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Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Starr sock puppet

This is Starr, she is my second go at making a sock puppet.  These are for NZ teachers who go to India to teach children.  They use puppets to communicate.

For her hair I used a hair tie that looked wild with ribbon and stars - love it. Wouldn't you like to have sparkly stars in your hair?    Instead of a pink or red conventional inside mouth I used green and blue to continue a fantasy type look.

Shared on challenges:
pinspirational-challenge-225-trysomethingdifferent (using a hair-tie for hair)  Top3
cupcakeinspirations-455
cardsgalorechallenges-october-anything-goes-56
stinkininkers-the-eyes-have-it

8 comments:

crafty-stamper said...

This is brilliant Carol a great sock puppet and for a good cause too-love those eyelashes and you don't have sparly stars in your hair tut tut --I have had some great hairstyles when my grandaughters were little good job no photographic evidence lol-saying that those are the good memories to remember
Carol x

AO Creations said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at PINspirational, good luck!!! Amy DT

kiwimeskreations said...

What a sweetie - love that hair decoration!! I am sure my grand daughter would love one like that!
Blessings
Maxine

Dawn T said...

very cleverly done Carol. Such a great idea.

Carole J said...

How wonderful - I love your sock puppet! Thank you for sharing your project with us at the Crafts Galore Encore “Anything Goes” October Challenge. Good Luck and hope to see you again next month!
Carole x DT

Stinkin' Inkers said...

Oh my goodness, what an adorable puppet. Love the hair and eyes. Thank you for joining the Stinkin' Inkers "The Eyes Have It" challenge.

Deanne Saunders said...

Sweet!!! Love her hair!!!! Thanks so much for participating in our {PIN}SPIRATIONAL challenge. Hope you participate in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper

Indy's Designs said...

Oh goodness, this is such a delightful puppet! Thanks for sharing with us at Cupcake Inspirations!
Hugs, Debbie