Turkey Pot

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By Kid’s Craft Contributor Tracey, from the blog We Made That.

Turkey Pot

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, I mean you get to spend time with your family and friends all while eating a ton of YUMMY food (who would not love a holiday like that right?).  But it is the holiday that I have the least amount of decorations for go figure.  So this year I have made it our goal to make some cute Thanksgiving themed decorations for our home. Our very first one we did is this cute Turkey Pot.

This pot is pretty easy to make my 5yr old daughter did the whole thing on her own, if you have younger children they may need some help.  This Turkey Pot turned out so cute it is now sitting on our mantel so everyone can see this adorable craft my daughter made.  It is also a craft that will store well so we can bring it out each year for the holidays.





Trace your nose, gobbler, and feet on your red and orange foam paper, then cut them out.

 Painting Pot

Paint your pot brown.


Glue on your googly eyes, and all your foam cut outs (beak, gobbler, & feet).

Gluing leaves

Glue your leaves onto the back of the pot, you can use as many as you want!

Finished Project

Display your turkey for everyone to see!

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About Tracey

I am a work at home mother of two living just outside Kansas City, KS. I started crafting with my oldest daughter to spend more time with her and to get her to focus more. And I have to say it has been a great experience for us both. As a matter of fact I have created a craft monster since she tells me several times a week “Let’s do a project MOM!” My youngest is finally at an age where we can start crafting with her too, but then comes the challenge of coming up with something a toddler can do that a preschooler will enjoy also… oh the challenges of a crafting mom. I hope to inspire other parents to craft and create things with their kids.

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