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Turkey Crafts

I know it’s weird! But even today I still love a good turkey craft, so I want to share some of that affinity with you, so that you can pass it along to your children. Maybe there’s something on the list below that your child will love and will give them good memories. Check out these 20 turkey crafts below and let me know your favorite!

  1. Coffee Filter Turkey Craft from buggyandbuddy.com
  2. Turkey Color Match Craft from iheartcraftythings.com
  3. Paper Plate & Ribbon Turkey Kid Craft from blitsy.com
  4. Egg Carton Turkey Craft For Thanksgiving from redtedart.com
  5. Colorful Cupcake Liner Turkey Craft For Kids from raisinglittlesuperheroes.com
  6. Colorful Turkey Paper Plate Craft from hellowonderful.co
  7. Thanksgiving Turkey Puppet Craft from mermagblog.com
  8. Fall Leaf Turkey Craft For Kids from momdot.com
  9. Pumpkin Pine Cone Turkey Craft from plentyofpaprika.blogspot.com
  10. Thanksgiving Turkey Balloons from designimprovised.com
  11. Turkey Pot Craft from we-made-that.com
  12. Turkey Glove Puppet Free Pattern from dreamalittlebigger.com
  13. Handmade Turkey Puzzle For Thanksgiving from kcedventures.com
  14. DIY Bottle Cap Turkey Napkin Rings from thecountrychiccottage.net
  15. Talkin’ Turkey…Thanksgiving Favors from oneartsymama.com
  16. DIY Gratitude Turkey from modernparentsmessykids.com
  17. 5 Easy Turkey Crafts For Kids from blessthismessplease.com
  18. Thanksgiving Turkey Hat Tutorial from momdot.com
  19. Toilet Paper Roll Turkey Kid Craft from theresourcefulmama.com
  20. Turkey Tracks from fun-a-day.com

 

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5 thoughts on “Turkey Crafts

      1. I am really looking forward to Christmas on your blog!!! 😀

        I created a FB page to start sharing moving blogs, fun blogs, crafty blogs, inspirations, or whatever is tickling my fancy. It is new, but I wanted a place to start making bookmarks for myself while also sharing with others. I have been sharing some of your things and will continue to do so: https://www.facebook.com/shatteredinhim/

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  1. We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia, Kelley… your history, of course. However, I love the idea and the fun associated with it… Seems a great beginning for the festive season… 🙂

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