Turkey Crafts

I am LOVING all of the Turkey Crafts that are popping up around Blog Land!

I am pretty sure that the Happy Buddy and I are going to have to try them all. :-)

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Rachel, over at I Heart Crafty Things, always has the cutest projects!

This November, she and her Happy Buddies made this clever and colorful Paper Plate Turkey.

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We all love to create crafts that double as keepsakes.

Meet the Dubiens has a super cute Handprint Turkey that you will treasure for years to come!

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Katherine Marie Photography has done it again with a fabulous post of Turkey Crafts.

I especially liked these Handprint Clothespin Turkeys!

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This next craft from TPcraft.com (yes, it is an entire site dedicated to projects made out of recycled toilet paper rolls!) wasn’t originally meant to be a turkey, but rather a peacock.

Don’t you just love re-purposing those paint chip strips?!

Add a little wattle, however, and you’ve got yourself one adorable TP Turkey.I found this Pasta Turkey in the November issue of Publix Family Style Magazine.

Then I saw that someone had pinned a picture of it on Pinterest, so I had to share it here.

I love all of these different ways to make cute turkey feathers!

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Speaking of feathers, here is a neat way to help your Happy Buddies learn their colors from Laugh, Paint, Create!

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Toddler Approved made this fabulous Turkey Treat Jar as a way of teaching gratitude.

I love it when crafts encourage such lovely and positive thinking in our Happy Homes!

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Here at Happy Home Fairy you can find these unbelievably easy Turkey Wooden Spoons that we made last year with our play group!

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And, finally, Kaboose shares how to make an adorable Family Turkey where all of your Thanksgiving dinner guests can write on a turkey feather what they are thankful for.

I hope you found something here to gobble about!

Happy Turkey Craft-ing! :-)

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  4. Nice ideas for thanksgiving crafts, I will make this crafts on this thanksgiving. Thanksgiving crafts keeping children busy during the holidays requires creative thinking on your part, especially when you have plenty of things to do.

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