Turkey Craft Round-up
Welcome to another week of It’s Playtime! This week we are featuring recent link-ups of turkey crafts. There were so many ideas linked up last week – thanks for making our weekly kids meme a success! Thanks also to my co-hosts: Let the Children Play, The Imagination Tree, Messy Kids and Hands On: As We Grow. Check out our collection of other Thanksgiving Craft Ideas.
Bottle Cap Turkey Magnets – So colorful. Dilly-Dali-Art has several variations.
Baby Food Jar Turkey – filled with yummy treats. From Toddler Approved.
Feather Imprint Turkey Craft – Love how she used relief coloring to create her kids project! via Little Wonders
Leaves, Twigs Berries & Paper Bag Turkey Craft – So simple and classy! via the Golden Gleam
Use a Styrofoam cup, a ball and some hand-prints to create these Turkey Pilgrims – via Mom on Timeout
Paper Cut Out Turkey – via One Artsy Momma
Dyed Spaghetti Turkey Craft – My kids would just love playing with the dyed spaghetti, just like Beth’s kids over at: Living Life Intentionally.
Last week we made a turkey craft too! Check out our super simple Turkey Aprons, the perfect hostess gift for your kids to make for Grandma.
Thanks to everyone who contributed ideas to this post. Have fun linking up activities to this week’s It’s Playtime! Links back tell us you love us. By linking up you are giving us permission to use your photos to feature you.
I love this round up! I’m sad that I wasn’t quicker at uploading ours. I have plans on blogging about one I’m excited about tomorrow and would have loved the possibility to make it on your list. Such is the life of a blogger. 😛 Thanks for putting together such a great list. We’ve been on a turkey kick and I can’t wait to look through all of the other ideas!
Thanks for featuring our pasta turkeys =-) What fun to see it featured!! We had so much fun & I hope someone else will enjoy it or be inspired to vary it up to fit their famiy =-)
So happy to see my turkey featured on It’s Playtime!
I didn’t mean to post my Autumn Nature Table 3 times. Accckkk!! Is there a way you can remove two of the links? I tried doing it on my own, but can’t figure it out. Sorry about that.
I love the designs that kids made. I will teach my children on how to make some of this so that they will enjoy to do this stuff.
Thanks so much for featuring our turkey magnets! I love the turkey apron you did, it would be the perfect gift for the Thanksgiving hostess (in our case, grandma!!) great round-up!
Wow its a nice featuring turkey magnets and i love doing that in my home.