These toilet paper roll turkey stamps are a fun turkey craft that doubles as a fine motor activity and eye-hand coordination activity for kids. Use a recycled cardboard tube like a toilet paper roll or a paper towel roll to make a turkey stamp craft that kids will love. This toilet paper roll turkey craft becomes turkey art that is a different take on the typical toilet paper roll crafts that you normally see. This one uses a recycled cardboard tube to make a stamp!
Toilet Paper Roll Turkeys
This craft used a Recycled Toilet Paper Roll. We used a toilet paper roll, but a paper towel roll cut in half would work just as well. This craft started with a little prep work from mom, but nothing requiring too much work.
Paper Towel Roll Stamp Craft
You can use either a recycled toilet paper roll or a paper towel roll to make this turkey art. If you use a paper towel roll, you will need to cut it in half for easier stamping for children.
I started by bending on cardboard roll into a turkey body shape. The other roll was made into the feather stamp by cutting down the tube an inch and then snipping feathers.
Add a little paint into a tray and the craft is ready for creating!
Use the paper roll stamps to press into the paint and then stamp onto the paper. Big Sister first stamped the turkey bodies on the page and then added the feathers.
The red, orange, and yellow colors mixed together to make pretty turkey feathers!
Smoosh those colors together for pretty turkey wings!
We let our turkeys dry (loads of thick paint to let dry…) We love artwork loaded down with paint in our house 🙂
All they need are little beaks and eyes!
And done! Our Turkey Stamps are ready for Thanksgiving! Did you miss our other Paper Roll stamping crafts? Check them out:
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