Monday, January 3, 2011

Finger Puppets

I mentioned in my previous post I made some finger puppets for Lillie. I got the pattern from Amy @ the Idea Room. They are super easy and fun to make. I love them, and so does Lillie.



They are perfect to have in Lillie's church bag.  The only down side is that she loves to bite the eyes.  I let her play with them for 5 minutes and the next thing I know, the eyes are all bent and crazy looking.  I think I will be supervising the play time a little more closely until she stops her biting.  (She gets it from her dad.  He was a biter as a kid.  My mother in law has told me stories of holes in car seats and bite marks everywhere because of my husband.  I am just hoping she grows out of this stage soon.)

Well, they were cute for a while.  The good news is that it was really inexpensive to make and really easy, so I can just replace the ones that are beyond repair. 
Kids.  sheesh.
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9 comments:

Katie's Nesting Spot said...

How sweet are those! I love that you made such a big variety of designs.

Kalleen at Second Street said...

I've been wanting to make some myself. You did a great job.
Good luck with Crafting with the Stars.
Kalleen

Elizabeth said...

I found you through the Handmade Link Party.

Those are so detailed and very cute! Once I made a really cute felt busy book for my kids, but I put so much time and effort in it that I wouldn't let them play with it. Isn't that silly? At least you are letting your crafts be played with, like they were meant to be!

Islandalli said...

Very cute and it looks like they will take a lot of loving. Thanks!

Louisa said...

What fun puppets!

Suertemom said...

so cute! This is something my girls can try doing. I'm following back. Thanks!

Bobbi said...

ADORABLE! I love them. I am now following from http://datssocute.blogspot.com. Hope you'll swing by and check it out! BJ

Emily and Jaime at Everyday Art said...

So adorable! I love how cute they are. :) Thanks for sharing.
-Jaime

carla said...

Very nice! A couple of years ago I made several animal finger puppets for our grandsons.

I still have in mind to make some to go with some of their favorite books (like Cat in the Hat, etc.).