Nov 12, 2013

Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Turkeys - kids Thanksgiving table

Time to decorate the kids Thanksgiving table.

We need something simple,
something fun,
something that won't break
and hey, let's make it edible too!

Enter...the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Turkey!

just look at their plump foil covered bodies! yum!

Although this craft will be for the children to make, I assembled a few turkeys to create this sweet little table decor that will welcome the kids to their very own table.

From Millan.Net
They say you are what you eat, and I found that to be true!  I certainly was 'gobbling' the entire time I was creating these delicious little fellows!

We pre-punched & cut all the necessary parts so the kids will have all they need to create their own turkeys at their table.

I first saw this cutie on Pinterest, then changed it up a bit to make it easier on little fingers. I punched holes for the eyes & backed them with black paper, thus eliminating the need for small pieces such as googly eyes or gems. The beaks are simply gold paper folded over then cut into pointed triangles.  

too fun!
hmm, I'm thinking maybe I need to reserve a seat for myself at the kids table this year!

From Millan.Net


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  1. I love the little Turkeys, thanks for the inspiration.

  2. Hee hee hee - these are so darn cute! TFS

  3. OMG! How cute are these little turkeys?! Will definitely print this out for my daughter to make with my granddaughter! Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. I just love these. SO will all the kiddos. Fantastic & fun inspiration for table decor. Hope you have an awesome Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing.

  5. These are so cute!
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  6. So adorable! What a great idea!

  7. Super cute little turkeys! My only problem is I'd probably devour all the Reese's! I have no willpower against those things! Popped over from the Tipjunkie linky! :)


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