These artful gobblers are simply circles cut from cereal boxes.
Start by tracing four small, round objects, such as a jar lid, a bottle of tacky glue, a dime, and a quarter, onto a flattened cereal box. Our circles range in size from 5/8 inch to 2 inches. Cut out the circles.
Snip tail feathers into the largest circle, as shown. Cut one of the medium-size circles in half for wings. Use a hole punch to create tiny circles for eyes. Cut a triangular beak from a yellow section of the box and cut a tiny half-circle from red for the snood.
Stack and adhere the pieces with tacky glue. Add a self-adhesive pin back when the glue is dry.
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