Easy Turkey Craft

I love an easy craft where I have all of the materials on hand!

This cute little turkey (with inspiration from HERE) was a lot of fun to make.  Don’t you just love all the colors?

What you need:

Construction paper – brown, orange and red (I accidentally put yellow in the picture instead of red!  Oops!)

Scissors

Glue

Paper Plate

Colorful tissue paper cut into squares

Googly eyes

Step 1 – Cut the paper plate in half.

Step 2 – Drizzle glue all over the plate.

Step 3 – Lay the tissue paper squares on top of the paper plate however you fancy.

Step 4 – Cut turkey’s body, beak, feet, and waddle from the construction paper.

Step 5 – Glue the turkey’s face together and attach everything to the paper plate.

Step 6 – Voila!  A colorful little turkey!

This one’s mine. :-)

Happy Easy Turkey Craft-ing! :-)

*Check out THIS year’s Super Easy Turkey Craft HERE!*

*And you can find my other great Turkey Crafts HERE, HERE, and HERE!*

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21 thoughts on “Easy Turkey Craft

  1. This looks adorable and easy. I will be bringing the supplies to our Thanksgiving gathering this year and let the kids go wild. Love how colorful it is with Bright crepe paper feathers. Thanks!

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