Turkey Pot Craft

By | November 22, 2013

Thanksgiving Turkey Craft

Last year my daughter made this cute Turkey Pot Craft for fun.  I just love how cute this turkey looks and he still looks great sitting up on our mantel with the pinecone turkeys she made too.

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, I mean you get to spend time with your family and friends all while eating a ton of YUMMY food (who would not love a holiday like that right?).  So I really love to decorate for it, however I prefer to decorate with crafts that my girls make.  To me it just makes it more special and they are always so proud of all the things they make and get so excited to show everyone when they come over.

Every year we like to make a few new crafts for Thanksgiving and put them out for display.  What is one of your traditions for Thanksgiving?

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Small Terracotta Pot
Brown Paint
2 Googley Eyes
Red & Orange Foam Paper
Plastic Fall Leaves


Turkey Pot CraftTrace your nose, gobbler, and feet on your red and orange foam paper, then cut them out.

Turkey Pot CraftPaint your pot brown.

Turkey Pot CraftGlue on your googly eyes, and all your foam cut outs (beak, gobbler, & feet).

Turkey Pot CraftGlue your leaves onto the back of the pot, you can use as many as you want!

Turkey Pot CraftDisplay your turkey for everyone to see!

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11 thoughts on “Turkey Pot Craft

  1. Britni

    I love that your daughter made this, so cute. I actually have a small pot leftover that I could use to make one of these. Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party!

    Britni @ Play. Party. Pin.

  2. Tiffany

    This is such a cool and simple craft. Thanks so much for sharing it with us at the Mommy Monday Blog Hop…I will be keeping this in my for my Girl Scout Troop :)

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  4. Erin | Wholly Delicious Dishes

    Super cute! My kids would love this craft. We also like to decorate with things our children make and they love when we display their creations. New follower from Thursday Favorite Things. Happy Thanksgiving!

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