Today I have some adorable Penguin Finger Puppets to share with you all, made by my talented friend Kate from Crafts on Sea
I keep meaning to get more adventurous and try a few sewing projects, as it’s not a form of crafting I’m so confident in but this simple project looks like a great option for beginners like me and makes a fun toy for your children to keep and play with once you’re done with the craft!
Here’s how to make the penguin finger puppets
What you will need:
- Felt in White, Orange and Black
- Googly Eyes
- Fabric Scissors
- Needle and thread
- Super glue
You can see each step in more detail here if you need further guidance.
If you have more time, you could make five and then use them for some fun finger play and rhyming songs with your child. This 5 little penguins song is fun for counting and early subtraction skills
You could also adjust the colours and make a rainbow of penguins to use for colour matching activities – the possibilities are endless.
Kate also has some other fun finger puppet designs on her blog, so you could make a whole collection!
See her Despicable Me Minion finger puppets design here
And her owl finger puppet design here
I hope that these have given you some crafty inspiration and that you enjoy making these. If you do make some, let me know how you get on and even share some pictures over over on our Facebook wall
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Anna Marikar, mum of four and seasoned blogger, has spent over a decade sharing her parenting journey and passion for kid-friendly crafts and free printables.
Her easy-to-follow craft ideas and practical parenting advice have transformed In The Playroom into a cherished resource for parents.