Paper Rosette Sheep Craft

Making a sheep out of paper seems like it may be hard to do, but it’s actually quite simple. You can learn how to make this Paper Rosette Sheep Craft in no time.

The step-by-step directions will show you how to make everything from the Rosette to the sheep face.

Paper Rosette Sheep Craft for Kids

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Sheep are a lot of fun to pet and look at, but they are also a great craft to make. The next time you’re looking for a craft to put together, choose this one.

How to Make Paper Rosette Sheep Craft

What you need: 

  • White and black construction paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • String

Step by Step Tutorial

Now that you have chosen to do this Paper Rosette Sheep Craft, it is time to get started. Start by taking a white piece of paper and lay it flat.

Take that piece of paper and fold it in half.

Once it is folded, you can cut it in half.

Start by taking half of the paper and start folding it like a fan.

Keep folding it until it looks something like the picture below.

You will want to do both pieces. And then take glue to the end of one piece of the Rosette.

Glue the two pieces of paper together from end to end.

Fold it in half.

Take a string and tie it.

Cut off the excess string.

Take glue and make sure all sides of the Rosette are glued together.

Slowly start spreading out the circle.

You will eventually need to glue the final side of the Rosette circle together.

Make sure you press firmly on the Rosette to keep it together.

Now you are going to freehand drawing a little lamb.

Go ahead and cut out the lamb and glue it to the Rosette.

Now you are going to add some eyes and a little smile.

The final product is going to be this Paper Rosette Sheep Craft! Give him a little voice and help him sing songs.

Paper Rosette Sheep Craft

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