quick & easy turkey treat cups

With Thanksgiving coming in the next couple of weeks, I figured it was about time that there was a little turkey on the ol’ blog!  So, run out to your nearest Target, Etsy shop or party store for a few supplies to make these chubby little turkey treat cups!

This {create this} could not be easier and these are the cutest little cups to hold stuff for the kiddos to gobble up ;)

Start with a patterned treat cup.  Fold a cupcake paper in half and adhere it to the back inside of the cup for the turkey tail feathers.  Using scraps of paper and red ric rac, make the face and waddle.  That’s it, ya’ll!  Now comes the fun part … filling them with treats!!

Place these at the kids’ table and fill them with a snack to munch on before the big meal or pack them with leftover Halloween candy for a sweet snack for the ride home!  Either way, these are the cutest little turkeys I ever did see!

Let’s talk turkey … I have a few more Thanksgiving-ish posts for your perusal :)

This project or recipe was shared at all the blogs on my Link Party Love page! Go take a peek … they rock!


  1. I saw those treat cups and thought turkey too…but then I didn’t buy them. Now I have to go back to Target:-) So cute!!!!

  2. those are adorable!! I’m going to have to find those treat cups!

  3. So cute! I’ll have to Pin this for next year (we Canadians already had our Thanksgiving this year), love your little cup idea though!

  4. Super cute, I’m going to make these with my boys if I can find those cute cups!

  5. Adorable, Keri!!! What a brilliant idea for the kids at Thanksgiving!

  6. Hi Keri-

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Juice. We have a Thanksgiving feature over at The Classroom Creative that this will be a perfect fit for…I can’t wait to show this to Karen. I will also share this at my Thanksgiving board at Pinterest.

    The only problem: leftover Halloween candy. My DH has already cleared that bucket…lol…

    Take care,

  7. What a cute idea!

  8. Wow so darling!! I am new to the blog life and am just becoming rapidly obsessed;p! I love to make treat bags or party favors to hand out and this will go perfect for all of the children that attend our massive family dinner on Thanksgiving! Thanks for Giving me a great idea;)

    Brittny @ Deerlybeelovedcreations.com

  9. These are adorable!!! I love doing fun holiday surprises for my kids. It just takes a little bit extra to create some magical memories for them : ) I’m pinning!

  10. So cute and simple! Perfect for little ones at Thanksgiving!!

    Thanks for partying with us this week at Keep Calm & Link Up!! Happy Friday!!
    xo, Meredith @ http://www.waittilyourfathergetshome.com

  11. What a super cute idea! Megan

  12. How fun! You are so awesome to think ahead on what to do for the kids at Thanksgiving!

    hugs x

  13. what a fun idea! I love it!
    Thanks for linking up! I featured your post in my wrap up http://tidymom.net/2012/thanksgiving-table-ideas/
    Have a great rest of the weekend

  14. Cute little treat cups Keri!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  15. Those look so cool! I came across from Homemaker On A Dime link party & hop. I just followed you too – great blog! :)

  16. These are soo stinking adorable.. love how you make the simple soo cute!
    Thanks for sharing with the Pink Hippo party.
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

  17. Super cute turkey cups! Do come and share ‘m at our linky party, at http://www.finecraftguild.com/party-3/ Our readers would love to find them. Adorable.

  18. I would love for you to share this (or any of your other great ideas) at the link party going on through tomorrow night at ‘Or so she says …’ Hope to see you there! http://www.oneshetwoshe.com

  19. Those turkey cups are super cute. Thanks for sharing at DIYbyDesign.

  20. Very simple, but they turn out so awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  21. What an adorable way to say Gobble Gobble! I love the treat cups. They’re really pretty and are the perfect base for the turkey. It’s also a great idea to use it for pre-dinner munchies. I know our guests are always hungry before the meal!
    I wanted to invite you to share your idea on my blog, Confetti Diaries, link party this week. I think it would be wonderful inspiration for my readers. Hope you’ll join us!

  22. Hello! new visitor! love your blog!!! you have adorable posts!!! ~Nancy~


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