Yogurt Cup Turkey Thanksgiving Craft

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Go ahead and laugh because I am but I have to admit these yogurt cups on the counter inspire me to create new art and craft projects with the kids.  We have made Yogurt Cup Wind Chimes, Yogurt Cup Monsters, and now why not a Yogurt Cup Turkey.  It would be the perfect Thanksgivings day craft for the kids.  I could not wait  to see what the kids would think about them.
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Yogurt Cup Turkey Thanksgiving Craft

 

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Supplies/What we used:

glue

yogurt cups

 

feathers

 

googly eyes from craftprojectideas

 

yellow foam pieces for the nose.

 

We also used the hot glue gun.  I did most of the work with the hot glue gun.

 

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What we did:

I gathered all the craft supplies we would need.  I called my son to the table and asked if he would like to make a yogurt cup turkey.  He quickly said yes.  He glued on he eyes and nose. 

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I had the hot glue gun warming up.  I applied glue to the back of the yogurt cup and my son 5 yr stuck the feathers( which I cut in half to shorten before we started) to the glue.  Now we left the turkey so the eyes and nose could dry.
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Now we have a few cute yogurt cup turkey decorations for the house.  The best kind of decorations for a mommy to 3 small kids.  I will miss the days my walls and counters are not covered with arts and crafts made by them.  But for now I will enjoy these fun holiday activities with them and their finished craft projects.
Maybe you and your kids can enjoy this too.
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