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Napkin Folding Ideas: A Cute Turkey-Inspired Craft For Your Thanksgiving Table

These cute little gobblers dress up your napkins.

We've been busy scouring the internet for napkin folding ideas to set the perfect Thanksgiving dining table. And these adorable turkeys made from recycled coffee filters by The Brass Paperclip Project definitely caught our eye and won't break the bank.

napkin folding ideas
Photo by The Brass Paperclip Project

These cute little gobblers dress up your napkins and actually have lollipop treats hidden inside, so they double as sweet favors for your holiday guests. They are so easy to make, and kids will love to help out by tracing their hands to make the birds' fanned feathers. Head over to The Brass Paperclip Project for the full instructions and click through our slideshow below of other napkin folding ideas for your Thanksgiving table.

The Bishop's Hat
Flickr/DennisWong
A classic fold that will take you back to your cruise ship vacation of '09. Follow this YouTube tutorial for the how-to.
The Three-Pocket
Between Naps On The Porch
This idea also gives you a place to put all those forks and flowers. Visit Between Naps On The Porch for the tutorial.
The Rosette
The Stone Gable
Much easier than you'd think. Really, it's just an (artfully) rolled-up napkin. No ironing needed. Visit The Stone Gable for the full details.
The Kimono
100 Layer Cake
You won't even have to worry about setting a proper table with this one. 100 Layer Cake has the step-by-step.
The Collared Shirt
How About Orange
It was originally made for Father's Day, but hey, why not. How About Orange will show you how.
The Candle
Flickr/gematrium
So easy, we probably don't need to tell you how to do this. But we will: Just fold the napkin into a triangle, then roll. Stick the rolled napkin into a glass. Done. If you need pics, check out The Napkin Folding Guide (which indeed exists).

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