This site is dedicated to my puppets.
I have made 80 so far and expect to make many more.
All of my backgrounds were created with Paint Shop Pro 7.
I hope you enjoy my work!

*Note: I will not make you a copyrighted character. Replicas of existing puppets will vary in fabric and not be identical to the original. Most novelty puppets not for sale.*

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Piranha Plants

Snap, Chomp, and Nosh. Numbers 57, 58, and 59. These were inspired by this toilet paper cover and Nintendo(R).
Since this character is owned by Nintendo, *this is not for sale*

Sunday, December 13, 2009


Number 7. made for my friend's birthday. I finally got to see my friend so I could give Luna an extreme makeover and take her picture. I lost the original picture. Background courtesy of my mother.

Friday, September 25, 2009


made for a little girl's third birthday. number 56


Number 55! my students told me he looks like Elmo...hmm.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

I made an "instructable"!

I was not the first person to make this puppet. Maybe the first to make a pattern for it?

simple marionette - More DIY How To Projects

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Good Granny

number 54. Representing the Super Ego for a psychology professor.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Devil Baby

Number 53. created for Psychology professor to represent the Id.


52 hand puppet prototype.

Gene Puppets

50 and 51 Recessive (Eugene) and Dominant(Gene). Created for a Psychology professor.

Grubby the Caterpillar

Number 49, prototype. Named by my lovely students


Number 48, the wearable puppet. My daughter is a great model


Number 47. This was requested by my friend who made Sally. No, I will not make one of these for you, so please don't ask. I do not own the rights to this character, it was created by Tim Burton

Friday, June 5, 2009

My first puppet class

Here are the puppets made by my wonderful students over the past few months.

Francis, Spot the Dog made by an 11 year old girl

Rebbecca, and Jessica the Dog made by a 9 year old girl

Sally from Nightmare before Christmas made by a mom. *This is one of a kind, I will not make it so please don't ask.*

Oscar the Dog

Number 46. Dog prototype
No, he is not named after Oscar the Grouch. Have you heard of Felix the cat? Have you heard of the Odd couple (Felix and Oscar)? So now you know. Not my best work, but I had to create a new pattern for my class.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Grumpy Gus

Number 45. At first I wasn't sure I wanted to make such a scary character, but he just might be my new favorite. *NEW FEATURES* He has fingers and his nose is not a separate piece, none of my other puppets were made like this. May be featured in Super Sized Problems a story by Alex LaMont if I ever finish my adaptation.

note: my young daughter pulled out a lot of his hair, she really loves this guy.