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"What am I going to do with my pile of old t-shirts? I'm going to wear them. The ones that are now retired are mostly used already. I've made bracelets, though not with jewels as shown here, children's clothes and pj's, and quilts beyond belief! It certainly is fun to be creative with something everyone has and most throw away! Thanks for more ideas."
Spring Puppet Crafts
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"These Spring Paper Puppets are perfect for your Easter celebrations this year. Made with popsicle sticks, your kids will love creating a bunny, lamb and chick to play with. You will love how simply they come together with common craft supplies you already have lying around! They are simple enough for even your littlest kids to enjoy making, but are fun for kids of all ages! Spend time with your family this holiday season, and enjoy these adorable animals for months to come. "
Primary TechniquePaper Crafts
- Colored Paper
- White embossed paper or white cardstock
- Popsicle sticks
- Craft glue
To make your spring puppet crafts, grab white embossed paper, yellow, orange, pastel blue, pink and grey colored paper.
Trace the chick patterns on yellow and orange paper, the bunny patterns on blue and pink paper and the lamb patterns on white embossed paper and grey paper.
Cut out the traced papers.
Attach the hair (small pattern) cut out on the top side of the head cutout.
Attach the leg cutouts on the bottom side of the body cutout
Attach the head on the top side of the body pattern.
Attach the beak on the head cutout and the legs on the bottom side of the body cutout.
Attach the wing cutouts on both sides of the body pattern and the head on the top side of the body pattern.
Attach the small round cutout in the middle of the big round cutout.
Attach the pink inner ear cutouts on the main ear parts attached to the head cutout.
Attach the head on the top side of the body cutout.
Attach the tail on either side of the body pattern, near the bottom side.
Attach the paw cutouts along the bottom side of the body pattern.
Use a sharpie to draw the eyes and other details of the papercraft bunny, chick and lamb puppets.
Attach the papercraft bunny, chick, and lamb on popsicle sticks to complete the crafts.
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