Thanksgiving turkey party favor
We’ve turned our Pocketbook Favor Boxes into just about every kind of animal, so we knew we had to try a turkey for a fun Thanksgiving party favor! With just paper, labels, and tape or glue, these favors are super easy to put together. If you’re having little ones over to your house this Thanksgiving, use this as a kids craft project that will keep them entertained while you’re busy in the kitchen with the big bird!

Gobble, gobble!

Thanksgiving party favor crafting supplies–Annie
PS colors: gravel & beet
Latest fave: Owl Placecard Kit

Materials Needed:
8 1/2″ x 11″ Text Weight Paper
Chocolate Pocketbook
Eco-White 1.25″ Circle Labels
1/8″ Hole Punch
1″ Circle Hole Punch
1/8″ Super Tacky Tape
Glue Stick

1. Using tape, assemble the pocketbook favor box according to instructions.
2. Stick eco-white 1.25″ labels in place for eyes.
3. Print out our PDF template, then trace the feathers, beak, and other turkey components from text weight paper in various colors. Cut out pieces as indicated.
4. Adhere pieces in place with glue stick, as pictured.


9 Responses

  1. Amanda says:

    Those are SO cute!!

  2. jamie says:


  3. Tina says:

    absolutely adorable!

  4. Maribel says:

    Can’t wait to try this out!

  5. That is so cute! I just made a turkey thanksgiving card with some goodies I got from Paper Source, and have many more ideas in mind… how can I share my craft ideas made with Paper Source products?

  6. Amy says:

    I agree, these turkeys are simply adorable! The PDF template was awesome to have and made this crafty project that much easier. Like Little Miss Craft, I adapted the idea and made Thanksgiving cards for my far away friends. I even made one for myself and featured it amongst my Thanksgiving table decorations!

  7. These are great! A perfect project to do with the kids. Happy Thanksgiving!

  8. Megan says:

    I needed to make 25 of these so instead of tracing for days I took the template that was provided, cropped each piece in Adobe then saved as a jpg. Inserted the jpg files into PowerPoint and created a template with 25 on 1 page! Then all I did was print right on the paper and cut. It took 20 minutes vs. hours of tracing.

  9. Lou Ann Jerabek says:

    I loved the idea of making the paper turkey. I will be making the paper turkey with my gradchild for a thanksgiving project.
    Thanks for the cool idea.