Papercraft Hulk Puppet

Papercraft Hulk Puppet

Updated 5/19/22

Papercraft Hulk Puppet
Papercraft Hulk Puppet

""Hulk, SMASH!" Grab your little superheroes and run to Frosting and Glue to try our Papercraft Hulk Puppet! This adorable, yet ferocious Hulk craft is so fun to make! And guess what: you probably already have all the supplies at home. You just need some construction paper, glue stick, pencil, sharpie, and scissors. Our free template makes it so much easier to trace and cut out pieces! Get more creative and add a popsicle stick to the back. Try it now!"

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • Colored Craft Papers
  • Craft Glue
  • Sharpie
  • Pencil
  • Scissors


  1. Select green, black and purple colored papers. Trace the head, arms and body base patterns on the green paper, trace the hair pattern on black paper and trace the pant pattern on purple paper. Cut out the traced patterns.

  2. Attach the pant cutout on the body base cutout, aligning it with the legs parts.

  3. Cut a slit along the zigzag line inside the hair pattern.

  4. Slide the top side of the head cutout from under the slit and keep the top part of the hair to the front side. Apply glue to fix their position.

  5. Use a black sharpie to draw the eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth of the hulk papercraft.

  6. Attach the head pattern on the top side of the body base.

  7. Attach the arm cutouts on both sides of the body base to complete the Hulk papercraft figure.

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