Creative Child

Stained Glass Window Turkeys

by Marie LeBaron

Cut out the turkey

Create your turkey’s body and feathers with your brown paper. (You can make them separate by cutting just a head and gluing brown feathers to the back of the head. But we wanted our turkey to be all one piece.) Fold your brown paper in half vertically and cut out a circle at the bottom for the body and 2 feather shapes. Open up your paper and you have a full turkey with 4 feathers.


Marie LeBaron is the founder and managing editor of the popular parenting blog Make and Takes, and author of the book Make and Takes for Kids. She’s a mother of 3 living in Seattle. There’s always some sort of project going on in her home, her kitchen table is often cluttered with crafts. When she’s not crafting and creating with her kids, she loves to read, crochet, and blog!

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