It’s getting cooler outside and the leaves are starting to turn beautiful Fall colors! Time to start planning your Thanksgiving Dinner! What would make this year a bit more fun and festive? How about making some fun Thanksgiving Table Crafts and More?
Break out the crafts and have some fun making this adorable 3D Paper Turkey for your holiday table. Cut out the front and the back and apply foam dots to each layer and the cute little turkey sits up all by himself to bring a smile to all the turkey lovers at the table! Check out his cute little feather tail!
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Supplies for 3D turkey
- Foam Double Sided Stickers
- Cricut Maker
- 65 to 80 lb Cardstock in varying colors
- Weeding Tool
- Glue Stick
How to assemble the 3D turkey
Here is a visual of how the turkey will be assembled. For the feathers you cut 2 of each except for the one that has the feather tail. The Turkey body can be layered or glued together. I recommend gluing the eyes together.
Here’s a short video on how to assemble the full 3d Turkey….
I’ve also got some incredible posts for you to check out from my fellow bloggers to make your table even more festive!
Look at these adorable Turkey Napkin Rings! They would go so good with the 3D Turkey don’t you think? My friend Jennifer Stahr from myscrapmenagerie.com did an excellent job creating these cuties. Head over to her blog to learn how to make them yourself!
Head on over to Kelley’s blog CoastalKelder.com to get all the information to make these adorable little place cards your guests are sure to love. Fill them with some after dinner mints or candy corn for a nice little treat!
I just love this table runner subway art style by Tricia of TheCountryChicCottage.com. You could even put your family names on it and make them to give as a gift!
Randi at DukesandDuchesses.com has some fantastic ideas on how to add more festivity to your Thanksgiving table. Tablescaping has become very popular and she gives you just how to accomplish a fantastic spread for your table!
I hope you enjoyed these Thanksgiving Table Crafts and More! I would love to see what your Thanksgiving table looks like! Be sure to share a picture!
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