This Wonder Park Boomer Puppet is a fun and easy craft to make before or after watching the fun animated film, Wonder Park.
My craft cabinets are filled at all times, sometimes overflowing with paper, paints, pipe cleaners, bags, you name it I probably have it. So when I saw the preview for the new Wonder Park movie, I knew I had to create something fun. That’s when my white lunch sacks came in handy.
This craft is super easy, you’ll have a blast creating it with your family.
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How to make my Wonder Park Boomer Puppet:
- white paper bags
- blue, tan and brown craft paints
- black and white puffy paint
- paint brushes
Lay out a few pieces of scrap paper and paint the paper bag blue (the bottom will actually be the top of the puppet).
Carefully cut out a large round mouth area, a medium sized round nose, two large half circles for ears and 2 medium sized half circles for the inside of the ears.
Paint each piece as shown: Large round mouth area tan, medium sized round nose brown, large half circle ears blue and medium half circle ears tan and let dry.
Glue the painted facial features onto the correct spots.
Use the white and black puffy paint to draw the eyes onto Boomer.
Have you seen Wonder Park yet? Tell me about your favorite part in the comment section below.