10 EASY Turkey Crafts and Snacks Your Twins Will Be Thankful For

10 EASY Turkey Crafts and Snacks Your Twins Will Be Thankful For

I woke up this morning in awe that Thanksgiving is upon us.

As people are scrambling to finalize their menus and check off the boxes on their grocery lists, I am trying to plan some festive activities to share with my twins.

So, as I spend a few hours planning fun turkey crafts and snacks for my twins, I thought it was only appropriate to share our Thanksgiving excitement with Two Came True readers!

Without further adieu:

10 easy turkey snacks and crafts your twins will be thankful for
10 EASY Turkey Crafts and Snacks Your Kids Will Be Thankful For:

Check out these adorable Turkey Treats from Jenn at Clean & Scentsible:


These Paper Strip Turkey Crafts from Tammy at Housing a Forest are going to be a hit in my house for sure!


The Turkey Snack Sticks from Sheena at The Keeper of the Cheerios will make awesome crafts to share with your family and friends!


The Krazy Coupon Lady has these awesome Oreo Turkey’s that you can make with your kids for $5!


You can’t get much cuter than these Macaroni Turkey Crafts from Rachel at I Heart Crafty Things.


I always love throwing in something that is educational for my twins…..they never seem to mind, and always have a ton of fun with the activities I find.  This Turkey Name activity from Jennifer at A Dab of Glue Will Do is awesome!


Every kid is destined to LOVE this Turkey Pretzel snack from Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living.


Heidi at Happiness is Homemade has the cutest Turkey Windsock that my kids will have so much fun making!



If your kids love popcorn as much as mine do, these Turkey Treat Bags from Life is Poppin’ will be a huge hit!


And finally, I cannot wait to make these adorable Turkey Cones from Michelle at Crafty Morning with my kids and see how they creatively play with their creations.


Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays!  Spending time with family, relaxing around a table and listening to the joy and laughter that fills a home, makes the holiday memorable year after year.

I want my kids to grow up appreciating the meaning of Thanksgiving and being grateful that they are surrounded by insurmountable love.

From Meg and I here at Two Came True, we wish you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!  We truly hope you feel blessed and loved!

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