Turkey Table Accents

Turkey Table Accents

This fun Thanksgiving craft project for kids from The New Image Group uses a fresh take on the age-old method of tracing your hand to create a paper turkey. This free Thanksgiving craft idea for kids is fun and decorative.
 

Turkey Table Accents
 

Materials:

  • Cocoa EZ Felt Sheet, 12 x 18
  • Red Soft Felt Sheet, 9 x 12
  • Tangerine Soft Felt Sheet, 9 x 12
  • Four 3/8" Diameter Google Eyes
  • Fabric Glue
  • Scissors

Instructions:

  1. Trace around your child's hand onto a piece of Cocoa EZ Felt twice.

    Turkey Table Accents - hand
     
  2. Cut out hands from EZ Felt Sheet.
     
  3. Cut corresponding slits on each felt hand. One hand will have a slit going from the middle finger to the center of the palm. On the other hand, the slit goes from the bottom of the palm to the center point of the hand.

    Turkey Table Accents
     
  4. Glue google eyes onto the thumbs of the hands. This will be your turkey's head.
     
  5. Cut 8 Feather Shapes each from the Red and Orange Soft Felt Sheets. Also cut an oval shape from the Red Felt.
     
  6. Glue feathers and oval to the turkey like shown above. Repeat for the other side. You will have to recut the slit from Step 3 on one of the hands.
     
  7. Slip together.

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I'm looking for a turkey project made from a sandwich cookie(white) a chocolate drop, and candy corn. I used to make them for a Senior Citizen home delivered meal project, but I forgot how to do it. Thanks!

Here is a website for this project! I made these last year and they are really cute on the table. The only trouble is they get stale, so the cookie gets soft. They were eaten anyway! Good luck http://www.food.com/recipe/oreo-cookie-turkeys-142998

This is so cool....I am going to have my niece and nephew make these for our Thanksgiving Table to match the turkey hats we made last year!

This is really cute and looks fun to make as well.

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