This was so easy and inexpensive to make!
- Dollar store glass plate
- Colored paper (I used construction paper without thinking about the fade factor- if I were to do this over, I would definitely use scrapbook paper!)
- Tissue paper cut into small squares (I happened to use an old sewing paper, but any tissue paper will work!)
- Mod Podge
- Foam Brush
1. First, trace your child's hand on 5 different papers. These will be the turkey's feathers.
2. Cut out a brown oval, orange triangle, and white and black circles for the turkey's body. And cut a red squigly shape for the wattle (is this the right word?) Wattle not shown in picture- I forgot about it until a later step :). Glue the face together.
4. Now for the fun Mod Podge part. I am seriously impaired when it comes to this gluey stuff! Turn the plate over so you are working on the back. Flip the turkey over and place on the plate. Mod Podge like crazy to get the turkey to stick to the plate.
Once the turkey is on, add your tissue paper squares to fill in the gaps. I would add a layer of Mod Podge, then stick on the tissue paper.
My mind is spinning with the possibilities of plate projects- you could make one for every holiday using different handprint art. These would be fabulous christmas presents for the grandparents! Heck, I even like them for myself!
Happy crafting with your kiddos!