1. Your needed supplies will include:
Printed, Colored Cardstock, Scissors, Glue, Tape, Sticker Labels (optional).
2. If you can print the template directly onto your cardstock, that’s
great, if not you can easily transfer the outline to the cardstock by
using a ballpoint pen to trace the design from the template on top of
3. Here you see the indentation outline from the tracing, so you know where to cut.
4. Cut out all of your shapes as seen on the template.
5. Cut the feathers at the angles shown, to give the feathery look.
6. Glue the head on the back of the label. (Hint: Make sure any pieces
that have ink on them from outlining the template are turned around so
the ink outline is on the backside.)
7. Glue the feathers on the back of the label, alternating colors and placement
for a layered look.
8. Add a sticker label if desired, and decorate with a name or a Thanksgiving
message. (Hint: Don’t decorate with any materials that could easily
come off into your food, like glitter.)
9. Bend the ends of the long strip of cardstock, from the template, that
will be the stand/napkin ring.
10. Tape the bent ends to the back of the label about 1/4 inch from the
bottom. This will allow it to stand up by itself, and sit at an angle
so people can easily read it. You can also tuck your napkin in the stand
and use it as a napkin ring, too.