Miniature Butterball Turkeys

What do you get when you cross ribbon fringe with copper feet, then add a wooden ball body? This adorable butterball turkey – that’s what! This is a fun project to add to the Thanksgiving table as place cards, favors, or just an ornamental piece of cheer.

To make the butterball turkey: First, form the legs out of thin copper craft wire. Dredge the ribbons in fabric stiffener and let dry in formed shape. Once they are dry, attach them to a wooden craft ball with glue and let dry.

PS. Wouldn’t the turkeys would look great on these place-mats?

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Posted November 05, 2012
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2 Responses to “Miniature Butterball Turkeys”

  1. Fatcat says:

    Why do they not have heads?

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