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Ready-to-Leap Frog

If you have only minutes to spare, make this cute frog getup. Just add the eyes and neck detail to a sweat suit and you're ready to go!

What You Need:

Get hopping, it's Halloween!
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
  • 1/4 yard green felt
  • Fabric glue
  • Green hooded sweat suit, gloves, and swim fins
  • 2 table-tennis balls
  • Permanent black marking pen


1. Prepare neck. Cut nine 6-inch-long triangles from green felt. With narrow points down, glue around sweatshirt below hood. Let dry.

2. Prepare eyes. Cut two 4x7-inch pieces from felt. Align the center of one long edge with the center of a table-tennis ball. Shape and glue felt to ball at top and sides. Let dry.

3. Decorate eyes. Using the permanent marking pen, draw a dime-size dot in the middle of the uncovered section of each table-tennis ball. Draw a slanted 1-inch-long line through each dot.

4. Attach eyes. Glue the eyes to top of the hood. Let dry.


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