Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet




By Noeen Doll.

This Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet would be perfect for a toddler to play with, or just to entertain one.

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The chick’s legs are created by the fingers the wearer sticks through the holes at the bottom of the puppet, and they are easy and fun for a small child to use.

The chicks are so fast and easy to make, you can do several very quickly.

Supplies.

Craft Foam

Paper for pattern

Scissors

Pencil

How to Make a Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet.

1. Make a paper pattern for the chick and its wings.

Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

I made my chick body nice and fat and full and round – sort of like a real new chick would be.

Trace them onto yellow craft foam. Cut them out.

2. Draw 2 circles on the lower part of the chick’s body.

Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal
Cut them out. How to cut holes in the middle of something.

Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

3. Cut out an orange beak and round black eyes.

Make them pretty big, as larger features make for a cuter chick.

4. Play with the face until you find a look you like.

Glue the beak and eyes onto the upper part of the chicken.

Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

5. Glue one wing on each side of the chick’s body.

Let dry.

Kicky Chickie Finger Puppet - Crafty Journal

Find a youngster to try out your Kicky Chickie finger puppet.

And don’t forget to keep an eye on young children because of small parts.

Noreen Doll

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  1. Adorable!

  2. This is so cute! Such an easy project and a great way to keep little ones entertained!

  3. I love your little chicky puppet! I’m thinking its a great way to entertain the little ones in the car!

  4. This is adorable! I made something similar with my boys except our puppets were T-Rex…these are more appropriate for the season. :)

  5. Oh I’ll have to make it. It’s too adorable and my kids would love it.

  6. So sweet, I bet my daughter would love to make one of these :)

  7. Thanks so much for sharing ~ I pinned this cutie!

  8. This is really a cute project and I think smaller children would love finding this in their Easter Basket.

  9. This is really cute……..and looks easily do-able……….and there would be many other possibilities with this idea. Thank you for sharing. :) Gentle Joy

  10. Think of all the different spring animals you could make to have a puppet show/song n dance! Pinning to my Easter Fun board!

  11. Very clever, Noreen!! Hope you are well. Linda

  12. thanks for joining up and linking at Take-A-Look Tuesday – – just wanted to give you a heads up that I featured you yesterday!!
    –Mandy

  13. This is adorable! I pinned it.
    Kelly

  14. How cute. What kid wouldn’t like to make their own finger puppet. Pinned. Thanks for sharing on Fri. Pin Fest

  15. Very cute, love the chickie.

  16. Such a fun craft idea! Thanks for sharing on Sweet and Savoury Sundays, stop by and share with us again this weekend!

  17. Cute and fun! Thanks for linking to TTF.

  18. What a fun idea. I have a little toddler who is going to love this!

  19. Your Tip Me Tuesday link is incredible this week! In fact, my readers would love to bookmark it in their craft rooms.

  20. That is too cute! I can’t wait to do this with the kids, they will love this. Thanks for linking it up to Snickerdoodle Sunday.

  21. Ok, seriously cute! Really cute!

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