Papercraft Turkey Dinner

papercraft-turkeydinner2.jpgAs we head into the shortened Thanksgiving week, we’d like to offer our traditional holiday papercraft project. This delectable roast turkey was found on a Japanese site. We’ve bundled the templates into a single easy-to-download PDF:

Papercraft Turkey PDF

Continue across the jump for links to the original site (with Google translations into English).

Link: Atelier Fare Turkey (in English)

Link: Assembly Instructions (in English)

Source: This project was uncovered many months ago by our intrepid office manager David Ingersoll. You can also take a look at the papercraft projects we’ve collected over the years in our new tips blog archive.


  1. says

    Have your cake and eat it kind of a dillema. What should today’s brides do? Have a expensive reception or save for a home? I would choose the second without a doubt

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  3. WC says

    I think the name is ‘headcrab’, and yes, I agree it looks like one. Kind of silly to call a chicken a turkey just because you want it to be, though. The size and proportions are different.

  4. says

    Hi Gershon, I’m not exactly sure what a face crab is, but the the original site does claim this template is actually a chicken. We’re calling it a turkey for Thanksgiving.

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