This festive, colorful, and easy-to-make brown paper-bag turkey handprint-craft is a fun Thanksgiving activity for all ages, making a perfect keepsake or a gratitude prompt.
Brown Paper-Bag Turkey Handprint-craft is an easy, and inexpensive Thanksgiving activity kids of all ages will enjoy making! Besides, adding colorful and bright feathers and handprints makes this project super fun and festive. And the supplies needed for this project are easy to find, or you might already have most of them in your craft or kitchen drawer. Most importantly, as with any handprint craft, it makes a cute keepsake or a “What I am thankful for” prompt to treasure for years to come.
You’ll Need for Brown Paper-Bag Turkey Handprint-Craft
- a brown paper bag
- colorful cardstock
- a pencil or a marker
- colorful feathers
- two large self-adhesive googly eyes
Bonus: use can use this turkey handprint as a puppet.
To make your brown paper-Bag Turkey Handprint-Craft, first, choose three pieces of different color cardstock for your child’s handprint. Then, fold each piece in half vertically.
Next, offer a child to trace their non-dominant hand, making a handprint on each piece of paper. (If a child cannot trace yet, do it for them.)
Then, cut out each print. Since you folded the paper, you will end up with six prints.
Trace and cut an orange beak and a red snood.
After that, turn the bag so the flap portion is facing down. Glue the feathers first, and then glue the cut-out prints.
Lastly, turn the bag over so that the flap portion is facing you. Glue the googly eyes, the red snood, and an orange beak. Do not seal the flap shut if you want to use it as a puppet.
Brown Paper-Bag Turkey Handprint-Craft
You can also invite a child to write what they are thankful for or how they would like to contribute or give back or help those less fortunate.
Have you tried making Brown Paper-Bag Turkey Handprint-Crafts? Leave a comment if you did.
For More Thanksgiving Turkey Prints,
See here Turkey HandPrint Free Printable Template Poem.
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