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With a few discarded mailing tubes, construction paper, and Fiskars Squeeze Punches you can craft these characters in under 20 minutes.
Turkey Leg Place Card
1. To create this seat-saver, trim the top inch or two from a small, paper treat bag using Pinking Shears or Pinking Edgers.
2. Push in the bottom pointed corners and fill, molding and twisting the bag into the right shape. Insert a strip of white cardstock with heart punch at the end into the opening and staple closed.
3. Add a name and a place to reserve.
You can stuff them with filler such as newspaper, or consider pulling double-duty as a goodie bag by instead adding a bag of treats inside. A popcorn ball would be a great shape and size.
"Popcorn Pie" Snack
1. Using a disposable tart pan as a base, fill with goodies and top with a cardstock crust cut with Clouds Paper Edgers around a circle traced from a Circle Shape Template.
2. Bend up the edges and add cut-outs using the Petal by Petal Squeeze Punch. This is enough to resemble a pie, but if you want to go further, run strips of cardstock punched with Scalloped Sentiments Border Punch through a Paper Crimper and hot-glue around rim of pan. The crimping not only adds a pinched-crust feel, it also allows the cardstock strip to mold around the rounded top.
1. Using the Amplify® Mixed Media Scissors cut out square from white cardstock or foam, punch two one-quarter inch holes, and thread onto a straw.
2. Using the Circle Shape Template cut a circle from cardstock, run through the Wave Paper Crimper. Use this for your nautical coaster.
1. Using the Apron Lace Border Punch, punch along each side of a 2" wide strip of cardstock.
2. Accordion-fold at every two scallops and staple at center.
3. Pull each side up to meet in the middle with glue dots. Fan out and add a face and body.
4. Cut out a snowman shape and use as the turkey's body with a pilgrim hat.
5. Add googly eyes, beak and wattle.
Pilgrim Crayon Hat
1. Cut out the bottom of a black paper cup (or just paint a regular white one like I've done her) with a Craft Knife.
2. Hot glue upside-down to a painted chipboard circle traced using the Circles Shape Template.
3. Add a strip of paper for the headband and squares for the buckle.
1. Using cardstock cut out 2 tree shapes. Fold them in half and glued to each other to stand upright. You'll need to cut a root or two from the bottom and a middle branch at the top.
2. Punch out leaves or shapes so each child can write what they are grateful for. (These can be attached using glue dots)
Brown paper bags