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Disguise A Turkey: Queen Elsa before & after

Disguise a Turkey Project: Queen Elsa

November 24, 2020 Sarah Coggins
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Our daughter came home a few weeks ago with a school project to Disguise a Turkey. We were given an instruction sheet and a blank turkey to decorate. The idea is to help keep the turkey safe through Thanksgiving by dressing it up as something other than a turkey. Not too surprisingly, our daughter chose to dress hers up as Elsa!

Disguise a Turkey as Queen Elsa

This was a first and the two of us had fun bringing her idea to life. We used scrapbooking supplies I had on hand to create the turkey disguise (sometimes my hoarding pays off!):

  • We used 2 sided scrapbooking paper by Kaisercraft to make the dress. First sketching the design with a blank sheet of white paper to make a template.
  • A scrap piece of sheer ribbon made an easy addition to the dress to give a visual separation between the bodice and skirt.
  • I freehand sketched Elsa’s hairdo onto yellow paper. Traced over with a black Micron pen. Then cut out using my x-acto knife.
  • We glued chipboard snowflakes onto the dress and around the turkey. (We also used these for my son’s Geronimo Stilton project 3 years ago.)
  • My daughter colored the turkey face, neck, feathers, and feet with crayons.
  • Finally, she added a crown from a sticker set to complete the turkey’s Queen Elsa disguise.Dressing Up a Turkey as Queen Elsa

This was a cute project and would be fun entertainment on Thanksgiving Day as well. Our school used a free printable found here. Download, print, and start dressing it up!

What disguise will your turkey wear?

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