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This sock puppet makes sound when you open its mouth. It is a quick project for a rainy day and is a great way to use up old musical cards instead of ...
You will need: A card with musical/sound chip Scissors Hot Glue Needle and Thread Felt Sock Buttons (optional)
Open the card to reveal the circuit board, speaker, and switch. Cut along the card fold around the board and mechanism to make a mouth shape. Detach...
Cut two pieces of felt, one for each side of the mouth. These two pieces will add some padding and protect the circuit. Cut a slit up in one of the f...
Cut off the end of your sock (in this case I had a knee sock so I cut off the foot part and just used the long end). Then cut a slit in the sides to m...
Insert your felt mouth piece into the sock body and sew in place. I folded over the edges so that the sock fabric would keep from unraveling. Add the...
Use felt, buttons, or thread to add some fun facial features and make your puppet unique.
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