This Thanksgiving craft we did today is probably one of my favorites! We used handprints to make turkey feathers and glued it to a headband for the kids to wear. When we were finishing up the turkey art project, she called the legs “ziggy zaggies” and “stairs” it was too cute!
- Brown, white, orange, yellow, and red paper
- Black marker
Start by cutting two wide strips of brown paper and measure your child’s head. Tape or staple it together and cut out two white circle eyes.
Trace your child’s handprint on three different colored papers, then cut them out. Make a turkey head figure with the brown paper and have the kids glue some eyes and a beak to it.
Glue the handprints behind the head and glue the whole thing onto the headband (we taped ours). Cut out two strips for the turkey’s feet and tape them on the inside. Gobble gobble!Make sure to follow Crafty Morning on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram or subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter! :)
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