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|Thanksgiving was recently celebrated in Canada, and the U.S. will celebrate on November 22, so it’s definitely time to talk turkey. Here are some fun assorted turkey crafts I found this week.
dianimal calls this hilarious hat a plucked chicken, but to me, it looks just like a raw turkey, ready to pop into the oven. If you’d like to knit one of your own, she’s included directions in her post.
|If crochet is more your game, you could make some amigurumi turkeys like these by stephany719.|
|SimplyFabulous! whipped up a batch of turkey cookies with the help of her three children. This is one rafter of turkeys anyone would like to see on Thanksgiving, or any time.
|sswoodcraft carved this golden brown wooden turkey with drumsticks and wings held in place with Velcro, wonderful for pretend carving.|
Has all this talk of turkeys made you hungry for the real thing? sweets4ever posted this delicious roast turkey, complete with a comprehensive recipe and step by step photo instructions. This bird will be the star of your Thanksgiving meal.
To see more turkey crafts and recipes (even some for Thanksgiving leftovers!), check out the Craftster tag cloud and look for links like “turkey” and “Thanksgiving”. Thanks for talking turkey with me!