By Kathy Ross
All New Crafts for Thanksgiving
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Secure the point with glue. Use a clamp clothespin to hold the two ends of the tie together until the glue dries. Cut a triangle beak for the turkey from the orange felt. Glue the beak over the point of the tie. 34 old necktie Glue the two wiggle eyes above the beak. Wrap a piece of red pipe cleaner around your finger to curl it to make the wattle. Glue one end of the wattle under the beak. To use the napkin ring, fold a napkin like a fan and slide it through the ring. Bring the two ends of the napkin up to meet and secure them from the top with a paper clip.
Fold the tab on each end forward for the legs for the turkey. Cut toes in the end of each tab. Cut away the center tab and a small amount of the hat on each side. Cut slits about 2 inches (5 cm)apart and halfway up the remainder of the hat. Fold the tabs up to form the tail for the turkey. Fold the tip of the party hat forward toward the legs to make the head of the turkey. 40 Cut a triangle-shaped beak from the orange felt. Glue the beak to the front of the point of the head. Glue the two wiggle eyes to the head above the beak.
Use the red and green caps to make apples. Glue a piece of brown pipe cleaner on the edge for the apple stem. Add a tiny leaf cut from the green construction paper. Use the orange caps to make oranges. Fold a tiny piece of brown pipe cleaner in half and glue it to the top edge to look like the end of an orange. To make grapes, thread several purple craft beads on a piece of brown pipe cleaner. Fold and squeeze the pipe cleaner to look like a bunch of grapes. Fold a yellow pipe cleaner back and forth.