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Thanksgiving Turkey Suckers

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Make these adorably simple Turkey suckers for your next Thanksgiving get together.

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I live in a small town, and we have a flock of turkeys here. These guys a local celebrities, and I do not say that lightly. This town has a Facebook page tracking and taking photos of the notoriously named… Magnificent Five. Here’s two of our famous feathered friends at a neighbors house.


I thought well this is a perfect treat to send to school for Thanksgiving! The kids will love these. They are super simple to make, so belting out enough for family, school or church will be a breeze.

Just a few supplies needed, most of which I had at home. The leaves used are from Hobby Lobby, extras from a previous project. Any leaf shape will work, I wish I had felt, but these turned out so adorable!



  • Burlap
  • Twine or ribbon
  • Fabric leaves
  • Red felt
  • Orange felt
  • Googly eyes
  • Suckers
  • Scissors
  • Glue gun


1. Start with the burlap and twine. Cut a square of the burlap, just enough to wrap around the suckers. Try it out, make sure the size works for you and use that as a stencil to cut the amount you need. Next is the twine. I cut more than I knew I would need because I hate fighting to knot little ends.


2. Now we can wrap the burlap over the suckers and tie them up! You’ll have faceless little turkeys!


3. Grab your felt and cut orange triangle beaks and red little waddles. Fun fact… I just googled what that’s called. No judging my waddle cutting skills!


4. Grab the glue gun and glue on the beak, waddle and googly eyes. Turn the sucker over and glue down the leaf. And BAM! You have these too cute turkey suckers!


I hope you loved making these as much as I did! I’d love to see you creations!

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