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Let’s make adorable Thanksgiving aprons with handprint turkeys on them!

Get festive and a little messy with this Thanksgiving apron craft. These turkey aprons are so much fun to make with family and friends.

Our handprint turkey Thanksgiving apron is so much fun to make with family and friends
Make our adorable Thanksgiving apron that has a handprint turkey on it.

Our turkey aprons make wonderful gifts for your Thanksgiving guests who want to help in the kitchen without getting messy. They are perfect for a fall baking day with friends too.

How to Make a Handprint Turkey Apron

These turkey aprons are so quick and easy to make. All you need is fabric paint and plain aprons. This is a great Thanksgiving craft to make with family and friends.

Related: Turkey crafts for Thanksgiving

You will need fabric paint in assorted colors, a plain apron, and paintbrushes to make our thanksgiving apron with handprint turkey on it.
Gather fabric paint, an apron, and paintbrushes to make our turkey apron craft.

Supplies needed to make Thanksgiving turkey aprons

  • Plain aprons
  • Fabric paint in assorted colors
  • Paintbrushes

You can find plain aprons at big box stores such as Walmart and craft stores. Don’t forget to download coupons if you purchase them from a craft store.

Instructions for making our Thanksgiving turkey aprons

Step 1 for making a turkey handprint thanksgiving apron is to paint your hand brown and your fingers assorted colors using fabric paint.
Paint your hand brown and your fingers assorted colors for the turkey feathers.

Step 1

Using fabric paint and a paintbrush, paint the palm of your hand brown, and your fingers assorted colors for the turkey’s feathers.

Step 2 for making a turkey handprint thanksgiving apron is to press your painted hand onto the apron.
Press your painted hand firmly onto the apron to make a turkey handprint.

Step 2

Press your painted hand firmly onto the apron. Use the fingers on your other hand to press down on each finger and the back of your painted hand to make sure the paint transfers properly.

Step 3 of making a handprint turkey thanksgiving apron is to paint a waddle, beak, eye, and legs on your turkey.
Use a paintbrush to add a waddle, beak, eye, and legs to your handprint turkey.

Step 3

Use a paintbrush to add the waddle, beak, eye, and legs to your handprint turkey.

Our finished handprint turkey Thanksgiving apron
A turkey handprint apron for Thanksgiving.
Our finished handprint turkey apron for Thanksgiving.
The whole family wearing the turkey aprons we made.
These turkey handprint aprons are perfect to keep guests clean if they want to help in the kitchen.

Prep Time
5 minutes

Active Time
10 minutes

Additional Time
1 hour

Total Time
1 hour 15 minutes

Difficulty
easy

Estimated Cost
$10

Materials

  • Plain aprons
  • Fabric paint in assorted colors

Instructions

  1. Paint the palm of your hand with brown fabric paint and your fingers a variety of colors for the turkey’s feathers.
  2. Press your hand firmly onto the apron, making sure to use your other hand to press each finger and the back of your hand down so that all of the paint transfers.
  3. Use a paintbrush to add the waddle, beak, eye, and legs to your handprint turkey.
  4. Set your apron aside to dry for at least an hour.

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Have you made our turkey handprint apron for Thanksgiving? Did you give them as gifts, or make them during a party?



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