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From merry bands of marionettes to handfuls of finger puppets and other tiny performers, we have everything you need to stage a show-stopping puppet production.
Finger Fun:
Animal Finger Puppets
Batty Finger Puppets
Finger Puppet Stage
Paper Finger Puppets
Princess Pinky Puppet

Edible Entertainers:
Apple Dolls
Cookie Puppets
Sour Puss Puppet
Vegetable Puppets

Animals, Animals:
Jolly Jumper Frog
Big-Mouthed Bird
Flutter Bye
Paper Frog
Wooly Sheep

People Puppets and More:
Ballerina Puppets
Corn Husk Puppet
Stage Dinner Plate Portraits
Easy Rider Puppets
Good King Thumbkin Puppet
Juice Can Puppets
Little House Puppet
Little Red Riding Hood Mini Marionettes
Puppet Playhouse

Shadow Puppets
Sock Puppets
Wooden Spoon Puppets

Pig Puppet How-To
1. Glue pink construction paper to bottom of a pink bag to hide creases. 

2. Cut ears and snout from decorative paper in a rosy shade; glue in place. Add tiny construction-paper eyes and nostrils. 

3. Cut arms from pink construction paper; glue to front half of the bag's side pleats.

Dog Puppet How-To
1. Fold under lower corners of bag's flattened bottom and glue. 

2. Cut blaze and belly from white construction paper, ears and tail from brown, eyes and nose from black, and tongue from pink. 

3. Glue everything in place, securing tongue under face and tail to the back of bag.

Lion Puppet How-To
1. Cut the mane from construction paper. 

2. Slip bag's bottom into mane's opening to create face. Cut ears and arms from another bag; inner ears, eyes, nose, teeth, and claws from construction paper. 

3. Attach arms to front half of side pleats, ears and teeth under face

Tip: Glue tiny details, such as claws, onto larger pieces before you assemble your new puppet.




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Phone: 336-835-4344

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