How adorable is this TP Roll Turkey craft? My little guy wanted to make his own little turkey after looking at all the cool crafts on Pinterest. We had already made a cute TP roll peacock and I thought a turkey in the same style would look awesome too. I just love how he turned out!
Here’s what we used
Brown paint and pa
Sticker eyes (optional)
How to make our TP roll turkey craft
First, take your TP roll. Coat it in your brown paint and then put it aside to dry.
Whilst your TP roll is drying, take your paper plate and cut it in half. Put one half aside and keep the other.
Use your glue to stick your coloured feathers in an arch around your paper plate. You may need to do two layers to cover the gaps.
Once your TP Roll is dry, add two eyes and the Turkey’s beak pieces.
Next, cut out two foot shapes and fold a tab on each one. Use this tab to to glue your feet inside the bottom of your tp roll and then fold the feet outwards.
Cover the back of your TP roll in glue and then line it up centrally and inline with the bottom of your plate before sticking it down. Your TP roll turkey is finished! Doesn’t he look awesome?
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