You Will Love These Turkey Crafts

Thanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays, and this turkey craft will help you make it even more special.

Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday of each month of November and is a day for us to reflect on what we are grateful for in our lives.

Traditional foods are sweet potatoes, cranberries, pumpkin pie and, of course, turkey. In fact, Turkey is so popular on Thanksgiving that some people even call it “Turkey Day”.”

Learn how to celebrate this holiday with crafts related to Turkey:

These colorful turkeys are perfect for decorating the house on Thanksgiving. Learn how to make this fun Thanksgiving craft.

There won’t just be a turkey at the table this Thanksgiving after you dress up in this turkey costume.Brighten up the furniture of y

our home with these soft and colorful turkey pillows.

There’s no better way to get that big meal to work than by playing a fun game after dinner. Learn how to create the Thanksgiving game ” Stick the tail on the turkey.”

Everyone loves to eat on turkey day. Here is a table decoration that looks beautiful and tastes even better.

The turkeys will come from every corner of the house after making some of these turkey decorations out of clay.\

Add some holiday cheer to your Thanksgiving table with these fun turkey table favors.

You will be greeted by turkeys every time you come home when you make this funny decoration.

On the next page you will learn how to turn ordinary balloons into a flock of colorful turkeys.

Turkey Blow-Ups

Entertain the Thanksgiving crowd at home by transforming into a giant turkey with this turkey costume.

What You Need:
Box

Colour

Brush

Scissors

Adhesive

Tissue paper

Carton

Handmade feathers

T-shirt

Sticky

This Thanksgiving there will be two turkeys in the house: one on the table and one dancing in the house. Turn into a festive holiday turkey.

Make a turkey head by painting a cardboard box (large enough to hold your head inside) red. Cut holes for the eyes.

Peel off the yellow, orange and red tissue paper feathers and stick them all over the front of the box so that the eye holes are free.

Cut a beak in the form of a triangle from cardboard, paint it yellow and glue it under the eyes on the front side of the box. You can also cut the acacia into cardboard, paint it red and attach it to the bottom of the box.

Glue handmade feathers on an old red T-shirt and put on red tights to complete the costume. Now practice your gobble and start talking about turkey.

The holidays are a great time to fill the house with festive decorations. Click on the next page to learn how to make cool – and convenient-Thanksgiving decorations.

Thanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays, and this turkey craft will help you make it even more special. Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday of each month of November and is a day for us to reflect on what we are grateful for in our lives. Traditional foods…

Thanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays, and this turkey craft will help you make it even more special. Thanksgiving is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday of each month of November and is a day for us to reflect on what we are grateful for in our lives. Traditional foods…

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