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While babysitting today we decided we wanted to make some Yo Gabba Gabba finger puppets to play with! It took awhile to make all of them but you can just choose your kiddos favorite character to make if you don't have much time. I think these would be a super cheap craft for kids to make at a birthday party or just for fun. All you need is construction paper, markers, and glue! All puppets were made by rolling paper and gluing them together. Just measure how big your child's finger is first before gluing. Have fun :)
Muno is easy to make you just roll some red construction paper to make the body! Then glue a white circle for the eye and two white pieces of paper for his teeth.
Plex is a more complex character to make because you have to make him look like a robot. I just rolled a yellow construction piece of paper and glued a little square on top of it for the face. Add the red dot on his head and arms to complete it.
For Brobee I colored a piece of white paper with light green marker then used a darker green color for the stripes. Cut out a red mouth and add the uni brow!
Toodee has two different shades of blue so I started with a white piece of paper and colored the stomach and whiskers with a light blue crayon first. Then I colored around it dark blue with a marker. Add some ears and his nose/smile!
Foofa is sooo cute! The head was a challenge so I cut out a circle and a little extra on top to attach the pretty flower. Draw some eyelashes and the rings around her neck too!
That's it! Here is the Yo Gabba Gabba gang, finger puppet style! ;) The little boy wanted to knock them over with his Disney planes toy haha!
Here is my little 3 year old friend who insisted on taking them for a walk outside with her doll stroller, too cute!
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