Scooby Doo Craft Projects

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Scooby Doo Craft Projects
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Scooby Doo is a beloved cartoon character who was first featured on television in 1969. The comical talking dog works with his friends, Fred, Daphne, Velma and Shaggy, to solve mysteries Scooby appeared in cartoons and then in live-action films in 2002 and 2004. This popular character is enjoyed by many and can inspire various crafts and activities.

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Finger Puppets

Sketch a general outline of the characters on felt with a fine tip maker. For the human characters, use a cream or peach coloured felt and make the shape to fit the finger. Decorate it for a particular character with the colour of felt of their typical outfit. Fred always wears white, Shaggy green, Velma an orange turtle neck and glasses and Daphne a purple shirt and a headband. Add hair to the puppets by gluing yarn to the top of the puppet. Use light brown yarn for Shaggy's hair, dark brown yarn for Velma's hair, reddish yarn for Daphne's hair and yellow yarn for Fred's hair. Use brown felt for the Scooby puppet. Using hot glue, add a piece to the back so it will slide over the finger like a ring.

Mystery Machine Van

Using a picture of a van as a guide, use a marker to draw the necessary pieces on cardboard. Cut the pieces out and glue them together. After letting the glue dry, paint the van using the paint scheme from the Mystery Machine. The van is light blue with a pea green area on each side. The "The Mystery Machine" appear in the green area in groovy orange letters.

Scooby Mask

Print out a picture of Scooby's face and glue it to a paper plate or draw a picture of Scooby on the plate with markers. Cut two small pieces of brown construction paper and glue them to the paper plate to serve as Scooby's small ears. Attach elastic to the plate with a stapler so it will fit around the head.

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