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DIY Thanksgiving Napkin Ring – Toilet Paper Roll Turkey Craft

These paper roll turkey napkin rings will be a huge hit at your Thanksgiving dinner table this year. Easy enough for kids to make, while still being fun for the adults helping out! 

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Not only is this a fun holiday craft, but it doubles as something useful. Your dinner guests won’t be able to wipe a smile off their face when they see these adorable handmade napkin rings.

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Supplies needed to make a paper roll turkey napkin ring:

turkey supplies
painted brown roll

The first step is to prepare the body of the turkey. Take a toilet paper roll or a paper towel roll cut in half and paint it brown.

turkey progress

Once dried, glue on two google eyes. Using yellow and red craft foam or felt cut out the beak and snood. (Yes, the red thing on a turkey is called a snood! Something new I recently learned!) Glue on both to the turkey’s face and make sure everything is dry and stuck in place before moving on to the next step.

toilet paper roll turkey

Turn the body of the turkey over and using hot glue, arrange leaves to create the feathers. I had a bunch of artificial leaves on hand, but you can definitely use real leaves as well.

turkey napkin ring

After the glue is dry, place a napkin inside the turkey and display on your Thanksgiving plate!

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Manda B.

Wednesday 13th of November 2019

Such an adorable idea for the kid's table!

Antoinette M

Tuesday 12th of November 2019

So cute. Great craft for the kiddos!

shelly peterson

Wednesday 6th of November 2019

This is such acute idea. I'm glad I found this in time for Thanksgiving.

Angela Duku

Thursday 31st of October 2019

What an adorable turkey!

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