Cute Turkey Thanksgiving Glitter Globes

$3
30 Minutes
Easy

Need a super cute craft for the kiddos for Thanksgiving day? These adorable turkey glitter globes are just the ticket and will bring smiles to a LOT of faces. Making them is super easy!
What you'll need for the project:
– Baby Food Jars
– Construction paper in fall colors
– Pencil
– Googly Eyes
– Tulip Fashion Glitter in orange jewel
– Aleene's Max Tacky Adhesive
– Aleene's Tacky Dots
– Scissors
– Glycerin (optional)
Have the child trace their hand on several sheets of the construction paper and cut out. Each glitter globe takes 3-5 cut-out hands to make the turkey feathers.
Add water to your baby food jar and pour in the orange Tulip Fashion Glitter. You can also add a little bit of glycerine to help keep the glitter suspended.
Take the Max Tacky and line the inside of the jar lid. Securely twist on jar and let dry.
Now attach Tacky Dots to the back of the googly eyes and a small beak that you cut out from the construction paper.
Fan out your paper hands and press together with the Tacky Dots! Add a few dots to the back of the jar and press in place.
Here's a cute little graphic for pinning if you want capturing all the steps! We love this project! It's so perfect for little hands!! Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!

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