Wooden spoon crafts for kids
Mar 04, 2014
Simple puppets made from spoons
From baby dolls to monsters, a simple wooden spoon can become so much more! Help your child transform a plain wooden spoon into a fun craft with endless possibilities.
Monster spoon puppets
Paint all sides of the wooden spoon with craft paint and set the spoon aside to dry.
Cut a piece of crepe paper that is 12-inches long. Fold the crepe paper in an accordion fold to make a fan shape, then glue the paper to the back of the wooden spoon.
Glue googly eyes to the spoon and use a marker to add a smile.
Wrap a pipe cleaner around the handle of the spoon. Bend the pipe cleaner to make arms for the monster.
Wooden spoon dolls
Cut a piece of felt that is wider at the bottom than it is at the top. Glue the top part of the felt around the handle of the spoon to make the doll's dress.
Cut multiple pieces of yarn that are 6-8 inches long. Use another small piece of yarn to tie the strands together at the middle. Glue the bundle of strands to the top of the spoon doll's head.
Use markers to draw a face on the spoon doll.
Wooden spoon flowers
Glitter craft foam
Green craft foam
Paint the flat part of the wooden spoon with the yellow paint, then set it aside to dry.
Paint the handle of the wooden spoon with the green paint.
Cut out a flower shape from the glitter craft foam that is larger than the spoon.
Glue the flower shape, glitter side up to the back of the wooden spoon.
Cut a leaf shape from the green craft foam and glue it to the stem of the flower.
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