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I’ll never forget a little pinecone turkey craft I made in the second grade. Not only did we make the turkeys as part of art class, but we also made houses for them out of tissue paper boxes. I named mine Elliot and saved him for years, and I even added to his house regularly. He had a bed, chair, and all sorts of items in his kleenex box house . . . I believe he even had a picture of family members I made on the wall. I guess it’s not a big surprise that over 30 years later I’m a craft blogger!
These pinecone turkeys are SO easy to make and I love that kids can participate in Thanksgiving crafts with this fun idea. It’s fun to collect the pinecones and then choose the feather colors . . . then put it all together using items you have in your pantry. I love that you can make a “glue” with sugar and use it in kids’ crafts! Here’s how to do it.
Pinecone Turkey Craft
Gather These Supplies
- 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1/2 cup Dixie Crystals Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
- 1 teaspoon vegetable oil
- 1 1/2 cups water
- Paint brush
- Pinecones (clean and dry)
- Colorful feathers
- Small piece of orange foam or paper
- 2 small googly eyes
Make the “glue” by mixing together the first four ingredients.
Get the FULL pinecone turkey craft idea on Dixie Crystals Kids in the Kitchen site HERE!
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