30 Turkey Crafts for Kids

With Thanksgiving coming soon I thought I would do some searching for fun turkey crafts to do with the kids. I am also working on a couple of turkey crafts and I like to search around for motivation and to try to make sure mine are somewhat different than those that are already available.

 30 Turkey Crafts for Kids

As usual, in my quest, I wasn’t disappointed with everything my creative friends had to offer.  I found turkeys made out of everything from pudding (no, it is not an edible craft) to a chunk of a 2” x 4” board.  Once I get my turkey projects done, I hope you will think they are half as creative as I think these wonderful crafts are.

 

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1 – Thanksgiving Turkey Spoon Craft from Reader’s Digest

2 – Pudding Turkey Craft from All Kids Network

3 – Thank You Turkey from First Palette

 

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4 – Tin Can Turkey from Hand Crafts

5 – Plastic Bag Turkey from Spoonful

6 – Light Bulb Turkey from Crafts by Amanda

 

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7 – Turkey Lollipops from Nothing but Country

8 – Thom The Turkey Tulle Wreath from Baby Rabies

9 – Cardboard Turkey from CraftIdeas.com

 

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10 – Turkey Treat Bag from Whatever Dee Dee Wants

11 – Gratitude Turkey Treat Jar from Toddler Approved

12 – Tootsie Pop and Kiss Turkeys from Tippy Toes and Tantrums

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13 – Flower Turkeys from Our Best Bites

14 – Button Turkey from Counting Coconuts

15 – DIY Bottle Cap Turkey Napkin Ring from Country Chic Cottage

 

Stuffed Turkey Kids Craft

16 – Stuffed Turkey Kids Craft from Fiskars

17 – Turkey Napkin Holder Craft from About.com Family Crafts

18 – 2×4 Thanksgiving Turkey from U Create

 

Yarn Ball Turkey

19 – Yarn Ball Turkey from Write it Down

20 – Pom-Pom Turkeys from All You

21 – Paper Tube Turkeys from Silly Eagle Books

 

M&M Party Favors

22 – M&M Party Favors from The Party Animal

23 – Thankful Handprint Turkey from Happy Home Fairy

24 – Family Handprint Turkey from Pounds 4 Pennies

 

Cereal Box Turkeys

25 – Cereal Box Turkeys from Plum Pudding

26 – Turkey Sun Catcher from No Time for Flashcards

27 – Turkey Note Holder from Spoonful

 

Fingerprint Turkey Cards

28 – Fingerprint Turkey Cards from The Charmed Mom

29 – Hand and Foot Turkey from About.com Family Crafts

30 – Thanksgiving Popcorn Turkeys from Two Big Two Little

I hope you take your time to personally check out each and every one of these turkey crafts. Once you read through the tutorials, make sure you leave a comment and let the blogger know just how much you appreciate their creativity – also make sure you tell them About Family Crafts sent you!

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5 comments for “30 Turkey Crafts for Kids

  1. teresa larrosa
    11/15/2013 at 5:11 pm

    todo es muy bonito

    • teresa larrosa
      11/15/2013 at 5:14 pm

      sorry no raitin inglis

  2. Kelly
    11/19/2013 at 4:38 pm

    My son and I made this yesterday. He picked out which of the 30 Turkey Crafts he wanted to make. It’s very cute, but I just knew it would not stand up. We used craft foam instead of felt which added lots of weight so that probably is responsible for the not standing on his own two feet thing. Craft foam is what I had on hand and my son also chose to use that instead of felt. We also used googly eyes instead of felt and tiny pompoms, it was just easier. Again, we used what we had on hand (no tiny pompoms and could not find in the store). I will say the fantail was way too big. We cut each layer down in size considerably. All said and done we have a cute sitting turkey. It’s all good, he’s just a little lazy, lol! Doing this craft inspired us to also make a snowman with some of the pompoms in the package (the only thing we purchased). I would love to share it with a photo and instructions if there is some way for me to do so. Thanks for the craft!

  3. Kelly
    11/19/2013 at 4:39 pm

    Sorry! We made the Pompom Turkey.

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