Check out this fun Quilled Easy Turkey Craft perfect to get into the spirit of Thanksgiving!
Quilled Easy Turkey Craft
If you’re anything like me you love a good paper-craft. This artistic Quilled Turkey Craft is a project that is simple to make but looks like you spent a lot of time and effort. Older children who love to create will find this Quilled Turkey craft appealing.
List of Supplies:
- Quilling paper strips – fall colors
- White stationary paper
- Craft glue
- Slotted quilling tool
- Turkey Template
Select fall colored quilling strips for this project. Take a 20 inches long quilling strip and coil the entire strip with the help of the slotted quilling tool.
Carefully take out the coiled strip out of the slotted tool and allow the coil to loosen up.
Take the loose coil and press any 1 side of it to form a teardrop shape. Glue the open end of the coiled strip to secure the teardrop shape.
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Similarly make 4 more teardrop shapes using 20 inches long quilling strip. Use different colors rather than using the same colored strip.
Select colored craft papers for the turkey and trace the patterns from the template on the selected papers. Use scissors to cut out the traced patterns.
Simply stick the parts together to form the body of the paper turkey.
All items ready? Prepare a piece of white stationary paper (or any color you prefer). Grab the prepared items and craft glue.
Stick the teardrop shapes on the paper with their pointy edges towards the center and all 5 teardrop shapes adjacent to each other. Also, use a 10 inches long quilling strip to form a loose coil; stick the loose coil 1 inch below the teardrop shapes.
Now stick the paper turkey body on the loose coil; it’s better to apply glue on the loose coil and then placing the body on it. Gently press the body on the loose coil to make sure that it is glued nicely.
Allow the glue to dry.
Add more details as you wish.
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Comments & Reviews
I’m the worst at crafts with my kids. We need to step our game and try some stuff like this.
Deborah D says
This is so cute.