Saturday, November 19, 2016

Crafty Turkeys



  As the day is slowly approaching I decided it was time to make the bird.  Of course I have two eager artists but add some paint


and those eager kids are ecstatic!



They love to make art with their hands.
The paint tickles them and they think it's hilarious.


The result of two painted hands is two painted turkeys.


 The only thing needed for this craft is: paper
different color paint
a paint brush
A pair of hands
I then used a crayon to add legs and a beak and goggley eyes!


Gobble, gobble.

Now grab those kids hands and make a turkey keepsake! 

#nablopomo 


21 comments:

  1. What a fun idea! My daughter would like this.

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  2. Hand print crafts are the perfect gift for grandparents. This one is super creative, we are going to make two of them for my sons grandparents before they arrive on Thursday.

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  3. Ha this is a very activity for children

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  4. The good ol turkey hand painting! Totally forgot I need to do this with my daughter! Thanks for the reminder!

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    1. It's funny how cute crafts are with kids hands.

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  5. Aw how cute! I remember having so much fun making these as a kid!

    Sondra Barker
    Pretty Fit Foodie
    prettyfitfoodie.com

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  6. I made the little painted turkey hands with my kids one year and they loved it. I did something similar for christmas using their hands and feet to make a holly wreath! -breyona sharpnack

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    1. Yes, I remember doing a wreath with my hand as a child.

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  7. OH, the heck with the kids.. Am I not the only grownup reading this that wants to get her hands all covered in some bright colors and go to town making turkeys too! Oh, how I loved these projects as a kid and when my kids were younger! Best kind is the kind you get messy with! such fun memories !!

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    1. Oooh I like that sophisticated hand painting for adults!

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  8. Aww how sweet. I remember making these as a kid. It's so simple but super cute!

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  9. Too cute. I don't have children, but I can see how this craft can be put to good used in many ways - from imprinting on felt and then stuff it with cotton to make 3D felt turkeys ornaments, or more! Jan D

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    1. Putting it on an ornament would guarantee it to be a keep for many years to come.

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  10. Wow this looks like such a fun activities to do with the kids! Thanks for sharing.

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  11. That is adorable! What a great idea for kids at Thanksgiving!

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  12. Cute idea! My one year old wouldn't hold still but my 5 year old would think it's so cool.

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  13. Fun idea for children. Painting is always good to foster creativity,Its a nice break from the computers and video games.

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  14. Such a festive and fun craft! Will have to do it with my nephews this week :)

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  15. Omg I'm loving that hand print craft!!!! I need to do that with my daughter

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  16. Such a fun craft! It's nice to make the holidays a little more special for kids.

    La Belle Sirene 

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  17. This is a fun activity and cute memory!

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