Paper Bag Baby Yoda Puppet

Paper Bag Baby Yoda Puppet

Updated 6/22/22

Paper Bag Baby Yoda Puppet
Paper Bag Baby Yoda Puppet

"If you're looking for an activity to transport you to a galaxy far, far away, this is the craft for you! Introducing our Paper Bag Baby Yoda Puppet. This little guy has stolen our hearts because he is just so cute! Kids and adults just can't get enough of Baby Yoda. If your kids love him as much as we do, you have to craft this puppet. The best part is that it comes with a template that makes tracing and cutting out pieces a whole lot easier. Check it out!"

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • Construction paper
  • Sharpie
  • Paper bag
  • Craft glue
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Select brown, green and pink colored craft papers for the baby Yoda paper bag puppet. Trace and cut out the head and hand patterns on the green paper, trace the inner ear parts on pink paper, trace the sleeve and collar patterns on brown paper and cut out the eyes directly from the template.

  2. Attach the inner ear cutouts on the ear parts of the head pattern.

  3. Attach the eye cutouts on the head. Use a sharpie to draw the nose and mouth-line of the baby Yoda papercraft pattern.

  4. Attach the collar cutout along the bottom side of the head pattern.

  5. Select your paper bag and cut out a piece from the brown paper to cover a side of the paper bag.

  6. Attach the prepared paper on either side of the paper bag, which will be the front side of the paper bag puppet. Attach the hand cutouts with the sleeve cutouts.

  7. Attach the arm patterns on both sides (left and right) of the paper bag.

  8. Attach the head pattern on the bottom side of the paper bag and then flatten the head with the front side of the paper bag puppet figure.

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