Sheep Crafts for New Zealand


Cut a small sheep shape out of black felt - just the outline of body, head, legs. Then glue on a few cotton balls for the sheep's skin, leaving the black showing for the nose and legs.

From: NHarrin106
Courtesy of Chris Welch and The Girl Scout Resource Center


Another way to make sheep. Cut out a sheep body shape from thin cardboard (kind of like an oval, but with one end a little pointy for a head). Clip two clip clothes pins to the bottom for feet. Wind white yarn around and around the body to form the wool. Draw on a face with markers and add a tail with yarn.

From: MDacheff
Courtesy of Chris Welch and The Girl Scout Resource Center


I did the sheep craft described above by MDacheff at an adult training. If I remember the cardboard and clothespins were painted black. However we decided in the workshop that this really was a craft for older girls. The wrapping was tedious even for us adults. The end result was very cute, though.

From: PETE4KIDS
Courtesy of Chris Welch and The Girl Scout Resource Center


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