Sometimes the ugliest ornaments are the most loved…or at least in my eyes. :) We were decorating my parent’s Christmas tree last Friday (a yearly tradition) and I, once again, hung what has been dubbed by my family “the ugliest ornament on the tree.”
But I love my little tattered sheep ornament (made probably when I was in 1st or 2nd grade myself)…and after investigating how it was made, decided it was worth making sheep ornaments with Little Brother too.
How To Make Sheep Ornaments
- 1 craft stick
- 2 miniature clothespins
- black paint
- 2 googly eyes
- some batting (or lots of cotton balls)
Sheep Ornament Instructions:
|1. If necessary, trim your craft stick to make it about the length of a small craft stick. Add the two clothespins at the bottom. You could glue them if you want (I didn’t).|
|2. Paint the craft stick and clothespins black.|
|Let it dry.|
|3. Add a googly eye on each side.|
|4. Add the batting by putting glue on the sheep’s body and then placing the batting on top. I honestly think cotton balls would be cuter…but we already used the batting. Oh well!|
|5. Add a ribbon on the head and a ribbon to hang.|
There you have one sheep ornament. I know we’ll appreciate this ugly little sheep for years to come!
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This post was first published Dec 2010. Updated 2018.