My daughter is obsessed with baby dolls.  She is so obsessed with receiving baby dolls as gifts, that she thinks that every present she receives (or anyone else for that matter) is going to contain a doll. Life can be disappointing sometimes. Especially when a prettily wrapped present does not contain a baby.

This is why I thought she'd get a kick out of this 5 minute craft that I whipped together during nap time.  What I put together was really intended to be a prototype, but it turned out cute enough, that I decided to just take pictures of it.

Peek-a-boo Puppet:
 paper
pen
clothespins
glue
markers
scissors
First, I sketched out a little present and a baby doll.  Behold my amazing drawing skills...
Next I cut them out and glued them to the clothespin:
 Easy Peasy!

When Jellybean got up from her nap and saw the little wrapped box she whispered, "Baby." When she saw that there was, in fact, a baby doll inside, she smiled and exclaimed, "My Turn!"

Success!

Have a Happy Day!

~MJ

Find more easy crafts, recipes and early reading resources @ www.ahappysong.com

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