Looking for a way to spread some Thanksgiving Cheer this month? Happy mail is a great way to spread joy and stay in touch with friends and family members. Today we’re sharing Easy Thanksgiving Cards for Kids to Make. This is a great way to get the kids involved and have fun crafting together.
It is so fun to see how proud kids can be of their crafts and artwork. By making cards for others, they can brighten someone else’s day! Plus it is so hard for us to keep ALL their beautiful creations.
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Make a Turkey Stickers
These Make a Turkey Stickers are so fun to play with! I actually ordered them to send out in cards. They would also be great to have on the table for Thanksgiving Day to keep the kids entertained.
This set comes with four different designs. They would fit perfectly inside a greeting card envelope. We will probably mail a few of these along with the cards we made.
Easy Thanksgiving Cards for Kids
Once we decided on colors for our cards, I trimmed the paper to 6 inches by 10 inches. Then I folded it in half to make a 5 X 6 card for the kids to decorate. This seemed to be a perfect fit for the turkey stickers.
Now it’s time for the fun part! Let the kids create their own turkeys using the sticker sheets. See what fun combos they can make with these.
The sticker sheets also come with a few greetings to add the cards. They are Give Thanks, Thankful, Gobble Gobble, and Thank you.
Once the stickers are in place, let them use glitter glue to add a little pizzazz to their creations! These adorable cards are sure to make someone’s day.
Thanksgiving Day Kids’ Activity
Not only are these stickers great for making cards, they would also be great for a Thanksgiving Day activity! Set these out on the table with paper and any other crafting materials you have. The kids can make their own Thanksgiving artwork while they are waiting for the feast to be ready!
I’ll be adding this idea to my Tips for a Fun and Stress-Free Thanksgiving with Kids! If you need another easy idea for Thanksgiving Crafts, be sure to check out this easy paper plate craft.