Toilet Paper Roll Turkey Craft – Are you ready to make Thanksgiving crafts with the kids? Make this easy craft idea that can be made by you or the kids for Thanksgiving. It can be a fun family Thanksgiving activity. One thing I love about the holidays is seeing the kids have fun when they make crafts.
It’s so easy to make these crafts for kids. Grab a toilet paper roll or other cardboard rolls, colored craft papers and your glue stick and scissors for this toilet paper roll Thanksgiving craft!
Toilet Paper Roll Turkey Crafts
This papercraft is easy enough to be a turkey craft for kids, and even for a turkey craft for preschoolers by helping them.
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Select different colored craft papers for the turkey craft. (Turkey Template) The given template includes – 2 tail feather patterns, 1 hat and 1 ribbon strip for the hat, turkey body, beak, and wattle. Trace the patterns on
the selected craft papers and cut them out nicely.
Stick the small tail feather pattern on the big tail feather pattern. Attach the wattle and beak on the head part of the turkey body. Attach the ribbon strip pattern on the hat.
Step – 3:
Attach the hat on the top of the turkey’s head. Add googly eyes to the paper turkey.
Step – 4:
Cut a tissue paper roll into half. Cut 2 2cm deep slits on either open sides of the roll. The slits should be facing opposite to each other.
Step – 5:
Insert the tail feather pattern with the roll through the slits.
Step – 6:
Use craft glue to attach the turkey body on the outer surface of the tube, on the front side of the tail feather pattern.
And now you are done with the Toilet Paper Roll Turkey Craft.
I hope you enjoy making this turkey paper-craft idea! Gobble, gobble.
Looking for other crafts to make with the kids? Be sure to see all our fall kids crafts.
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