Are you searching for a creative idea to entertain the kids? Make endearing puppets with paper lunch bags and organize a fun-filled puppet show for their amusement. Most importantly, the puppets are easier to craft and serve as winsome playthings, giving them a break from regular stuffed toys.
Get wild and creepy this Halloween with a galore of insanely funny puppets such as the witch, black cat, and Dracula.
Another adorable hand puppet made from a brown paper bag and construction paper. Perhaps, it’s the most cherubic dog you have ever seen.
Have a whale of a time with Winnie the Pooh and his playful pals showcasing their talent on the stage.
Keeping in mind the technology-driven world most of us are residing in, the kiddos would find the idea of hand puppets interesting and different.
The roving eyes and flapping wings of the owl look realistic and worthy enough to snuggle up.
The charming paper bag puppet would prove the notion wrong that lions are forever growling.
Another teddy bear added to your little princess’s toy box that can talk (not literally). How about slipping a surprise gift into it for her?
Hopping in delight is a lunch bag turned into a frog waiting eagerly for the monsoon to arrive.
The way the brown bags have been adorned with different scrap materials is worth appreciating. Wouldn’t it be fun to do something more with the paper bags?
Apt for preschoolers, the pink pig puppet is an effortless job requiring you to only cut and paste.
Give wings to your kid’s imagination crafting a teddy bear puppet and having a cuddly time.
Glue small pieces of party streamers to the back of the bag and embellish your little turkey for the Thanksgiving Day.
Sleeping in peace, the cute combo of cat and owl has won our hearts. It’s time to gather the brown bags at one place.
How effortlessly a paper plate is slits into parts and colored for representing the feathers? Tom, the Turkey, has never looked so happy before.
The monkey is getting all funky and can be put up on the walls for display. The cheeky face shows that it’s all set for some mischief.
As Halloween party favors, your search for something spooky yet creative ends here. Are you ready to turn your abode into a haunted land?
With a touch of animal love, the doggie will become everyone’s darling. And most importantly, it’s stage-ready to act.
Squeeze the glue and make way for the trio looking dapper with their hats on and eyes focused.
The freaky puppet would surely take you back to the Jurassic World. Don’t you love the way it gobbles up the tree branch?
Make the little woodchuck look captivating by adding the whiskers. So the ardent groundhog lovers can celebrate the day with glee.
Are you a huge fan of 101 Dalmatians? Then the cutesy puppets are here to open a dialogue with the kids.
The tutorial provides you a couple of links from where you can take a printout of the template and glue it to the brown bag.
Have you some pink paper bags? Click on the link and learn how to make a delightful elephant puppet.
What happens when a brigade of cuddly animals start dancing around courtesy your hands? The dose of cuteness just doubles up.
Another puppet to keep the kids enthralled for a long time.
All you need to do is glue the googly eyes, ears, ears, nose, and the tail (using a small string) to make the puppet.
If you are planning to add some activities to your party, then try playing a guessing game with the puppet. You are surely going to have a whale of a time.
Download a wolf template from the internet and go ahead to create a fierce wolf puppet.
An ideal Easter craft for the kiddos, the bunny puppet, would leave you surprised with its cute demeanor.
Gallop like the four-legged animal embracing the chic puppet. Bet the children wouldn’t get tired hopping around.
Celebrate the Chinese Year with glitz and glamour crafting a dragon puppet from an ordinary lunch bag.
What else could be a better way to hide the Christmas gifts for the young ones in the house than a Santa-themed puppet made out of paper bag?
Welcome the snowman into your abode and create a winter land indoors without facing the biting cold.
Isn’t it a lovely baby shower gift for your mom-to-be best friend? The ribbon strips add realism to the bird flaunting its lush feathers.
The energetic raccoon is easy to make using a paper bag. Just fold the bottom of the paper and glue the eyes, nose, and ears to it.
Let’s see how many hearts the cuddly duckling is going to steal.
Just stick some cotton lumps to the puppet and bring the dazzling white sheep alive.
Surprisingly, the puppet will change your notion about crocodile as it’s insanely cute and adorable.
If you are in a pragmatic mood, then you may like the idea of making a pilgrim paper bag puppet.
Take out the printouts of the following designs and start crafting hordes of paper bag beauties.
The myriad ideas for making paper bag puppets are enough to fill your house with outstanding crafty centerpieces and playthings. You are surely going to have immense fun.
Published on July 16th 2016 by Michelle Anderson