Sunday, November 10, 2013

CREATE // THANKSGIVING TURKEYS

 
First of all, looky what our tots made! I'm just tickled that they're finally old enough to partake in some festive Holiday decor. For Halloween this year we made Jack-O-Lanterns from construction paper they turned out goofy and sweet, and now on to Thanksgiving decor! What could be more Thanksgiving-y than babies' hands and feet? Nothing!
 
Read on, happy crafters, for a toddler parents' delight.
 
You will need:
 
Construction Paper
Empty Toilet Paper Rolls
Scissors
Marker
Googly Eyes
Glue
Clothespin
Toddler Hands and Feet
 
To Do:
 
1. Trace tots hands (and feet, optional) to construction paper, label the back so you know whose is whose.
2. Cut out traced hands and feet and glue them on the back of the toilet paper roll.
3. Hold glued construction paper in place with clothespins.
4. Adhere two googly eyes, and a beak, and legs (optional) with glue.
5. Let it Dry!
 
Note: this was our twins' first time using scissors or glue! So fun!
Don't forget to proudly display your child's masterpiece for all to see! This is very important. Dayr was so proud of his turkey that he wouldn't let it alone to dry. So sweet. Happy Holidays, friends! 
 
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4 comments:

  1. Too cute! I am going to do this with Roman! Such a fun idea. Thanks for sharing. <3

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  2. That is cute, my kids would love to do this...they love using old toilet paper rolls for stuff!

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  3. Adorable! I pinned it so I can share it with my sister for my niece... thanks!

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  4. Very cute! I love these kind of easy little crafts with the kids!

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