I’ve got another set of fortune tellers to share with you! I made quite a few Christmas cootie catchers and this time all of them are a free printable!
I’ve made quite a few cootie catchers already and it all started with a fun shark cootie catcher. These fortune tellers, as some call them, are a great origami for kids and beginners.
Christmas Cootie Catchers
If you read Christmas stories with your children these fun paper puppets will make story time even more fun! Not to mention these can be used for dramatic play.
I’ve got 4 characters to share with you, two you will find right here on my blog and two I made for one of my favourite crafty bloggers Red Ted Art so you’ll be able to get them from her blog (for free as well).
So without further ado, I’m introducing Santa, Rudolph, Elf and Gift.
Santa and Rudolph Cootie Catchers
So I’m sharing these lovely duo. They make quite a Christmas team don’t they, I can’t imagine Santa without Rudolph, this might be because Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is one of my favourite childhood movies – I would watch it 20x over Christmas (had it on VHS – writing this down makes me feel old haha).
You can grab the Santa and Rudolph Cootie Catchers here – Christmas Cootie Catchers
More Printable Cootie Catchers / Fortune Tellers I Made
As mentioned before I have quite a few to share with you, some you can purchase, some are free, all are fun.
Santa’s Elf and Gift Cootie Catcher
What would Santa do without Elves to help him pack all the gifts? Or for that matter without presents themselves? So here are two more cootie catchers for your kids to have fun with.
Grab these to free printable Elf and Present Cootie Catchers.
Hope you’ll have a ton of fun with these!
How to Make a Cootie Catcher
Never made one? Maggy from Red Ted Art made a video showing how to make them!
And here’s a photo tutorial