1 qty. 6”x 6” White Cardstock – body
1 qty. 3” x 3” Black Cardstock – face and ears
4 qty. 1/2” Wood Spools #77614917
Black Acrylic Paint #77624890
Scribbles Paint – Shiny White* #77527861
Black Sharpie Marker #10909
3/16” Meriken Double Stick tape #30013283
Optional: Ribbon and bell embellishments
Pencil for tracing
We R Gift Box Punch Board #30149353
Marvy Uchida Clever lever 1.5” Oval Punch (yellow)
Fiskars 1/4” Hole Punch #77178558
Low Temp Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
NOTE: You can substitute Scribbles paint with Stickles
Paint the four wood spools with the black acrylic paint. Let dry.
NOTE: If you are going to emboss the white cardstock, do this now.
Take the 6” x 6” white cardstock and use the We R Gift Box Punch board to make a
1.75” x 1.75” cube box. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
Place the box so that the closure is at the bottom. Place a painted spool on the bottom of the box at each corner and glue to the box for the sheep’s feet.
Punch out one 1.5” oval from the black cardstock. On the oval, punch out two holes with the 1/4” hole punch for the eyes. Trace and cut out the two ears from the remaining black cardstock, according to the pattern.
Refer to the pictured sample and place the face and ears onto one side of the box and tape in place. Use the black Sharpie to draw in dot eyes in the 1/4” holes.
Make a bow with the ribbon and glue under the face. Glue the bell under the ribbon.
If you didn’t emboss the cardstock, use the Scribbles or other dimensional paint/glitter and draw swirls around the box to give the sheep texture. Let dry.