The most common paper bag craft has got to be the paper bag puppet. You can probably recall a time when you colored a brown paper lunch bag and turned it into a puppet. Well, there are a lot more things that you can do to make your puppet fun than to just use crayons and markers. You can supplement the look of your animal puppet by using construction paper cutouts of beaks, feathers, feet, and eyes, anything you want! Adding dimension and texture to your puppets make them seem less like paper bags and more like fun toys. If you have never made a paper bag puppet before, all that you do is use the crease that is found naturally in the bag about one-third of the way down from the bottom of the bag as the mouth for your puppet and build out from there.