DIY: US Candidate Puppets

Finally you don’t have to shout at your TV anymore during Presidential Candidate debates. Get interactive and become the one who pulls the strings behind them. Or put a completely new twist to political education of your kids: Politics at your finger tips.

Anyway, at Fold US Candidate you can download PDF templates for finger puppets of the US Presidential candidates. Cut, fold, glue them together and you can hold your own presidential debates.

Adi, the creator of the templates is looking for photos or videos of your “debates” to showcase them on his site.


Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to Fold US Candidate web site









Tip: Might work best with Dubya in the background and Optimus Prime and/or ReadyMechs participating in the discussions.


info via: Swissmiss

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