Preschooler Monster Stick Puppet Craft…

Preschooler Monster Stick Puppet Craft…

This month as part of my year as a Bostik Blogger we were sent a monsters themed box. Last month was all about back to school and Alice made a pencil pot.

With Alice back at school, Holly was my side kick with this craft. She loves doing crafts and now she is a bit older we sit together and she copies what I am doing, but likes to do it on her own. She is little Miss Independent.

How to make a Monster Stick Puppet

Materials you will need…

  • Cupcake cases
  • Lolly sticks (they don’t have to be coloured ones like mine)
  • Strong paper or card
  • Coloured paper
  • Googly eyes
  • Bostik Fine & Wide Glu Pen
  • Scissors
  • Bostik Glu Dots

Step by step guide…

1. Flatten the cupcake cases and stick to your strong paper or card. This is to make them stronger and not as flimsy. Then cut them out.


2. Using your coloured paper, cut out the eyes, arms and legs. I folded the legs and arms and then using my Bostik Fine Wide & Glu Pen stuck them onto the cupcake case.


3. Next cut out a mouth using your coloured paper and stick onto the cupcake case. Along with a googly eye.

4. Take a Bostik Glu Dot and stick on one end of your lolly stick. Then stick the lolly stick to the bottom of the cupcake case.

5. And you are finished. Let your Monster Puppets dry and then start having fun with them and put on a puppet show.



Disclosure: I am a Bostik blogger for 2017 and these items were sent to me for the purpose of this blog post.



  1. 08/09/2017 / 14:33

    This is such a fun idea – my daughter would love making these. Thank you for the inspiration 🙂

  2. 08/09/2017 / 15:21

    Awesome! I love puppet craft, am always doing it with my sisters two little kids!

  3. 08/09/2017 / 17:26

    These are really lovely – Sophie would love to make one of these with me 🙂 x

  4. 08/09/2017 / 18:25

    This is such a lovely idea – off to pin this to make with my girl!

  5. 09/09/2017 / 13:32

    Ahh this is so sweet!! Mine love anything to do with monsters and especially anything that involves gluing and cutting! Super cute idea!

  6. 09/09/2017 / 21:29

    This is fun! One of the things I feel guilty about is that I never so crafts with my boy but this seems like a good entry level one.

  7. 10/09/2017 / 13:11

    How cute are these. Will be doing this with my pre-schoolers for sure

  8. 10/09/2017 / 16:16

    These are brilliant Laura! I bet the girls had fun putting on a puppet show for you as well as making them!

  9. 10/09/2017 / 20:05

    I’d love to be a Bostik Blogger! What great creations too! Love the monster faces

  10. 11/09/2017 / 09:58

    Great fun! Great toddler craft for them to do, not too tricky to achieve

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