Thanksgiving Finger Puppets
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Thanksgiving Finger Puppets

These darling finger puppets are actually meant to be cut from paper and assembled. I wanted to make these for my son but needed to find a way to make them more durable.




I turned them into fabric finger puppets by filling in the designs and printing them on printable heat transfer material. After sewing the puppet bases together I simply ironed on the designs.




Not only are these finger puppets toddler proof, but they’ll be easy to put away to use for years to come.


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Hi there, I’m Analisa! I love to travel and explore new places along with my husband and son. When we’re not on the go I’m happily crafting. I’ve been a crafter for as long as I can remember. When I was younger I collected every craft kit I could get my hands on. Not much has changed. I love my Silhouette because it such a versatile instrument for creating. I can stencil fabric with one project, then create stickers for my son with the next. I love experimenting with all it can do.


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  1. You are so clever. I like these finger puppets, but last year when I was making them – well, my grandma eyes & fingers don’t do well with little paper pieces anymore, even with the pickup tool. A family member asked me to make more this year – ahh, you have saved me. Thanks and have a great Thanksgiving Analisa!

    1. Thanks Robyn, you’re too sweet 🙂 I’m so glad you’ll still be able to make them for your family. I’m sure they’ll enjoy them! Happy Thanksgiving to you too!

  2. Very cute Analisa…would love to make some similar ones for Christmas for my little nephew!

    1. I saw the Santa & Mrs design too…adorable! I bet all the kids love getting fun stuff from you. You’re always sharing such gorgeous projects Annie!

  3. These are adorable! It’s a perfect use for the printable heat transfer material (which I have yet to use). Love this idea.

  4. You always have the COOLEST projects. So smart!! Will you adopt me?

  5. These are too cute! They would be fun on garden gloves, too.

  6. Such a great project! What a clever idea to use heat transfer material for durability.

  7. Such a cute idea. I am going to make these for my childcare center. The children will love them. Thanks!!!!

  8. Thanks for the cute idea! I am just getting used to my machine! I will have to try this!

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