Fluffy Sheep

What do you need:fluffy sheep
• Cardboard
• Black paint
• Brush
• Scissors
• Twigs
• Tape
• Fiber fill

What you do:
• Cut out a cardboard sheep body.
• Paint the face.
• Let it dry.
• Tape on twigs for legs.
• Glue the  fiber fill.

Yarn Sheep

What you need:Yarn Sheep
• Styrofoam ball
• Yarn
• Acorn
• White fleece
• 4 Toothpicks
• 4 Wooden beads
• Glue
• Scissors
• Marker

What you do:
• Cover the Styrofoam ball with yarn.
• Glue acorn to the ball. It will be the sheep’s head.
• Cut  ears and tail of your sheep out of the fleece.
• Glue the ears and the tail.
• Attach the toothpicks to the ball.
• Draw the face of the sheep with the marker.
• Insert the legs of the sheep in the beads.

Sheep Ornament

What you need:
• Wool roving or mock wool fiber
• 2 twelve inch black pipe cleaners
• Ribbon (for hanging)

What you do:
• Bend pipe cleaner to form head and body of sheep.

• Twist ends of pipe cleaner as shown.

• Cut pipe cleaner in two halves.
• Bend each length of pipe cleaner tightly around body of sheep to form front and back legs.

• Bend legs downward; trim ends of legs evenly.
• Pull wool roving into three 12” lengths.
• Separate one length of wool roving lengthwise in half to form two pieces.
• Beginning at end of one back leg, wrap one piece of wool roving tightly around one leg, around body above back legs, and then around remaining back leg.
• Pull off excess wool roving.
• Smooth end of wool roving on leg.
• Repeat for front legs using remaining piece of wool roving.
• Separate one length of wool roving lengthwise into an approximate three-quarter piece; discard unused piece.
• Wrap piece of wool roving tightly around neck and head of sheep; continue wrapping piece loosely around front legs.
• Smooth end of wool roving on legs.
• Using remaining length of wool roving wrap wool loosely around body of sheep.
• Smooth end of wool roving onto body.
• For hanger, thread 8” of ribbon through wool roving at top of sheep and knot ends of ribbon together.

Macaroni Sheep

What you need:
• 4″ x 6″ piece of cardboard
• 2 large spring type clothespins
• Elbow macaroni
• 2 wiggle eyes
• White felt
• Paint (black, white and pink)
• White glue
• paintbrush
What you do
• From the cardboard cut one 3-inch circle for the body and one 1 1/2-inch circle for the head.
• Paint the body circle white on both sides.
•  Paint the head circle black on both sides. Let dry.
• Paint top 1/3 of the head white.
• Take the clothespins apart and paint the wooden pieces black. Allow to dry completely and then put back together.
• Attach the clothespins with glue to the body circle.
• Glue elbow macaroni to the front of the body circle and to the top 1/3 of the head circle where it was painted white.
• Paint the macaroni on both pieces white.
• Cut two ears from the white felt and glue to the back of the head.
• Glue two goggle eyes to the front of the head.
• Paint a nose on the face with pink paint.
• Glue head to body. Let dry.