Last year I saw the cutest turkey shirt through Ucreate. You can find the real version here on Treasures for Tots. Mine is just a fake version, because I LOVE that you can use a fun combination of fabric on it, but with 3 kiddos to make them for, and not having enough heat n’ bond, I figured we’d just get out some paint after doing the main body for the turkey rather than cutting out so many hand shapes (I’d have had to cut out 30 hand shapes with the heat n’ bond!).
Just a couple tips really fast.
A lot of times the paint didn’t fill in the whole hand space, so I just filled in with my sponge brush.
I did end up sewing around the turkey’s body, just in case.
And my last tip? Don’t try to do this alone with three kids—especially if one of them is a 2 year old! It was tricky! I should have done it when Dillon was home. But we took turns with the same color so their feathers could be drying while the next kid took a turn.