Then I cut out the fingers. I was careful to cut close the fabric and underneath the long fur. Notice that I just left the wrist and the arm the width of the hand.
Next I glued a piece of wire to every finger. I ran the wire all the way down the arm.
Then I rolled up the arm, with the thumb on the outside and the pinky finger on the inside. I left a little hollow space in the center. I glued the arm closed with hot glue. During this process pull the fur over to the side when you glue it together. Then when you are done brush the fur back over the seam so that it is less noticeable. This is not a big deal, since you really won't see it.
Now start gluing the fingers closed. Do your best to put the raw edges together.
Then brush the fur over the seam to hide it.
After the fingers are all done then start shaping your fingers like the ones in the picture. I just put "Grinch hand" into Google images and picked out the hand that I like the best and tried to form mine into the same image.
I found this old frame in the basement and painted it with metallic red paint.
I was worried that the wire wasn't strong enough to hold up the arm, plus it didn't run all the way through the Santa sleeve, so I added several wood skewers down the middle. I attached them with hot glue.
Then I positioned the hand in the frame and hot glued it to the back side of the frame. Then I trimmed off all the excess stuff so that it was flush with the edge of the frame.
Make a matching Grinch ornament with your leftover fur.
Or you can print out some FREE napkin rings and a treat bag: