Felt Puppets


More puppets, but this time we’re celebrating spring. It’s a great way for children to talk about the changes they’re seeing in nature; how plants are awakening, flowers are blooming, and little creatures are suddenly everywhere. They can use these observations to help them develop ideas for puppets.


  • soft felt and sturdy felt
  • coloured popsicle sticks
  • white glue
  • glue gun
  • scissors



This is a fun way to get children to come up with a story, and create some simple felt puppets to tell it.  You’ll need to use sturdy felt sheets for the basic shapes, otherwise the puppets will be floppy. The soft kind can be used to add details. Use white glue to assemble the parts. Once finished, use a glue gun to add a popsicle stick. Place the puppets between some heavy books, so they can dry nice and flat overnight.




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16 responses to “Felt Puppets

  1. These are so fun! My boys would have a hay day making all sorts of different puppets. This is a keeper for my summer boredom buster list! Thanks 🙂 Krista @ A Handful of Everything

  2. Ingrid

    These are just the cutest. I can think of so many ways to use them. Thank you so much for sharing

  3. Thanks for showing how to make the puppets. Linda

  4. My kids have had kits to make Halloween decorations similar to this. I like the creativity and natural materials much better. Very nice.

  5. These are adorable! Thanks for sharing the great tutorial at A Bouquet of Talent this week. Hope you are having a wonderful week!

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  7. Diana Rambles

    Super cute! Very fun! Thanks for sharing this at my Pin Me Linky Party.

  8. These are so cute!! We may have to try some for a project I have in my head. Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!

  9. Hey there! Thanks for linking up such an awesome project! Stop by again next week and link up another awesome project for us to see!

    Have a great week,

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