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Champagne Cork Turkey

This turkey is happy that he is just a table decoration and not the main course on Thanksgiving. It is an easy craft for kids to make and other than the drying time needed for the paint and glue, a quick project to make.



Champagne Cork ThanksgivingTurkey

For this project you will need:

- champagne cork
- brown acrylic paint
- red, orange, yellow and green feathers
- yellow construction paper
- one set of wiggle eyes
- strong craft glue or hot glue (parental supervision is advised)
- embroidery floss or thread (for tying the feathers together)

Ages 6 and older

Time required: about 1 hour


1. Paint the cork brown and let it completely dry.
2. Cut out a diamond shape out of the yellow paper and fold it in half. Glue it onto the face for the bill.
3. Glue on the wiggly eyes.
4. Gather different colored feathers together and tie them together at the stems. Glue this bunch now onto the backside of the turkey.





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