I warned you guys last week (when I made little fairy dolls from pipecleaners) that there would be more fairy crafts coming to the blog. It turns out that Lu's asked for a fairy birthday party, and one of the crafts she wanted to go at her birthday party was to make fairy and elf puppets. She wanted a boy fairy/elf to go with the girl fairy puppets that we made earlier this year.
At the party the kids will get to color the puppets in themselves. The template has wings drawn in, so you can make this guy either have wings...or not! (Just simply cut them off if you don't want them like I did here). And of course....I have the puppet templates for you guys here on the blog today too!
Just like the girl puppets, this little boy's limbs are held together with brad fasteners, and then attached to a dowel to turn them into a puppet.
He's a cutie! Who's ready to make him?
What you'll need:
- Boy Elf/Fairy Template (or download it from the image at the bottom of this post)
- Girl Fairy Template
- 1/2 inch brass paper fasteners (also called brads)
- Dowel and tape for attaching to the bottom of the puppet
Start by printing out the template:
I hope you enjoy this little free printable! If you make your own puppets I'd love to see them! Tag me on instagram!
Have a great week everyone! We'll be party planning over here!