Fall Decor: Super Cute DIY Turkey Place Cards
My girls and I love adding DIY crafts to our homes fall decor! In addition to the smell of the Yankee Pumpkin Spice Candle, the crafts make our home feel more warm and inviting.
Every year we make these adorable Turkey Place Card holders for our Thanksgiving table.
You kids will enjoying making them and will have this memory to last a lifetime.
Supplies Needed for Your Fall Decor DIY Turkey Place Card Holders
Supply List for Your DIY Fall Decor Thanksgiving Craft
- Bag of Unscented Pine Cones
- Bag of Brown feathers
- Google Eyes
- 1 – Sheet of Orange Construction Paper
- 1 – Sheet of Red Felt
- Spray Gold Glitter Paint
- Hot Glue Gun
- Hot Glue Sticks
- 1 – Sheet of White Paper
- Gold Permanent Marker
Easy to Follow Steps for Your DIY Fall Decor Thanksgiving Craft
Use the hot glue gun to glue on the brown feathers to the larger end of the pine cone.
Lightly spray the gold glitter paint on the pine and feathers. Let dry.
Use the red felt and cut an oblong shape for the “gobbler”. Hot glue the felt into place between at the small end of pine cone.
Cut a triangle out of the orange construction paper. Fold it in 1/2 and glue it over the top of the red felt “gobbler”
Use the hot glue gun to glue on 2 google eyes above the orange beak.
Cut a small rectangle out of the white paper. Use the gold permanent maker to write your guest’s name. Place the paper infant of the feathers.
These DIY Turkey Place Card Holders will make an excellent addition to you Thanksgiving Table or any home’s fall decor. Our Thanksgiving dinner guests always love to take these home as a thoughtful keepsake.
I hope you enjoying making this fall decor craft with you children as much as I do!
MLH Tip: When making this DIY fall decor with smaller children you can use Tacky Glue instead of the hot glue gun.
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