In March, it’s time to think of new ideas for frozen foods featuring celery while crafting daffodils out of umbrellas.
In February, it’s time to kick back for the Big Game with some cherries and tortilla chips after you checked out a few black history books from your local library that you love.
Here’s a list of links to sock puppet posts from around the web. Click on either the image or title to check them out.
Did you know that January gets its name from the Roman god Janus? He’s the god with two heads. One can see into the past and the other sees into the future! That’s perfect for January, since it comes between the past year and the new one.
When I make my puppets that use foam, I prefer to use contact cement rather than a glue gun.
Here is a quick tutorial on using contact cement when making or building a puppet. I also show how to get the contact cement from the can into a squeeze bottle without making a huge mess. Following the video, I share my tips that I’ve learned that have made my life easier and saves money!
I love searching the web to see the wide variety of creativity in puppets and puppetry styles. Here’s a list of 10 links to 31 free felt hand puppet patterns that include instructions as well.
Welcome to The Tucson Puppet Lady blog!
Puppets aren’t just for kids and I want to share the fun of playing of puppets with the young and the young at heart!
In this blog I plan to:
- Share puppet making tips from others and myself
- Announce any puppet events that are happening in Tucson
- Post any new news about puppets from around the country or the world
- Keep you up to date with any classes, performances and workshops
The website is a work in progress, just like in life, keep checking back for all of the new additions!