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Nativity Finger Puppets and Templates

Nativity Finger Puppets and Templates

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Published by Purple Cows, Inc.
Print out these adorable figures, laminate with your Purple Cows Laminator and you are ready to play!
Print out these adorable figures, laminate with your Purple Cows Laminator and you are ready to play!

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Published by: Purple Cows, Inc. on Dec 15, 2010
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a purple cows designer project by:
Paula Nelson-Hart
Nativity Finger Puppets
Purple Cows Smart Trimmer #1060Purple Cows Hot and Cold Laminator #3026 
Purple Cows Hot Pockets 11” x 17” #4080GlueArts GlueGlider Pro-PermaCardstockElastic or elastic cordingCrayons, markers, etc.
Step by Step:
Nativity Finger Puppets
by Paula Nelson-Hart
1. Print a copy of the Nativity template.2. If printing black and white, color each figure.3. Using Purple Cows Smart Trimmer and Freestyle Mouse, cut out each figure.4. Glue figures to cardstock and cut out again leaving a narrow border of cardstock around the drawing.Try using different colors for each puppet.5. Place each cardstock puppet in a hot pocket. I used a large pocket and placed all my little puppets inone--just make sure you leave some space in between each puppet.6. Send those cute little guys through the laminator.7. Using the Freestyle Mouse, cut out each puppet, leaving a scant border of lamination around the bor-der for a good seal.8. To make these into puppets you can glue a loop of elastic to the back,or try making a loop (cylinder)of cardstock. Cut cardstock strips 1” x 3”. Glue the right side of one short edge of the strip to the centerback of a puppet an 1/8” from the bottom edge. Roll the strip into a circle and glue the opposite shortedge overlapping the edge just glued to create a loop. These also work well with popsicle sticks forholders.Have fun!!
©Purple Cows Inc. 2009 For Personal Use Only Illustrations by Paula Nelson-HartPrintable Nativity Template

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