A. A. Milne by Jill C. Wheeler

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Wrap the second white bump chenille stem loosely around the outside of the body to make it bigger. 4. Cut two orange bumps from the orange chenille stem. Cut half of each bump off. 5. Slip the orange piece through the white chenille stems at the bottom center of the body so that half an orange bump hangs down on each side to form the legs and feet. Twist the two sides together at the top of the body to secure the legs. 6. Tip each foot forward. 7. 5-cm) piece of the orange bump chenille over the end of the head to form a beak.

39 Bow Sheep The sheep give us wool for sweaters. Here is what you need: two identical white package bows, the more loops the better scissors black felt scrap two wiggle eyes medium to large black pom-pom and four smaller ones white craft glue tiny pink pom-pom jingle bell red craft ribbon 40 Here is what you do: 1. Glue the backs of the two white bows together to form a ribbon ball that will be the body for the sheep. 2. The size of the pom-pom you use for the head is going to depend on the size of the bows you choose for the body.

5. Glue the pink pom-pom nose below the two wiggle eyes. 6. Thread the jingle bell onto a piece of the red craft ribbon. Tie the ribbon in a bow. 7. Glue the bow to the sheep below the head. 8. Glue the four smaller pom-poms to the bottom of the sheep for the legs. Make a flock of sheep in lots of different sizes by using different-size bows for the body. Baa, baa! 41 Goat Chips Clip eat o t e k i Goats lut anything! just abo Here is what you need: white craft glue white and black construction paper scissors red felt scrap white craft feather fluff two white shirt buttons two wiggle eyes clamp clothespin ruler Here is what you do: 1.

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