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Step 1: Gather the Supplies

  • scrap paper
  • glue
  • scissors
  • marker
  • corks
  • knife

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Step 2: Cut the Cork

Choose a selection of corks that balance well standing up. Then an adult should carefully use a knife to cut a slit in the top of the cork deep enough to hold the place card.

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Step 3: Cut the Feathers

Let your child cut the scrap paper into a variety of feathers. We laid ours out on the table as we cut them to decide how many feathers we thought each place card would need.

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Step 4: Cut the Place Card

Use a scrap piece of paper and write your guest’s name on it, then position it to fit into the cork, cutting off any excess.

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Step 4: Glue the Feathers

Glue the feathers into place, arranging them into a colorful display akin to a turkey’s plumage.

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Step 5: Set the Table and Enjoy!

Place a turkey inspired place-card at each setting at the Thanksgiving table and watch your child delight in telling your guests all about them.