This is an 8"x10" wall hanging I made. I made it to replace the "Fright Night" wall hanging I made for Halloween. You can see that wall hanging here if you want.
I created the partial rosette from a 12"x3" strip of patterned paper from the Indian Summer Stack by DWCV. I used a Fiskars border punch on one side of it, then used my Martha Stewart score board to create the pleats. I folded it, then spread it out into a turkey tail. I got the idea for the turkey on the Cricut messageboard, by Camille Robinson, you can see that post here. She made a card from this guy, but I went larger and made him a wall hanging. Once I had my tail, I cut my turkey. He is cut from Animal Kingdom at 6." I covered his beak with glossy accents and used some brown gems for his eyes. The fancy acorn and leaves corner is from Art Nouveau. I cut it at 6" as well. The leaves are embossed with the Tiny Bubbles embossing folder. I used some Tim Holtz Distress Ink on the embossing folder before I embossed them. The orange leaves were inked with vintage photo ink and the gold leaves were inked with wild honey. It doesn't show up will in the photos, but looks really nice in person. I embossed the tops of the acorns with the Swiss Dots folder and added glossy accents to the bottom parts of the acorns. I also pop-dotted the acorns. The pumpkins are cut from the Pooh & Friends cartridge at 2 1/2." I embossed the pumpkins with the Distress Stripes embossing folder and pop-dotted the smallest pumpkin. The apples and basket were cut from Doodlecharms. I pop-dotted the basket and placed four of the apples in the basket and one of them behind it. I added glossy accents to all the apples and crackle accents to the basket. I finished it off with some gems on the basket.