Kids will love making these cute little Quilled Paper Sheep as their next craft project. Use them on cards, glue them onto popsicle sticks to make bookmarks, turn them into magnets… the possibilities for these little cuties are endless!
Quilled Sheep Kids Craft
List of Supplies:
Grab 12-15 white quilling paper strips. Use the slotted quilling tool to create loose coils with the strips. Make different sized loose coils with the white quilling paper strips.
Cut out a square piece of paper (from regular white stationary paper or art paper). Use white craft glue to trace the body pattern of the sheep on the paper.
Start to place the loose coils, prepared in step one, on the glued part of the square paper.
Keep adding the loose coils until the glue traced pattern is filled.
Now use 2 black quilling paper strips to create 2 arch shapes. These 2 arch shaped quilled papers will be the legs of the sheep.
Cut out the head pattern of the sheep from black colored craft paper. Use scissors to cut around the border of the white quilled part from the square paper.
Decide the bottom and top end of the white quilled piece, for the quilled sheep. Stick the 2 black arch shapes side by side, keeping 1 cm gap between them, on the bottom side of the quilled piece. Stick the head on any one side of the top part.
Finally, add the googly eyes on the head part and done!
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