Everyone loves a cute sheep in their life. With this craft, you get to create a Cotton Ball Sheep Craft that you won’t soon forget about! You can make this sheep craft using simple things you have at home!
It makes the most adorable decoration for Easter too.
With easter being near we are sure you are looking for cute ideas for Easter crafts to do with your kids either at home or in school
This fluffy little craft allows for a lot of creativity and is great for fine motor skills.
If you’re making this with your class, you will end up with an adorable flock of sheep, each one of them very unique.
How to Make the Cotton Ball Sheep Craft
Anyone will love using the cotton balls to create a sheet craft. The Cotton Ball Sheep Craft is not only fluffy, but a cute little bow is added at the end for added cuteness. You can make as many of these sheep as you want.
What you need:
- Paper cup
- Rose, white and body-colored papers
- Brown and white pompoms
- Glue stick
- Cotton wool
- Black marker
Step by Step Tutorial
To start with this craft, you will want to gather all of your supplies!
Cut the paper cup in half to make it smaller.
Make balls out of the cotton wool and glue it up to the paper cup.
It doesn’t matter where you start gluing them on.
Draw the head and ears on the body-colored paper and cut it out.
Draw the hair on the white paper and cut it out.
Next, draw the nose on the pink paper and cut it out.
Glue together the head and draw the face of it.
Cut a stripe on the pink paper and make a bow.
To make the bow, glue the end piece of the pink strip.
Fold the end piece in.
Cut off a small piece of the pink strip.
Fold the glued part of the strip in to start the bow.
Take the small pink strip that you cut and add it to the bow.
Cut the end of the pink strip off.
Fold it in.
After that, you will want to glue it up to the head.
Glue the head to the body.
Glue to brown pom pom for the tail.
And for pom poms for the legs.
All done! You’ve made the Cotton Ball Sheep Craft. It’s hard to stop at just one that is for sure.
You don’t need to add the bow to the head, that part will be challenging for the youngest kids.
You can skip it or let your kids opt for a totally different decoration.