Turkey Treat Bags for Kids Thanksgiving Parties

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Looking for the perfect treat for kids for those Thanksgiving gatherings? Try these fun turkey treat bags! They are perfect for kids and too cute not to make for Thanksgiving! Our pet turkey is definitely thinking these treat bags sound like a great alternative!

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Turkey Treat Bags

Materials:

Tulle (Use rectangle tulle from a roll or tulle pre-cut circles)

Pipe cleaners (red, tan, orange and yellow)

Reese Pieces (or your favorite mix of candies in fall colors!)

Googly eyes

Glue (hot glue or another strong glue)

Scissors

Small clear hair elastics

Optional: clear treat bags or sandwich bags

Directions:

Place candies in the middle of your tulle. {Tulle from a roll may be used (cut to 16”) or precut tulle circles.} Secure the tulle closed with a clear hair elastic. Leave the excess tulle on the back to create “feathers”.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Optional: if you want extra protection for the candy, use a clear bag to place the treats in and then place the tulle over the top.

To form the turkey head, simply cut a tan pipe cleaner in half (approximately 6”). Start at one end, and roll the pipe cleaner until about 2 inches are left at the end.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Cut a 1” piece from an orange pipe cleaner and slide it through the outer coil of the tan pipe cleaner.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Push the ends together to form a beak, and twist slightly so it stays together.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Cut a 2” piece from a red pipe cleaner. Simply wrap it over the top of the beak (facing down) and twist to create the wattle.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Glue the eyes onto the sides of the tan rolled pipe cleaner.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Cut a 6” piece from a yellow pipe cleaner. From the end into a “W” shape and bend the straight leftover end to form the leg/foot.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Lay the treat bag down (rubber band/excess tulle or “feathers” in the back) and press the head through the top and legs through the bottom/front of the tulle.

Thanksgiving Turkey Treat Bags

Of course, no Thanksgiving is complete without our favorite Adam Sandler Thanksgiving son:

Do you have any fun Thanksgiving traditions to share? If so, comment below and share with us!

Melanie Kampman

Melanie Kampman is a web designer, developer and owner of Giveaway Bandit and Farm News for Kids. She lives in Northwest Missouri on a large family farm with her husband and eight year old son, the Giveaway Bandit. They raise cattle with a variety of pets including horses, chickens, ducks, and a slew of cats.

By Melanie Kampman

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