Mermaids` Makings

Halloweeny Yoghurt Pot Puppets

Here are some puppets made from empty yogurt pots. I made a couple of pumpkins and a ghost.. my daughter made a cute, cute little ghostie. I absolutely LOVE her puppet :)

After the paint was dry we played a game of the puppets visiting their spider friend and them all having fun bouncing in the spider’s web.

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Siin on jogurti topsi nukud. Kasutasime kahepoolset jogurti topsi.. neid milles suuremas osas on jogurt ja väiksemas kas moos või shokolaaditükid. Need topsid on nagu loodud käpiknukkudeks :) Mina tegin ühe kummituse (seda on lihtne teha, sest tops on valge- vaja ainult silmad ja suu maalida- joonistada) ja kaks kõrvitsat, tüdruk tegi värvilise kummituse. VÄGA lahe tuli tal see välja!

Niisiis järgmisel nädalal sööme ainult neid jogurteid, sest nädala lõpus tulevad tüdruku klassiõed kylla ja me plaanime koos nendega käpiknukke teha :)

Mänguks kasutasime mõned päevad tagasi tehtud ämblikut võrguga. Kõrvitsad ja kummitused läksid ämblikule külla ja nad lõbustasid ennast ämblikuvõrgus hüppamisega.

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Linked to: “The Sunday Showcase“, Monday Madness, “The Play Academy

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5 comments on “Halloweeny Yoghurt Pot Puppets

  1. Laura@art4littlehands
    October 17, 2011

    These are so fun and you can see on their faces how much fun the kids are having! Love it.

  2. Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
    October 16, 2011

    what a great recycling craft! and i love the bottle top spider too!!!

    Thanks for linking to the Sunday Showcase & sharing your creative fun! I hope to see you back this week – http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com/search/label/Sunday%20Showcase

    Bern

  3. Brooke
    October 15, 2011

    So clever and cute! Thanks for sharing on Monday Madness. I will be on the look out for containers like these.

  4. Katrin
    October 9, 2011

    :D Nii lahe!

  5. Kierna Corr
    October 9, 2011

    Once again, I love them – your ideas are so amazing yet child friendly. I love things that when it is obviuos the child made it themself.

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