PegStilts.com - Peg Stilts for Kids and Adults - Woman Veteran Handmade in Portland Oregon USA
PegStilts.com - Peg Stilts for Kids and Adults - Woman Veteran Handmade in Portland Oregon USA
PegStilts.com

PegStilts.com


Peg Stilts for Kids and Adults, Stilt Walking Lessons, Custom Puppets, and Unique Art


Woman Veteran Handmade in the USA

 
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Best of Portland 2012, 2013, & 2014:  PegStilts.com - Peg Stilts for Kids and Adults - Party Planning & Event Consultants
Best of Portland 2012, 2013, & 2014: PegStilts.com - Peg Stilts for Kids and Adults - Party Planning & Event Consultants
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Unique, custom, and one of a kind Puppets and Creatures made by Kricket Caffery
Below are images so you can see how the puppet creature was built and what they are made from:
Click the arrows under the image to watch the slide show
BLOG:  The Bug Chicks wrote a blog posting about Marigold the Giant Caterpillar and the Sea Turtle made from litter that were made by Kricket Caffery

The blog was also on Talking Science, part of NPR Science Friday! (click here to read the blog)
Available for hire!

Use the Contact Page for booking and creative inquiries.

Sea Turtle:

Sea Turtle made almost entirely from trash (litter) removed from the coastal beach environment at Fort Stevens State Park during a beach clean-up.


Materials used for body of turtle include: a styrofoam buoy, beach rope, water bottles, plastic containers and lids, and
styrofoam to go containers


Materials used for outside of turtle include: masking tape, newspaper, tax instruction booklets, toilet paper tubes, white glue,
duct tape, paper bags, puppet eyes, paint, sealer, wallpaper paste

Note:  the date on the photos is not accurate


"I take materials that might otherwise end up in a landfill and turn them into art which inspires people!"
~Kricket Caffery
Puppet builder/artist/contraptioneer, 
and owner of PegStilts.com
Help Kricket get her Art seen and more Art made!

The large majority of the Art (creatures, puppets, and installations) that I make are made at my own personal expense.

Various times throughout the year I provide FREE (or donation based) entertainment at community events and street fairs;  bringing smiles, playtime, imagination, and inspiration to the masses of all ages, but it costs me money in order to do them, and often donations are no where near the cost of my expenses to be at the event.

Please CLICK HERE to find out more about how YOU CAN HELP.


Anything you can offer is greatly appreciated, thank you very much for your support and encouragement.


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