Holidays

Can You Say, “Gobble Gobble”?

These fun little party favors are for each of your Thanksgiving guests. Aren’t they darling? We used to make them when I was little. I loved putting them together before dinner was ready, as I got to eat a few of the M&M’s along the way. The idea came from my oldest sister, Nanette. I remember siting at the kitchen table with her helping me put mine together. Thanks, Nan.

This is a great Thanksgiving craft to do with little ones at the kid’s table. Your kids can help make these turkey M&M favors and then put them on everyone’s place setting.

turkey thanksgiving party favor

Can You Say, “Gobble Gobble”?

Supplies for Turkey Party Favors:

  • 1/4 – 1/2 yard brown tulle – the kind of fabric that tutu’s are made from. You can make about 15-20 favors in 1/2 yard of fabric
  • M&M’s – or small colorful candy
  • Brown craft pipe wire
  • red paper

First, cut a 6 inch square of the netting fabric. Then place a small candies in the center. We used M&M’s, you could use anything that is yummy and colorful. Then take up each side and hold it together at the top.

M&M's turkey favor

making turkey favor

Using a brown pipe cleaner, twist it around the netting to close it like a bag. Then twist the two pipe cleaner ends together. Then curl down the pipe wire to form a circle head. Then cut a little wattle out of red paper and stick it through the head, or glue it if needed.

pipe cleaner turkey favor

thanksgiving turkey M&M favor

Now you have a cute turkey to eat for dessert. You’re guests will love these little turkey treats!

Here are more Thanksgiving kid’s crafts:

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8 comments

  1. Marie,
    Talked to Nan today and I told her you wanted to make these for Thanksgiving and she said “Did it!” She said she already has them made and boxed up to bring for T. dinner. Just Fyi.

  2. I have been reading your blog for a while now and thougt I would finally “delurk”. :-)

    Thank you for sharing such cute ideas! This idea is ADORABLE and a great way to use up left over Halloween candy!

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