Adorable turkey crafts for kids

Now that the candy has been collected, the costumes are put away, and the weather is getting colder, it is time to start talking TURKEY! Thanksgiving is just around the corner (or just behind you, if you are a fellow Canadian) and turkeys are on the brain! IShare is the perfect place to find fun and unique craft ideas, free printables, and fun recipes for any occasion. I took a little peek at what I could find for my turkey-loving friends, and I am sharing just 6 of my faves!

1. Terrence The Turkey

Turkey Craft

This turkey, from “A Little Tipsy”, pulls double duty as a gobbler and a crayon holder! Place these at the “kids table” for a little time-killing fun! Oh, and you can use them with the free coloring sheet…just scroll down a bit 😉

2. Teddy Turkey Hair Bow

Turkey Hair Bow

Denise from “A Sprinkle of This…”  shares how to create this precious turkeys out of ribbons! They would look fabulous as a hair bow, a fashion accessory, as a gift topper, a fridge magnet, or a place saver!

3. Turkey T-Shirt

Turkey T-Shirt

The Cottage Home is my Thanksgiving hero! She is sharing a free template and tutorial to create this precious turkey shirt. LOVE!

4. Paper Plate Pop Up Turkey

Noreen shares how your kiddos can create their own pop-up turkeys using one paper plate!

5.  Delicious Turkey Coloring Page

Turkey Coloring Page

When the kids start acting bored, grab a few of these cute coloring pages and put them to work creating! So simple!

6.  Tom the Turkey Iron On

Turkey Iron On

Iron-ons are the easiest way to dress up all kinds of things! Add this sweet little turkey onto some t-shirts, an apron, napkins, or a hat! The possibilities are endless!

Inspired? Ready to get your turkey on? If you’d like even more gobble-icious ideas, take a moment and check out the Ishare websites:

IShare Crafts

IShare Printables

IShare Fun Food

Adorable turkey crafts for kids

    1. November 1st, 2012 at 9:15 am
      Corinna says:
      Visiting from SITS. Now following you!
    2. November 1st, 2012 at 11:25 am
      Nesleirbag says:
      Darling ideas - LOVE the turkey hats!
    3. November 1st, 2012 at 11:37 am
      Dawn Graye says:
      Brilliant Bobbi I love the ribbon turkey they seem so versatile.

      Good luck with your business

      Have a great & safe Christmas to you and your family

    4. November 1st, 2012 at 11:40 am
      Mia says:
      Aw, these are adorable! I can't wait for Thanksgiving!

      Mia, Denver Car Accident Lawyer
    5. November 4th, 2012 at 9:32 pm
      Stephanie says:
      These round ups are so fun! I still wouldn't know about I Share if I hadn't heard about here first!
    6. November 5th, 2012 at 7:35 am
      Simon says:
      LOVE the paper plate pop-up turkey. If nothing else, thanksgiving provides some great crafts ideas! Thanks for sharing, some goodies in here!
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