This HUNGRY LAMB CRAFT is so adorably cute! Who could resist these sweet woolly babies with their mouths stuffed with pretty flowers? This is a craft ewe won’t want to miss this spring! (Sorry I couldn’t resist a little sheep pun!)
This is a really easy sheep craft to make and you can either copy the idea and cut your own shapes or buy our printable lamb craft template. The template comes ready coloured and also in black and white line art for you to decorate in any way you choose. We decided to colour one of our baby lambs in pink and think he looks super cute!
This is a really lovely Easter craft idea for kids and works well for spring in general and farm themed study units, stories and songs too. It’s a lovely sheep craft to go with Old McDonald Had A farm, Mary Had A Little Lamb and of course the classic nursery rhyme, Baa Baa Black Sheep!
We love that on this sheep craft the flowers and the lamb’s ears lift right off the page. It gives the whole craft a super 3D effect and really brings the baby lambs to life and makes them so characterful! Aren’t they cute?
Easy Sheep Craft For Kids
Hungry Lamb Craft Supplies:
- Printable lamb craft template (Click here to get yours from our shop.)
- Printer paper or Cardstock
- Optional: colouring pens/pencils etc.
How To Make A Lamb Craft
1 – Print and cut out the template pieces. (Click here to get the sheep craft template printable from our shop.) If you are using the black and white set then colour it in first.
2 – Glue the body onto the backing sheet.
3 – Glue the ears onto the back of the head and glue the hair onto the top of the head.
4 – Glue the stems onto the back of the head, 3 on each side so it looks like they’re coming out of the mouth.
5 – Glue the head onto the top of the body. (Do not glue the ears or the flower stems so they can be lifted off the page.
6 – Glue the legs and feet onto the front of the body.
7 – Glue on the eyes and flower heads.
8 – Draw a curved line from the middle of the nose to the bottom of the head.
These little lambs looks so cute and sweet sitting in their grassy meadow eating flowers. What a wonderful craft to celebrate Easter and spring!
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