I hope you have a beau­ti­ful (and tasty) Thanks­giv­ing with your sons and fam­i­ly, Tammi.

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