Papercraft Hulk Puppet

“Hulk Smash!” is my little boy’s favorite quote by Hulk when he’s trying to jump off of the couch. Even though it makes me nervous each time he does it when I turn around, it makes me so happy to see that he has so much fun playing as his favorite superhero. Because of how much he loves The Hulk, I decided to create this really fun Papercraft Hulk Puppet that he can make! 

Maybe he will enjoy playing with it so much that he will be less inclined to jump off of our couch. 

Papercraft Hulk Puppet

Hulk puppet in white and green background

Even though we have so much fun crafting, sometimes we really like to do something that involves words and letters. We’ve always enjoyed this Free Superhero Word Search Printable and this Free Superhero Word Scramble Printable. It’s great practice and super fun! 

And when we want to have even more fun with superheroes, we pull out this adorable Captain America Papercraft

When we make both papercrafts, we have a blast playing and fighting crime together! 

Try making this Papercraft Hulk Puppet with me. It’s going to be so much fun to create and play with!  

How to make Papercraft Hulk Puppet

Hulk puppet in white and green background

Supplies

materials for Hulk puppet in white background

How to Make a Papercraft Hulk Puppet 

parts of the Hulk puppet
  • Select green, black and purple colored papers. Trace the head, arms and body base patterns on the green paper, trace the hair pattern on black paper and trace the pant pattern on purple paper. Cut out the traced patterns.
pants attached to the body
  • Attach the pant cutout on the body base cutout, aligning it with the legs parts.
hair added to the head part
  • Cut a slit along the zigzag line inside the hair pattern.
  • Slide the top side of the head cutout from under the slit and keep the top part of the hair to the front side. Apply glue to fix their position.
head with eyes, nose, mouth
  • Use a black sharpie to draw the eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth of the hulk papercraft.
Head attached to the body
  • Attach the head pattern on the top side of the body base.
hulk puppet in white background
  • Attach the arm cutouts on both sides of the body base to complete the Hulk papercraft figure.

Tips and Tricks

  • Reuse the pattern outline. This is a great way to make sure you have the perfect craft on hand when they want to make it again. Just store the pattern outline to use it again!
  • Use a popsicle stick to make the puppet for a younger kid. Younger kids sometimes have an easier time playing with a puppet if their little hands have a better handle.  

More Fun With Hulk!

I absolutely love making these papercraft puppets, but sometimes when my kids get so excited, they need something a little more durable to play with in the long run. I really love this Playskool Hulk Collectible for the younger kids. 

I also really love this Avengers Marvel Endgame Hulk for the bigger kids. They love that he is different and from one of the best Avenger movies! 

And if your kids want everything Hulk, grab this Incredible Hulk T-Shirt . It will surely be his favorite shirt in no time! 

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Papercraft Hulk Puppet

Papercraft Hulk Puppet

“Hulk Smash!” is my little boy’s favorite quote by Hulk when he’s trying to jump off of the couch. Even though it makes me nervous each time he does it when I turn around, it makes me so happy to see that he has so much fun playing as his favorite superhero. Because of how much he loves The Hulk, I decided to create this really fun Papercraft Hulk Puppet that he can make! 

Materials

  • Colored Craft Papers
  • Craft Glue
  • Sharpie
  • Pencil
  • Scissors

Instructions

  • Select green, black and purple colored papers. Trace the head, arms and body base patterns on the green paper, trace the hair pattern on black paper and trace the pant pattern on purple paper. Cut out the traced patterns.
  • Attach the pant cutout on the body base cutout, aligning it with the legs parts.
  • Cut a slit along the zigzag line inside the hair pattern.
  • Slide the top side of the head cutout from under the slit and keep the top part of the hair to the front side. Apply glue to fix their position.
  • Use a black sharpie to draw the eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth of the hulk papercraft.
  • Attach the head pattern on the top side of the body base.
  • Attach the arm cutouts on both sides of the body base to complete the Hulk papercraft figure.

Notes

  • Reuse the pattern outline. This is a great way to make sure you have the perfect craft on hand when they want to make it again. Just store the pattern outline to use it again!
  • Use a popsicle stick to make the puppet for a younger kid. Younger kids sometimes have an easier time playing with a puppet if their little hands have a better handle.  

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