Penguin Finger Puppets

penguin finger puppets

Once in a while I like to share something fantastic of my own.  These adorable penguin puppets can be duplicated with a free printable penguin finger puppets pattern downloaded on Google docs.  *note: I made the above finger puppets (not my children).

Easy instructions: Trace penguin puppet pattern pieces on felt.  Cut out the felt pieces and glue with a low-temp glue gun (adult supervision please!).  The wings and feet are glued in-between the body pieces.  Only glue the top and side edges of the body so a little finger can fit inside!  Don't forget the googly eyes!!

Here are some penguin books to go along with the penguin finger puppets.  You could pair a puppet and book together for a fun kid birthday gift!

Augustine A Penguin StoryLost and Found


**linked to:
Sew Can Do, Somewhat Simple, Childmade, Local Fun For Kids, Funky PolkaDot Giraffe, Raising Memories, My Delicious Ambiguity, Skip To My Lou

**featured on:
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Love and Lollipops said...

More penguin cuteness!! Thank you for sharing!!

LocalFunForKids said...

I love how simple and cute these are. You should come link up at Fun for Kids Friday @

Unknown said...

Those are adorable!!! How cute!

I'd love to have you join in on my For the Kids Friday Link Party. Come and see all of the fun we're having!

Unknown said...

We love love love your craft ideas -- especially these little guys! We had to share them at our blog. Thanks for making such amazing stuff!


Anonymous said...

These finger puppets are so cute! I bet my son would love them! I have a party going on over at my blog if you want to join! I'd love to have you! Check it out under the "Stache Party" page on my blog:

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Love this idea! Hope you'll link it up to our first Blog Hop- "Crafts for Under Twenty-Somethings"- a linky party specifically for all things kids and teens! Your ideas are perfect!!


Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing. My kids enjoyed making them.