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I ransacked my spice cabinet and pantry for any interestingly shaped or colored items. Then, we used white glue to stick them down. You could use it directly out of the bottle but I watered it down slightly and used paintbrushes to get it in just the right spots.Be careful, this is a messy one and the spices can get a little overpowering if the kids use too heavy a hand. When you are finished with one section, just tap off the excess. We started tapping directly into the garbage after awhile.
Leave time for it to dry, overnight or a couple of days if it has a lot of glue.
This project could be adapted to several different projects but I think the pantry ingredients suit themselves especially well to Thanksgiving and autumn.
Jess in Oregon
Editor's Note: Print out a clip art or use a turkey coloring book page for this project. Clear lines and sections will work best.
I made this one a little bigger if anyone wants to use it.
Good idea, thanks.
What a unique idea.....something for the whole family. And the variations are endless!
I printed out the directions, but was wondering if you could furnish the picture that you used as a base for this turkey. My great grandkids would love to make this.
Harlean from Arkansas