Did it take over your kids like it did mine? I have two little girls obsessed with everything Frozen. The soundtrack plays non-stop on the CD player and in the car. Everyone likes to sing along whether they admit to it or not…even the big kids!
I am pretty sure I am not alone. So, it was only fitting that I decided to make my girls some Frozen Finger Puppets.
I had some major help from my youngest. She made sure that everything was EXACTLY like it should be. She was, and is still not totally convinced that Hans is right…haha! The first time I showed her Hans, she didn’t think his hair was the right color. I had to search for the correct hair color and it is still not totally correct…but it is the best we are going to be able to do with the felt colors that were available! She was taking this VERY serious!
So…even though they don’t have mouths (which was another “observation” by my cute neice pictured above) and Kristoff’s outfit is “weird” they have finally passed the test enough to be shared here with you! Sheesh! But…even with all the things not exactly right…they LOVE them.
Finger Puppets are a great activity that allows kids to use their imaginations. They are perfect for quiet play at church or while waiting at a restaurant or for a doctor’s appointment. I LOVE that they are totally unique and handmade…two great qualities when you are looking for a great gift idea for your kids, grand kids and friends.
These patterns are for your own personal use and are not to be resold or redistributed. I would appreciate it if you would not share them with others, sell them, or use them for anything other than your own personal use. I put a lot of time and effort into making these and would like to believe that most people would be respectful of copyright laws. If you would send friends and family HERE, to my site, rather than sharing the patterns with them.
If you see these for sale or being offered on any other sites, I would appreciate you letting me know. Unfortunately there are always a few people who have to be dishonest and steal things that aren’t rightfully theirs.
I shared my Olaf Finger Puppet earlier this year in February as a free Printable Puppet Pattern. The Olaf Finger Puppet Patterns will need to be downloaded separately.
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If you have been following along with me here at The Idea Room, you may be familiar with some of the other Finger Puppet Patterns I have made and shared in the past. Some of you may have actually made some for your own family and friends.
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