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Turkey Cones


Materials

  • Feathers
  • White, orange, and brown paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue/Tape
  • Compass
  • Black marker

Directions

  1. Start by drawing a half circle on a piece of brown paper with a compass or a piece of string. 
  2. Roll up the pieces into cones and tape or glue them together. Try to make the tip as pointy as possible.
  3. Glue on some tall colorful feathers in the back. 
  4. Cut out white circles for the eyes and draw in the pupils with a black marker. Glue onto cone. 
  5. Cut out an orange triangle and fold over for the beak. Glue onto cone. 


Craft by: Crafty Morning

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01 Nov 2017


By BRPM Staff

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