Easy and Fun Halloween Craft: No-Sew Ghost Hand Puppet
This no-sew ghost hand puppet is very easy to make, and it has been a huge hit with my kids and their friends! It makes a fun quick and easy Halloween craft, and it is a wonderful storytelling tool as well. Pair it with the picture book Five Little Ghosts for a fun preschool or toddler activity!
- 1 white glove (I bought a pair for $1 at Michaels; I’ve also seen sets of 2 pairs for $1 in the junior section of Target)
- black felt
- craft glue (not needed if you buy the adhesive-backed felt that I linked to above)
- Cut ten small black circles and five slightly larger black ovals out of black felt. The circles will be the ghosts’ eyes, and the ovals will be their mouths. My “circles” were actually squares and rectangles with the corners trimmed off.
- Glue the circles and ovals on using craft glue. I found it was easiest to put a small amount of craft glue on a dish and to apply it to the small felt pieces using a toothpick.
- Let dry and enjoy. Our adult-sized stretchy gloves were small enough that Emma could get her fingers far enough into the glove to use this as a puppet.
If you can’t track down a copy of Five Little Ghosts, I found two different “Five Little Ghosts” rhymes that could be used with this puppet here and here. We will turn the other glove to turn into snowmen in a couple months.
Do you have an easy and fun Halloween activity that my kids would enjoy? Please let me know by leaving a link or message on my Facebook Page!