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Craft Stick Turkeys Craft

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Craft Stick Turkeys are an easy and fun craft for the entire family. Looking for a fun way to keep the kids entertained as the weather gets cooler and school is out? These craft stick turkeys are the best way to do so! 
 
Another fun craft I like to make is this Turkey Bottle Craft and we love these Mini Turkey Cupcakes, too! From baking to crafting, there are a ton of activities that families can do over the holidays! 
 
Here’s a adorable and easy craft to do with your kiddos this Thanksgiving! With just a few supplies and some glue, you’ll have some fun creating these little craft stick turkeys.
Craft Stick Turkeys

Materials Needed for Craft Stick Turkeys

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How to Make Craft Stick Turkeys 

1. Paint your wooden craft spoons yellow and let dry.

Craft Stick Turkeys #DIY #Homemade

2. Glue googly eyes towards the wide end.

Craft Stick Turkeys #DIY #Homemade

3. Cut out a small triangle from your orange card stock and a small snood from your red card stock and glue below the eyes.

Craft Stick Turkeys #DIY #Homemade

4. Turn the turkey over and glue feathers on the back of the head and let the glue dry before turning back over.

Craft Stick Turkeys #DIY #Homemade

Cute, right? Here’s a Turkey Bottle Craft  that is perfect for Thanksgiving too!

Craft Stick Turkeys Craft
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Craft Stick Turkeys Craft

Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Craft Stick Turkeys are a fun craft to do with your entire family. They're colorful and easy to make.

Instructions

    1. Paint your wooden craft spoons yellow and let dry.
    2. Glue 2 googly eyes towards the wide end.
    3. Cut out a small triangle from your orange card stock and a small snood from your red card stock and glue below the eyes.
    4. Turn the turkey over and glue about 5 feathers on the back of the head and let the glue dry before turning back over.

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Cynthia R

Wednesday 1st of November 2017

Who can resist a turkey craft or a stick craft or the combination! This is really cute!

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