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Clay Pot Turkey

Contributed by: Amanda Formaro

This little turkey is quite simple to make. The cost is minimal and he makes a great table decoration or hostess gift for Thanksgiving dinner!

You will need

  • 1- 1 1/2" diameter wooden ball
  • 1- 2 1/4" diameter clay pot
  • 3 or 4 feathers
  • small bowtie or 6 inch length of ribbon
  • green button
  • 6 inch length of jute or raffia
  • white craft or hot glue
  • black finetip marker
  • small and large paintbrushes
  • acrylic paints in brown, tan, mustard yellow, red, and rose
  • clear coat spray

What you do

Body

Place newspaper down on work surface. Turn clay pot over and glue wooden ball to bottom of pot. When glue is dry, use large paint brush to paint entire the outside of the clay pot and the entire wooden ball with brown paint. Let dry and apply a second coat. When dry, use large paint brush to fleck on spots of tan paint for effect. This does not have to be perfect! Using small paint brush, paint on feet and beak, use the photo as a guide if needed.

Head

Use small paintbrush to paint on the gobbler in red. Dab large paintbrush or stencil dotter in rose paint. Dab onto newspaper or paper towel until all excess paint is removed. Gently dab onto "cheeks" of turkey's face. With the black finetip marker, drawn on eyes and dot nostrils onto beak. Spray entire surface with clear coat.

Finishing Touches

Glue miniature bow tie in place, or fashion a simple bow out of ribbon and glue in place. Trim excess to suit your tastes. Tie a piece of jute or raffia through the holes of the green button. Tie a bow and trim excess. Glue button to the body below the bowtie. Glue feathers to the back so that they stick up above the back of the turkey's head.

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