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Turkey Bottle Craft

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What sorts of decor do you have on your table for Thanksgiving? Do you make place cards, have special plates, or napkins? This Turkey Bottle Craft is going to be fun for the kids to help you make and also a great way for your family and friends to have a favor to take home! 

Turkey Bottle Craft

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Materials Needed for this Turkey Bottle Craft

How to Make The Turkey Bottle Craft

Fill the bottle with Whopper candies to resemble the body of a turkey! 
Turkey Bottle 1
Place a few large glue dots on the back of the bottles and attach a few of the fake fall leaves to resemble turkey feathers.
 
Use the glue dots to hold them in place. you can also use a Hot glue gun if you wish. the glue dots allow you to move them around as needed. 
Turkey Bottle 2
Turn the bottle around and glue 2 google eyes to the front of the turkey. 
 
Give the turkey a nose using the orange puffy paint. 
 
Lastly, give the turkey a waddle using the red puffy paint (see photo).  
Turkey Bottle 3
 
Turkey Bottle Craft

Turkey Bottle Craft

Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

These Turkey Bottles are perfet for Thanskgiving tablescape! They're super simple to make too!

Materials

  • 12 oz used glass bottle
  • Whopper candies
  • Fake fall leaves
  • Red puffy paint
  • Orange puffy paint
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue stick
  • Large glue dots OR hot glue gun

Tools

Instructions

    1. Fill the bottle with Whopper candies.
    2. Place a few large glue dots on the back of the bottles and attach a few of the fake fall leaves (see photo) so they resemble turkey feathers. Use the glue dots to hold them in place. you can also use a Hot glue gun if you wish. the glue dots allow you to move them around as needed.
    3. Turn the bottle around and glue 2 google eyes to the front of the turkey.
    4. Give the turkey a nose using the orange puffy paint.
    5. Lastly, give the turkey a waddle using the red puffy paint (see photo).

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