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Thanksgiving is all about family, friends and being thankful for the things we have life. What a better way to give thanks than to spend some time with your kids crafting and getting ready for this special day. Granted trying to find the time between the food prep, turkey cooking, pie baking and general planning is always going to be a challenge.
So if you are looking for a fun craft to do with the kids or find a productive way to keep the kids busy while you are preoccupied in the kitchen, then this craft is for you.
Today’s I am posting the templates for a Thanksgiving Turkey Cutlery Holder. This craft is not only super cute but, functional and an excellent way for the kids to contribute to the family Thanksgiving preparations.
Thanksgiving Turkey Cutlery Holder Materials
Since I still have a lot of scraps felt cloth lying around from previous crafts, I decided to create this project using felt. You can also do the project with construction paper if you prefer. So here is what is needed:
- Printed Thanksgiving Turkey Cutlery Holder template
- Felt cloth
- Googly Eyes
- Hot Glue
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- Printed Thanksgiving Turkey Cutlery Holder Pattern
- Felt Cloth
- Google Eyes
- Hot Glue
- Download our free pattern in our Freebie Library and print it out.
- Cut the patterns.
- Trace the pattern onto the felt cloth. You can choose what color of felt cloth you want to use for each pattern.
- Cut out the traced pattern form the felt cloth.
- Get the base and cover pattern and glue it together. Make sure to glue only the side part to create a pocket.
- Glue the outer and inner tail on top of the cover.
- Assemble the turkey's head and body and glue it on top of the tail.
- Add two google eyes.
- Your cutlery holder is now ready. Put some utensils into the pocket!
And that’s it! Your very own Thanksgiving cutlery holder. I hope you love this craft project as much as I do. I am sure it will look amazing at your table this year.
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I hope everyone has a happy and healthy Thanksgiving celebration.