Paper Loop Turkey
This Paper Loop Turkey is a colorful way to decorate the table for Thanksgiving and the children will glow in the knowledge that they have had an active part in the celebration.
Construction paper: Brown, Tan, Orange, Gold and Red
Cut a 2″ x 11″ strip of brown paper and form into a loop. Glue the ends together.
Cut 1″ x 5″ strip of tan paper for the head and form into a loop, glue the ends together. Glue the two loops together using the photo as a reference.
Cut 1″ x 5″ strips from the various colors to form the tail feathers and glue to the body loop using the photo as a reference.
Glue wiggle eyes on the head loop.
Cut out feet, beak and waddle and glue on.
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Not only cute, but functional too! They would make a cute addition to any Thanksgiving table.
These can also be used as napkin holders.
How do you keep the turkey from falling over backward? Before I glued the feathers on, it flopped forward, now it falls backward and the feathers are on the table.
My husband helped me figure it out. He had me glue the body a little higher up on the feathers, rather than at the bottom of the feathers.
We put a little support roll in the back to hold it up