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UPDATED ⋆ Feast Mode SVG Originally Published on November 14, 2016
I love Thanksgiving. Maybe because it’s right near my birthday and so that’s when we always celebrated and I got my gifts and got to see my whole family at the same time? Maybe it’s because turkey and dressing are the bomb? <— I think that’s it. Good food is a huge driving force in my life :)
Turkey and dressing wasn’t the type of thing we had every day. Nope. It was totally limited to Thanksgiving and sometimes Christmas. But typically Christmas was ham time. It just depended on how much we begged Mimmie. Could we convince her that sweet baby Jesus would have wanted turkey? Because you know he totally would. If we couldn’t then Feast Mode only happened ONE time a year.
Come Thanksgiving we’d pile plates with turkey and dressing and mashed potatoes and gravy and green bean casserole and ‘orange stuff’. We’d sit our butts on down in front of the TV with our plastic TV trays in front of us and yell at the Cowboys. <– That’s the Dallas Cowboys for y’all not in the know. And when we were stuffed to the max it was time to fill up the dessert plate with Mississippi Mud Cake, lemon cream pie minus the meringue (you can keep your cow slobber, thank you very much) plus whatever other pies got made and more ‘orange stuff’. Mmm.
I know there is more to Thanksgiving than food but the food truly my favorite part.
It’s also the best part for pretty much all of my family. And we’ve always done it up right.
But back in 2016, it was going to be the first Thanksgiving I didn’t get to cook and then share a meal with them. And my heart was a little bit broken over it. After I left the Oklahoma and family I loved behind and couldn’t make it for Thanksgiving I decided to make some tees for my nephews. And so I came up with the idea to use a common work out phrase (Beast Mode) into an awesome Feast Mode Thanksgiving tee. Huzzah!
This post originally went live way back in 2016 when life was so much different for me. And so today when it popped up in my mind I decided a few things. 1. I was going to make a new design to add to this post and 2. I HATED the photos in the original post and I really wanted to change them.
This year, I’ll be spending Thanksgiving where I really longed to be for years… with my family. And maybe, just maybe I’ll make one of 3 different “Feast Mode” tee-shirts each of my turkeys :)
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What you need to make a Feast Mode Tee:
- Shirt (I love these raglan tees)
- Cricut Maker (Amazon ⋆ Cricut) (or another cutting machine)
- Cricut EasyPress 2 (Amazon ⋆ Cricut)
- Heat Transfer Vinyl (Amazon ⋆Cricut ⋆ Expressions Vinyl)
Have a fabulous Turkey Day, y’all!
It’ll be here before you know it, so grab those files and make your Feast Mode tees today!