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Delight turkeys, children, and vegans alike in half the time it takes to bake a butterball! This papier-mache roast turkey is stuffed full of candy g...
First, mold a brown paper bag around an oval turkey sized object. This basket was flipped upside to form a mold. To minimize the use of masking tape...
Tear strips of paper, and glue to the brown paper. This is not an "archival-quality" roast papier-mache turkey, and it will be destroyed soon, so us...
The drumsticks are created from the corners of paper grocery bags. Twist near the end and cut to give a nice bone shape. Cover with papier-mache.
Attach turkey legs to the body. Staple near the bottom, and "sew" on legs by punching holes and threading with twine.
Create a "bottom" for the turkey by folding over the ends of a paper bag in the shape of the turkey base. Staple liberally. Flip the turkey "top" ove...
Spray paint your turkey and add a nice brown glaze. You may choose to create and attach some green flair made from tissue paper to hang your meat. Bo...
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