Making a Turkey Coloring Supply Holder

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These cute turkeys' tail feathers are actually made from colored pencils and markers. They are a perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table, to help keep the kids, young and old, occupied. Learn how to make a turkey coloring supply holder.
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November 23, 2008

This colorful turkey will make a great addition to your kids' table at the Thanksgiving meal. What a fun way to add a coloring activity to the day.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Cut a Styrofoam ball in half. Paint it brown and allow to dry.
  2. Make the turkey head from the colored paper. Cut out the head and neck shape from the brown paper.

  3. Cut out the beak from the orange paper and the snood from the red paper and glue both to the head.
  4. Glue on googly eyes.
  5. Glue the head and neck shape to the dried Styrofoam half.
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  7. Poke markers or colored pencils into the Styrofoam.
  8. Set this out at the kids' table along with some Thanksgiving themed coloring sheets and it is sure to be a hit!

By Jayme from Harrisonburg, VA

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