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OK, you know me with pictures, so I will have to describe what DD made and maybe it will get me a few points
At school, Kathryn's class was doing a "We are thankful for other cultures" for Thanksgiving. Each kids picked a country and wrote a report on it and decorated their turkey with a costume of the country or other similar things and bring in a food from the country.
So Kathryn picked Japan. She started with a big coloring book type picture of a big, fat turkey. She colored it the typical brown turkey with yellow feet and all multi-colored feathers. Then she found a picture of a girl wearing a red kimono with gold accents and trim, holding a fan. I enlarged the picture and she cut out and glued it over her turkey so it looked like the turkey was wearing the kimono, holding the fan. We looked at pictures of Sumo wrestlers for the turkey. ( I thought it would be good because they are both big and fat.) But she thought it was too gross.
So there you go, a turkey wearing a red kimono holding a fan.