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C is for Crafting: Cookie Monster Puppets!

Posted by Vickie Howell on June 6, 2010 at 10:01 PM in General CraftsParent/Child Collaboration
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This week we've teamed up with the folks at Sesame Street to bring you double the crafty goodness!  Your kiddos can make either no-sew or learn-to-sew versions of a basic, Cookie Monster puppet here at Craft Apparent then, let their fingers do the walking over to the Kid-tivity page of the Sesame Street website to draw their own Cookie Monster tote bag!  That's 1, 2, TWO cookie-tastic creations!

2 Pieces of Blue Craft Felt
Scraps of Black & Tan Craft Felt
Googly Eyes
Marking Pen

Learn-to-Sew Version Only:
Plastic Needle & Yarn 
Small Point Hole Punch 


No-Sew Cookie

  • Trace patterns on to appropriate colored felt.  Cut out 2 body pieces, 1 mouth and 1 cookie.
  • Glue around the outer edge of 1 body piece; lay 2nd body piece on top. 
  • Glue on mouth, googly eyes and cookie.
  • Cut out small pieces of black felt for chocolate chips; glue on to cookie.  Cut out small pieces of brown for crumbs, glue on to mouth.


Learn-to-Sew Cookie
Felt puppets are a great project to teach children the very basics of hand-sewing.  Here's how to use this same puppet pattern as a Stitching 101 tutorial for your kiddo!

  • Cut out pattern and pieces as for No-Sew version.

  • Holding BOTH body pieces together and using hole punch, make holes every 1/4" or so (and about 1/8" in from the edge) all the way around.
  • String a long piece of yarn onto a plastic yarn needle; knot the end.  Show your child how to come up through the 1st hole of the two body pieces and down through the 2nd hole to make their first stitch.  Then, have them repeat that stitch all the way around the puppet.  Once puppet is completely sewn together, knot yarn and cut off.

  • Glue cookie, eyes, mouth, chocolate chips and crumbs as for No-Sew Version.

Place puppet on your hand and exclaim, "C is for crafting and that's good enough for me!"  



Lauren writes...

I love this idea so much - I'll be sure to try it the next time I babysit!

Monica writes...

How cute! I'm going to make this for my little nieces.

Great puppets - I think Cookie Monster is everyones favourite!

Terri writes...

This is awesome - thanks for posting! I'm hosting a Birthday Party for Cookie Monster as an event for my Moms Club next week and this will definitely be our Cookie Monster craft! I bought the stuff today!

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