Your Kids will Love This Thanksgiving Craft - DIY Halos Turkeys! ~ Dallas Mom Blog and Fort Worth Mom Blogger: Trendy Mom Reviews
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Wednesday, November 15, 2023

Your Kids will Love This Thanksgiving Craft - DIY Halos Turkeys!


In today's post, we are excited to share a fun DIY craft that your kids will love for Thanksgiving - DIY Halos Turkeys! This craft is so popular that my own kids won't stop making them!  They are fun, easy, and adorable.  Let's get started!

DIY Halos Turkeys


  • wonderful halos mandarins
  • four sheets of assorted colored paper for the waddle, beak, and name banner, plus 3 ¾” x 6” for the tail
  • scissors
  • pen or letter stamps and stamp pad
  • white glue
  • clothespin
  • adhesive dots
  • small pinecone or acorn or an in-shell nut (almond or walnut)


1. Using one sheet of colored paper, cut a small triangle for the beak and fold it in half. Cut a waddle shape out of a different colored paper. Cut a strip of paper out of a third sheet of colored paper and stamp or draw on a name. Use the scissors to cut v-notches at both ends to create a banner.

2. Make ½ folds along the long side of the fourth sheet of colored paper. Use a little glue at the very bottom of the pleats, on both sides, pinch it together to create a fan shape, and clip the end together with the clothespin to hold it while it dries. Glue the name banner to the tail.

3. Glue the beak into the pinecone, tucking it in between the scales. Use adhesive dots to adhere the pinecone head and tail to the mandarin. Use a little glue to adhere the waddle and tuck it into the head. Hold in place for a minute or two while the glue sets.

Personally, my children are obsessed with this craft! They can't stop making them! Even better, they are happily eating plenty of Wonderful Halos while they craft! Just two Wonderful Halos provide 50% of their recommended daily amount of Vitamin C. There is also a whopping 11% of fiber in a serving size of two Wonderful Halos! We can't get enough of these non-GMO, seedless, easy-to-peel snacks!  We hope that this craft provides your kids hours of entertainment, livens up your Thanksgiving tablescape, and inspires a love of Wonderful Halos for your children too!

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Thanks to Wonderful Halos for providing this craft and supplies! This craft was originally created by Jodi Levine (@supermakeit) and is available on the Wonder Halos website!

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