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Spring and Easter Animals From Wood Turnings

Wood turnings are an easy way to create figures for any season or occasion of the year. For spring, a chick, a bunny and a sheep were made using just a minimal of materials.



Wooden Easter Animals

For this project you will need:

- wood turnings doll shapes of choice
Wood Turnings Dolls

- acrylic paint in the colors of white, black and yellow and paint brushes
- chenille stems in the colors of white, black and pink
- 3 yellow feathers
- black and white permanent markers or paint markers
- pink and yellow ribbon
- pink half bead (bunny nose)
- orange card or felt (chick beak)
- hot glue


Wooden Easter Animals Tutorial 2
1. First you will paint each figure in the proper color and let them dry. For the chick, cut out a small triangle out of card or felt and glue it on as a beak. Use the black permanent marker to dot on two eyes. To finish off the chick, tie a ribbon bow around the neck.

Wooden Easter Animals Tutorial 3
2. The chick’s wing feathers are made by cutting each feather in half...

Wooden Easter Animals Tutorial 4
3. ... and placing the bottm half over the top half. Then these get glued on to the sides of the chick as wings. For the head use only a bottom half of the feather and glue it to the back of the head.

Wooden Easter Animals Tutorial 1
4. To create the bunny ears, cut a 9 cm piece of white chenille. Bend the chenille in half so it looks like a “V”. Then take the 2 ends and fold them towards the bend, so it becomes a smaller “V”. Insert a small piece of pink chenille between each ear and then glue this ear onto the head. For the arms two 6 cm pieces of chenille was folded in half and glued onto the each side of the bunny. For the feet a 19 cm piece of chenille was first folded into a “V” shape. Then the ends were bent towards the middle to create a smaller “V” shape and then an even smaller “V” shape was created out of this piece. Then glue the body onto the feet. To finish the bunny, a pink half bead was glued onto the face as a nose. Two eyes were dotted on and thin whiskers were drawn on each side of the nose. A ribbon was tied in a bow around the bunny’s neck to complete the bunny.

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5. Paint the sheep head black after the body has been painted white. Then use a paint marker or acrylic paint to draw a circle on the face and dot on two eyes. Let the paint first dry. Then add a smaller black dot within each eye and draw the sheep face features onto the white circle using a black permanent marker.

Wooden Easter Animals Tutorial 6
Create the sheep ears by first cutting two 6 cm pieces of white chenille. Then bend each in half and insert a smaller piece of black chenille in between each piece. Then cut each of these ear pieces down to 2 centimeters and glue onto the head. Tie a ribbon around the neck of the sheep as a bow. You can choose to give the sheep arms like the bunny if you like or simply leave the sheep as is.

Wooden Chick

Wooden Easter Bunny

Wooden Black Face Sheep
A black faced sheep is always a cutie.




More Spring Season Craft Themes:

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Spring and Easter Wood Crafts

Spring and Easter Textile Crafts

Spring and Easter General Crafts

Spring and Easter Crafts for Kids

Spring Season Greeting Cards

Valentine’s Day Crafts

St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

Easter Crafts

Easter Chick Crafts

Decorating Easter Eggs

Easter Bunny Crafts

Mother’s Day Crafts

Spring Craft Patterns

Nature Crafts

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Spring Basket

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Spring and Easter Animals From Wood Turnings

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Wooden Easter Animals





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