$2 DIY sock puppets for dummies

You should know that if I'm posting a DIY project, it truly is DIY. I am quite craft-challenged.

It's possible to use an old sock for a puppet without adding a darn thing. It has the same creepy funny effect.

But, I'm going the extra two inches to demonstrate how to add the most important features on a puppet: mouth and eyes.

If you can't tell, my puppets are Frog and Toad, Arnold Lobel's famous friend duo.

DIY for dummies tip #1: Set your sights LOW. Frog and Toad don't even have hair, so I really only had to focus on their huge eyeballs. I added a red tongue for good measure.

Check out the gallery below to see how you can create DIY sock puppets for $2 (or free, if you already have the stuff).

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Tags: DIY, Frog and Toad, sock puppets

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