DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids
Turkey! Stuffing! Pilgrim Hats! Bright Colors! Smiling Faces! These are just a few things that scream Thanksgiving! And what better way to spread the holiday spirit than to do a festive craft with the people you love. I don’t know about you, but if there is one thing I’m thankful for, it’s my family. In this article we’re going to teach you how to make some super cute and easy DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids. Use your creations to decorate your classroom, dining area, and refrigerators. These crafts are guaranteed to keep you and your family busy, while bringing everyone together for some quality time.
Things You’ll Need:
- Get a black piece of paper, cut out a hat-like shape.
2. For the buckle, cut out a square from yellow paper. Fold it in half so the flat sides meet. Cut a rectangle shape on the folded side only!
3. For the strap cut out a thin piece of brown paper and place between the black and gold buckle. Make sure its in the middle of the gold square.
4. Use tape or glue to secure all your pieces, and enjoy!
- Trace your hand a bunch of times on colored paper, it doesn’t have to be perfect. Varying sizes give the Turkey character! You could also use white paper and then color it in.
2. Next is the body. Cut out two circles, one for the body and a smaller one for the head!
3. Tape or glue a couple of the hands you made together in a fan formation to the fingers are pointing upwards. Attach body to the bottom of the palms to create the illusion of a body with feathers.
4. For the details cut out eyes and beaks and add them to the heads of your turkeys. Don’t be afraid to get creative by varying colors or by giving your turkey a hat or a scarf.
We hope this tutorial brought you smiles and laughter this holiday! It’s JAM’s goal as a company to provide you with quality products and amazing ways to use them. Make sure to follow our blog, Instagram and Pinterest to get the scoop on our latest new crafts and items! Don’t forget to leave comments down below. We’d love to hear how these DIY: Thanksgiving Crafts worked for you. And if you have any suggestions don’t be shy, we’re all ears!