How to Make Spoon Puppets
This kitchy crew of spoon puppets is made using things from your pantry.
How to Make Sock Puppets
Stuff stray socks with cotton batting to turn them into a family of playful puppets.
your family stray socks. For this craft, you will need socks, red card stock , pompoms, white buttons, cotton batting, a rubber band , craft glue and scissors. The first step is to tie a rubber band back 2 inches down on the tip of the sock, and then we're going to stuff the sock with the ball of
the puppet's nose. Now for the mouth, take a piece of red card stock , fold it in half, give it a nice good crease, apply a little glue either side and were gonna place this right
How to Make Snack Puppets
Attach fruits and veggies together with toothpicks to make these edible food puppets.
need an orange, hair, an apple, cauliflower, grapes, half of a lemon, black eyed peas , dried apple cuts, jelly beans, tooth picks, chopsticks, a knife, and scissors. First cut holes onto the side of orange, the eyes and mouth. -Used black eyed peas for the eyes, a jelly bean to the mouth with scissors cut it in half, insert it for the nose. Use a red grape for the nose. Finish
pear, dried apple cuts for ears, green grape, nose and the same black eyed peas for eyes. For the granny, you use the green apple , cauliflower hair, and have grapes and blacked eyed pea eyes and a jelly bean mouth. The best thing about this craft is that there's no glue and drying time plus all these fruits and vegetables are
How to Make a Ring Box Puppet
Kids can quickly transform a cardboard ring box into a finger dancing puppet.
cardboard jewelry box with white flip inside, googly yes, a pompom, a hole punch , craft glue and scissors. Punch two holes in the short side of a box, keep punching until you have two holes large
How to Make Pop-up Puppets
Start with a soup can, then add felt and fabric to make this beary cute pop-up puppet.
a can from your recycling bin. For this craft you'll need a soup can , a hammer and nail, assorted colors of felt, a 14-inch scrap of knit fabric, a rubber band , Styrofoam ball, a wood dowel, hot glue gun, double stick tape, and a black marker. Use a hammer and nail to make a hole in the bottom of your can. Use your nail to stretch out the wick of the hole to accommodate your dowel. Using your dowel, make a hole in your Styrofoam ball. Use a bit of hot glue to secure it in place. When that's dry, wrap the ball in this half circle of knit fabric. Secure with a rubber band . To conceal the rubber band , use a small scrap of the fabric and tie it. Next, insert the dowel into the hole in the bottom of the can. Use double stick tape at the top of the can; press the fabric into the double stick tape to secure in place. Use some hot glue along the top and bottom edge, a piece of brown felt, and on side to attach to your can, wrapping all the
How to Make a Paper Bag Puppet
Decorate a brown paper bag with gift wrap scraps to make this adorable bird puppet.
For this craft, you'll need a paper lunch bag, gift wrap, or Kraft paper , tissue paper , tape, Kraft glue, 2 bottle caps , a bow, ribbon bunches and scissors. The first step is to lay your bag flat on the bottom. Fold the 2 corners of the flat up and secure with glue. Cut each triangle from orange paper, then glue and paste for the bird's beak. Then, with dome shape piece of pattern paper, start fringing the edges and glue that into place at the top of the flap. To make the bird's eyes , crumple up 2 pieces of small tissue paper and glue them in place into plastic bottle caps and then glue in place on the bird's head. Attach 2 more 2 tissue paper balls to the beak to create the bird's nostrils. Cut 6 pieces of ribbon about 1 to 2 inches long and glue in place to create the bird's belly. To finish off our bird, we have 2 bunches of store bought ribbon. You can take the either side of the bag to create the bird's wings, a little gift bow to go to the top of the bird's head. There's head feather and from Kraft paper , we just cut this little worm, do a little accordion folding and secure with tape under the bird's beak. Today, we make