kiddo craft: Stained Glass Turkey

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Stained Glass Turkey Craft | @mamamissblog #thanksgiving #turkeycraft #freeprintable

Gobble Gobble.

Thanksgiving’s right around the corner folks!

Let’s get to crafting some cute little turkeys, shall we?!





 

Stained Glass Turkey Craft | @mamamissblog #thanksgiving #turkeycraft #freeprintable

Stained Glass Turkey Craft | @mamamissblog #thanksgiving #turkeycraft #freeprintable

Stained Glass Turkey Craft | @mamamissblog #thanksgiving #turkeycraft #freeprintable

 

 

 

  1. Print out turkey on cardstock.  Cut out all 13 turkey pieces.
  2. Using the template example, attach the turkey pieces to the white “base” piece, with the glue stick.
  3. Using the 1-inch punch, punch holes in each turkey feather through both layers of cardstock.
  4. Using the 1-1/2-inch punch, punch out 3 red circles, 2 orange circles, and 2 yellow circles out of the tissue paper.
  5. Insert each tissue circle between two cardstock layers in the empty spots on the turkey feathers.  Re-seal together with glue stick if necessary.
  6. Peel & stick on Mr. turkey’s eyes.
  7. Hang your lovely little wild turkey in a bright spot on your window to see all it’s colorful glory :)

 

This Stained Glass Turkey activity is great for fine motor skills, with the use of scissors, paper punches, and glue stick application.  It’s also a great matching activity too.

 

Stained Glass Turkey Craft | @mamamissblog #thanksgiving #turkeycraft #freeprintable

 

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  1. hi melissa, i used the ok to use a photo and link list in kbn to create a 10 turkey crafts post and will be including this one. i just wanted to double check if you are ok with me using the image in a collage for my pinnable image? Take care, Jaime @FSPDT
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    • Of course Jamie!! I have a turkey printable coloring page coming out soon too (either today or WED) if you wanted that as well :) – when are you scheduled to post your collection? xx M

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