As a mom of a girl, I think it’s important to encourage girls that they can like the same things that boys like. One year my daughter wanted to be a vampire, but thought it was a “boy” costume. This female vampire craft is a great way to teach kiddos that there are girl and boy versions of almost any costume. Get your girls excited to become a Vampiress!
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What is a vampiress?
A vampiress is a female vampire! One of the first vampire stories with a female vampire was was Carmilla! She was our first Vampiress!
The Best Female Vampire Names
Just as our male vampire, female vampires have a variety of different names. When kids are done with their craft, you can have them pick a vampire name for their vampiress! Here are a few of the most popular:
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How to Make a Female Vampire Craft Puppet
This craft is super easy to make. Just follow the instructions on the template!
Download and print your vampiress template. Cut out all the pieces.
You can either cut the pieces onto the colors you want, or you can have the kids color the template pieces before you cut and glue them.
Begin with your tan colored piece covering the bag
Then, add a red strip to the bottom.
Next, layer on your vampiress attire. Begin with the black coat.
Add the red collar and pin.
Then, add your red cloak for a real vampiress affect.
Finally, glue your face pieces onto the head.
Glue your vampiress head onto the bottom of the paper bag.
Let your kiddo name her female vampire puppet!
- Construction Paper
- Glue Stick
- Brown Paper Bag
- Crayola Marker Pens
- Doanload and print out your template
- Either print the way the directions say to on the template or have the child color the template pieces.
- Cut the template out.
- Begin by gluing the tan piece over the sack of the bag.
- Then add a red strip at the bottom of the sack.
- Next, glue the vampiress cloak on.
- Add the cap to the sides of the cloak.
- Finally, glue the parts of the face onto your vampiress head.
- Glue the head onto the bottom of the paper bag.
- Have fun making up scary stories.
Download Your Free Vampire Puppet Template here!
You could also make vampire halloween decorations using this Halloween template and use them as fun Halloween props for your next halloween party.
Did you enjoy this fun Halloween paper craft? You may also love the following Halloween ideas available here on The Inspiration Edit.
- DIY Frankenstein Paper Bag Puppet
- Werewolf Craft Paper Bag For Kids
- Easy Ghost Paper Bag puppet
- Halloween Mummy Paper Bag Puppet
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!