Just kidding! But wouldn't that be kinda awesome? I wonder if someone makes turkey candles or plug-ins already...
Now, onto craft time! Hand and footprints are currently sweeping the nation on moms' "cute sentimental craft crap" Pinterest boards. I'll admit, I bit. There's handprint flowers and bugs and animals all over my refrigerator, but today I decided to go 3D.
Steps to make a Turkey Potpourrki
1. Go to the Dollar Store. The actual dollar store where everything is a dollar, not that deceiving Family Dollar store where you walk in and THEN they tell you shiz is as low as $1.
2. Locate a pack of construction paper, a bag of brown potpourri (or hell, any color will do if you want your turkey to be flamboyant), a small glass bowl, pipe cleaners, and markers, scissors and glue if you don't already have them.
3. Purchase the items on the supply list.
4. Trace your kid's hand onto a piece of construction paper and use it as a stencil to cut out 10 or so more hands. Or let them put painted handprints on the pages and cut those out. I was not in the mood for a mess this particular day.
4.5. Give the scrap pieces to the little one to practice cutting into little confetti-type pieces - you'll use these, so save them!
5. Glue the hands together into a fashionable tail feather. Optional step: Shake it.
6. Trace your kid's foot. Observe how freakishly large your child's foot looks in 2D. Cut the freak foot out and draw a crazy turkey face on the heel. Voila, turkey neck!
7. Pour some of your cheapy potpourri into the glass bowl. Remember those colorful paper scraps? Put those in with the potpourri to jazz up your turkey's body a little.
8. Glue or tape the tailfeather and the turkey neck to the body. Bend and attach two pipe cleaner legs. Bam! Turkey Potpourrki!