Gobble Up Some Thanksgiving Crafts

There’s one day left till Thanksgiving. You’ve got this all you stay at home, work from home, took time off this week, homeschooling parents! And just in case you don’t got this….here’s some Thanksgiving themed craft project ideas to get you through!

TP Tube and Paper Plate Turkey: This is the only project I can take credit for…although I think I stole the idea from kindergarten or daycare originally. Pretty strait forward, cut a white paper plate in half and have your kids color turkey feathers on it any way they like. Then glue the plate to a toilet paper tube. Add the face and have a gobbling good time.

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Paper Plate Turkey Check out the site I have hyperlinked to for instructions on building the ultimate grandparents’ keepsake pictured above. This makes a great hostess gift for an aunt or uncle as well.

Image courtesy of Handy Little Me

Pinecone Turkey/Construction Paper Pumpkin Pie I bow to this lady’s ultimate craftiness! If you have toddlers to second graders, you have to check out her site! These are only a few of the brilliant craft ideas she has come up with. She’s also got instructions for a dot painted Indian corn project, a dot painted turkey, gratefulness rocks, and a bottle cap turkey puppet.

Image courtesy of Kathryn’s Kitchen Blog

Nutter Butter Turkey Cookies Check out this site for instructions to make these super simple Nutter Butter cookies as a last-minute contribution to Thanksgiving dessert. I love that they are no bake so the kids can help make them and they are relatively mess free!

Image courtesy of Desserts on a Dime

Oreo Cookie Turkey Check out Desserts on a Dime for the next two no-bake cookie ideas. Again, super simple, super cute, minimal mess, and no bake so even the littlest of littles can help.

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Pilgrim Hat Cookies

And just in case you need more ideas check out a previous blog post of mine: Thrifty Thanksgiving…Crafts and Activities That Is. for instructions on making a turkey napkin holder, a coffee filter clothespin turkey, and the link to Crayola’s free coloring and activity pages. If you need some activities to do with your kids today check out my post from the other day: Thrifty Thanksgiving Activities for alphabet turkeys and site word Turkey coloring pages.

Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

Cheers!

Love,

Marie

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