Make contributor Michelle Min wanted a way for her two-year old nephew Bosung in Korea to remember his uncle living in New York, who he had only met once. So she came up with the great idea of making a hand puppet in his likeness with an integrated motion-activated recordable audio chip inside of it with the uncle's voice saying 'Bosung!' While that sounds like a job for a tech-savvy audio expert, all it really involves is buying a greeting card with the ability to record a brief audio clip, removing its guts and carefully placing it inside of the puppet.
It also, of course, involves sewing a hand puppet, but Michelle's tutorial makes it all look pretty easy. We hope Bosung enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed reading about it. See more: Make (Images: Michelle Min)