Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft

October is a very festive month beginning with Thanksgiving and ending with Halloween. It’s a time for reflections, blessings and gatherings with friends and family. We celebrate with a feast usually with the harvested gardens or fields we had planted earlier in the year. One of the best things to do with families is to create fun decor, tables settings, and family crafts like this Paper Bag Turkey Puppet craft.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft

Brown Paper Bag Crafts

There are many uses for paper bags that don’t include lunches. It’s not an item we might find in our craft cupboard however this is an item you should have for so many different crafting ideas. They are inexpensive and easy to find. I would however suggest getting them at the dollar store rather than the grocery store.

Paper bags can be painted, glued and even scrunched up to make shapes during craft time. They are so versatile and easy to use with kids. Make sure to have other colourful paper to add embellishments to your creations. If you enjoy our easy paper bag turkey craft then you are sure to love these 15 Fantastic fall crafts.

Turkey Puppet Show

Puppet shows are a way for kids to express their imagination and storytelling so if you plan on making these Turkey puppets allow the kids to create a short puppet show to go along with them. Don’t have a backdrop? You can always use your Thanksgiving table display or make a puppet show stage with some sort of cardboard. Don’t want to make one then just have the kids do the show behind a chair or the couch if there is space behind them. Here are 17 Puppet crafts for kids you may find some that will work with the paper bag turkey puppet craft.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft

Pull out your craft supplies and get ready to make this fun Thanksgiving Paper bag Turkey puppet. It’s so fun and easy that the entire family will enjoy making them. If you are making with younger children, they may need a bit of help with cutting out the pieces.

List of Supplies for the paper bag turkey puppet:

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft supplies

How to make a paper bag turkey puppet

Step 1:

Select coloured craft papers for the easy preschool turkey craft. We are using brown paper for the head and body base, red for the wattle, yellow for the feet and orange for the beak. You can use different shades of orange and red coloured craft papers for the feathers. Print the turkey paper bag puppet printable. Cut out the patterns nicely.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 1

Step 2:

Take the head cutout and attach the eyes, wattle and beak cutouts on it properly.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 2

Step 3:

Turn the head pattern to the other side.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 3

Step 4:

Attach the feather cutouts on the backside of the head pattern around the top and both sides.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 4

Step 5:

Attach the feathers until you’re happy with the pattern.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 5

Step 6:

Turn the head pattern to front side again. Select a paper bag or make your own paper bag from craft paper or brown paper. Attach the leg cutouts near the open end of the bag (this will be the bottom side of the puppet).

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 6

Step 7:

Attach the body base cutout on the paper bag, on the top side of the legs.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 7

Step 8:

Attach the head pattern on the flat bottom side of the paper bag. Flatten the head with the front side of the bag to complete the puppet.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft

I hope you enjoyed my Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft as much as I did! If you make it, please share your photos with us on Facebook or Twitter! Also, check out all of our other crafts!

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft

Yield: 1 paper bag puppet
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Pull out your craft supplies and get ready to make this fun Thanksgiving Paper bag Turkey puppet. It's so fun and easy that the entire family will enjoy making them!

Materials

Tools

  • Scissors

Instructions

HOW TO MAKE A PAPER BAG TURKEY PUPPET

STEP 1:

Select coloured craft papers for the easy preschool turkey craft. We are using brown paper for the head and body base, red for the wattle, yellow for the feet and orange for the beak. You can use different shades of orange and red coloured craft papers for the feathers. Print the turkey paper bag puppet printable. Cut out the patterns nicely.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 1

STEP 2:

Take the head cutout and attach the eyes, wattle and beak cutouts on it properly.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 2

STEP 3:

Turn the head pattern to the other side.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 3

STEP 4:

Attach the feather cutouts on the backside of the head pattern around the top and both sides.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 4

STEP 5:

Attach the feathers until you’re happy with the pattern.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 5

STEP 6:

Turn the head pattern to front side again. Select a paper bag or make your own paper bag from craft paper or brown paper. Attach the leg cutouts near the open end of the bag (this will be the bottom side of the puppet).

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 6

STEP 7:

Attach the body base cutout on the paper bag, on the top side of the legs.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft step 7

STEP 8:

Attach the head pattern on the flat bottom side of the paper bag. Flatten the head with the front side of the bag to complete the puppet.

Paper Bag Turkey Puppet Craft
Lynehttps://ottawamommyclub.ca/
Lyne is a Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI), Certified Professional Wedding Consultant, and an Event Planner. It has always been her dream to create a website dedicated just for Moms since her children were young. Thus, after 10 years, she finally accomplished it, and the Ottawa Mommy Club was born in May 2011. She loves all things Disney and is an avid chocoholic. She was also the Queen B of the BConnected Conference, Canada's Digital Influencer and social media Conference in Ottawa and Toronto.She coordinated the Annual Infant Information Day/Early Years Expo for the City of Ottawa for 8 years. She was also the co-chair of the Navan for Kraft Hockeyville 2009-2011 committee that organized five community events within 6 months, and helped Navan reach the top 10 finalists in Canada. In April 2011, she received the City of Ottawa Mayor's City Builder Award.

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