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DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets

These beautiful DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets are super easy, really inexpensive, and of course, fun for all ages!

Materials:

  • Recycled cardboard
  • Sharpie
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun + glue sticks
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Paint
  • Small sponge brush
  • Sequins
  • Raindrop-shaped Sticker rhinestones
  • Googly eyes
DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets Materials

How to:

Step 1: Use a piece of recycled cardboard to trace the handprints. We used a top flap of a cardboard box. Use a sharpie to trace the handprints and the scissors to cut them out.

DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets Step 1

Step 2: Use the acrylic paint and sponge brush to paint the cut outs. I used Folk Art Acrylic Pants. Allow to fully dry before going to the next step.

DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets Step 2

Step 3: Decorate your DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets. Start by choosing the color sequins and raindrop-shaped sticker rhinestones you want to use. Using the hot glue gun, start gluing on the sequins to the fingers of the handprints. There is no proper way to do this, and every fishy will be unique. This is what makes this project so fun! Just be careful not to burn your fingers with the hot glue.

DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets Step 3

Step 4: Stick on the Raindrop-shaped rhinestones to resemble lips and attach the googly eye. Using the glue gun, attach the popsicle stick to the back of the completed fish and let the puppet show begin!

DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets Step 4

Now time to enjoy and play with your DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets!

DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets Finished product!
Be sure to tag us on Instagram @plumnyc and @the_neu_company if you make these DIY Sparkling Rainbow Fish Handprint Puppets!


About the Creator!

I’m Mandy, the founder and creative designer behind The Neu Co. I love my family, holidays and celebrations, crafting, and kid’s fashion. Born and raised in Missouri, I am married with two kiddos. They are the reason I created my small shop. I love creating trendy designs with a deeper meaning.

In my free time, we are crafting or whipping up some yummy desserts. I’m a shameless Netflix, Starbucks, and Target addict. My goal is to spread love and happiness through my work and share wonderful memories with everyone.

You can check out my Instagram @the_neu_company for more craft inspo and plenty of fun designs with trendy themes!


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