Stick puppet crafts are the perfect projects for kids. They are easy and fast to make. Today I am bringing part of an earlier post back into Halloween season plus a few I absolutely love. Check them out!
Here is my little stick spider! And actually I am pretty terrified of spiders. Period. But this little guy….and look at those cute eyes?
So let’s make one together!! You only need a few materials and about 15 minutes.
Gather Your Materials
•Two 5” x 5” squares of black felt
•4 red pipe cleaners cut in half
•2 craft wiggly eyes
•One 4” diameter circle template (download the template HERE)
•A handful of cotton stuffing
•1 large popsicle stick
Place the two pieces of felt together on table and cut around the circle template to create two circles. Glue one end of the craft popsicle stick to the bottom inside of one of the felt circle. Place a little bit of cotton stuffing on top of the felt circle and place the other felt circle on top. Carefully glue the inside of the edges of felt circles together. Allow to dry and then punch four holes on each side of the circle for adding legs. Put the pipe cleaners through the eight holes and twist ends to secure. Glue the two craft wiggly eyes on and let dry. That’s it!
Little Spider is done!
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I also found a couple of adorable spider puppet crafts while browsing the internet. See them below:
1. Stick spider web with spider. Click HERE to see the post.
2. Toilet roll and felt stick spider. Kids will love this!! Click HERE to see the post!
3. This cutie is made with all craft paper (and wooden skewers) and nobody will be afraid of it. See how it’s made HERE.
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Super cute spiders! My daughter is doing a unit on spiders in school right now so this will be perfect for weekend crafting with her! Thanks for the ideas!
Yay, that is fantastic!! She will love this little spider! Thanks for visiting!
Oh my, this is way too cute 🙂
I hope you’ll link up your post with Idea Box:
Hey, thanks for visiting! Thanks for the invite as well!! I just linked up!
Thank you for linking up last week!
Your post has been featured 🙂
Awesome! Thank you so much!
Thanks for these a great. Halloween craft for my beaver scouts
Thank you for visiting!! Have fun crafting!!
Angela Maria says
It seems simple enough that I might be able to do it.
Thank you for sharing.
It’s super easy!! 😉 thanks for stopping by today!
Lou Lou Girls says
Cute! Pinned and tweeted. You always bring the most amazing creations to our party. Thank you! I hope to see you again, this Monday at 7 pm. It wouldn’t be a party without you! Lou Lou Girls
Nikki Frank-Hamilton says
These are great! LOL At least I won’t have to worry about walking through spider webs from these guys! I hate that, walking through a web, I’m sure the spider hates it too! Shared these on Facebook for my friends to make with their children, thanks for the DIY instructions.
Yes, these are the ONLY spider I will tolerate in my house! lol…thanks for visiting again Nikki!!
Sam // DIY Just Cuz says
Love this! I like that you kept a little of the stick out so you can play around with it, adorable…definitely something I’d want to try someday with my daughter. Thanks for sharing at Welcome Home Wednesday!
Morgan Gifford says
How cute and fun for kids! I’ll have to remember this!
The Rad Wife
Thank you, Morgan!!
Alli @ Tornadough Alli says
This is such a cute idea! My kids would love this! I can’t wait to make some holiday crafts with them soon! Thank you so much for sharing with us at #ThrowbackThursday, we hope that you will join us again this week!
Anne @ Domesblissity says
Hi Denise! Thanks so much for linking up to Thriving on Thursdays linky party. I’m hosting a Halloween round up post live on the blog tomorrow and your post will be featured. Thanks for your support.
Anne @ Domesblissity