Easy Turkey Wine Glass Decor!

Make your own adorable Turkey Wine Glass. This easy step by step tutorial will show you how to easily make a wine glass turkey which is perfect for a centerpiece, mantel decor or table decorations this Thanksgiving! If you are looking for an adorable Thanksgiving craft project, this is it!
Thanksgiving seems to be the forgotten holiday in the US these days. And Thanksgiving decor, especially DIY home decor Thanksgiving crafts are difficult to find. However, these adorable Turkey Wine Glasses are the perfect, fun Thanksgiving craft decor!
• Lay down a covering to protect your work surface.
• Paint the inside of your wineglass brown with a foam paintbrush.
• Allow to dry.
• Now paint the outside of your wine glass brown. Make sure you paint out all the overlapping marks.
• Allow to dry.
• Paint the eyes, beak, snood and feet.
• Allow to dry completely in between each step!
• Once the glasses are dry you can begin attaching the feathers on the backside of the turkey. Form an arch so it looks like a fan in back. Make certain the feathers do not touch the top of the wine glass.
• Top off with a tea light candle (flameless may be best due to the feathers) and set this cute little wine glass turkey in the middle of your table, on your fireplace mantel or an end table for a great Thanksgiving decoration! Make a group of three in the same or in staggered height and set the trio among leaves, burlap, pinecones, etc for a sweet Thanksgiving centerpiece.

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