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Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

Thanksgiving crafts are an excellent way to keep little ones busy while the grownups are cooking (or conversing!). We have some fun crafts for kids straight from our Pinterest Page.

Footprint Turkeys

These are a terrific spin on the tried-and-true handprint turkeys we've been making for years. Unlike those handprint turkeys which are right-side up, the footprint is placed upside down. The toes become feathers! Use brown paint for the print and then draw or paste colored feathers around it. Or you can use fingerprints to make little feathers all around the turkey!

Craft Stick Turkey

These little charmers make great place cards for Thanksgiving dinner guests. (Bonus: guests can take them home!) Start with a craft stick, then paint it and glue on googly eyes and a beak (or draw them on). On the back, glue on craft feathers at the top. Once it's dry, you can use a permanent marker to write a person's name on the stick.

Turkey Leaves

This craft can involve a leaf hunt, which is a great way to get everyone outside - and out of the kitchen - before dinner! Find two perfect leaves and glue the larger on the back of the smaller (to look like lots of feathers). Add eyes and a beak, and then bend the two stems to look like legs.

Have fun making your Thanksgiving crafts! There's nothing we at Oopsy Daisy love more than art for kids, except maybe art BY kids.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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