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Great for play groups and having fun making plays


Material

  • 1 wooden spoon
  • 2 googly eyes
  • 4 squares of toilet paper
  • 1 red sticker
  • 1/2 A4 coloured paper
  • 1 ribbon
  • 5 beads
  • glue
  • sticky tape
  • scissors

Method

  1. Glue 2 googly eyes to round part of wooden spoon, stick the mouth to wooden spoon as well.
  2. Using your toilet paper, put 4 squares together and cut into strips about 1cm width. Split the toilet paper into 2 parts and sticky tap them together and sticky tape them to the top of the wooden spoon. Using it as hair.
  3. Draw a dress or piece of clothing onto the coloured paper and cut it out. and wrap around the wooden spoon where it becomes a stick. Sticky tape to it the wooden spoon so it doesn't fall off.
  4. Grab your ribbon and thread through the beads you want to use and tie together to form a knot at both ends and sticky tape to the top of the clothes so it becomes a necklace.
  5. Your princess wooden spoon puppet is ready to play with.

Notes

My girls make all kinds of wooden spoon puppets to have special plays to show mummy and daddy.




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  • kjgarner
    • 25 Mar 2014
      3:19 pm

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  • A really cheap way to create a doll to play with. Lots of fun to make and no doubt hours of fun to play with

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  • Very pretty. I’ll have to try it with my toddler!


    • Just be careful of the beads with a toddler

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  • Yes a great and cheap idea!

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  • I MADE THIS WHEN I WAS YOUNG

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  • More school holiday fun .. thank you

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  • Great one to get little miss to do, thanks for sharing.

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  • So cute. My children will love making these.
    Thanku :)

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  • you can get the kids to put on a puppet show with these and then go and make dinner with the spoons lol


    • Ha Ha by the way I am cooking your spoon person ha ha lol

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  • Thanks for sharing this clever and creative idea; looks good and fun!

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  • great and cheap little idea.
    thanks for sharing this with the mums

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  • This looks great, but I can barely keep hold of a wooden spoon as it is.

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  • that is so pretty, easy and fun to make, thanks for sharing

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  • A good idea thanks for sharing

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  • If you don’t already have a wooden spoon to spare they are cheap enough to buy, great idea.

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  • A great craft idea. I like the thought of all the creative play with the finished spoon puppets too!

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