So how do they make those quirky stick-on replacement mouths on the TV show Robot Chicken?

Recently Ron Cole made mention to me that his wife (who is into crafts) bought a special paper cutting machine.

Before we reveal the device, first you need to make your replacement mouth shapes in a graphics program.

One program you can use that is free is called Gimp. Click here to take a look at it for yourself.

Other programs you can use are Adobe Photoshop, or the free program Adobe Illustrator CS2 here. It is actually a great program for mouths. To learn how to use these programs I suggest you use YouTube and search for tutorials.

You can also draw the mouths on blank sticker paper. Then ink, paint or water color the mouths to your liking and puppet design.

Read more: Creating Robot Chicken Style Sticker Mouths and Cut-Outs