July 25, 2006

From Bones to the Barnyard

"Evolution" of a Llama:
First few steps (painting sticks, hot glue)...

Last few steps (wrapping with fiber fill, adding pipe-cleaner ears and burlap/cloth saddles, ropes and bridles)...

I thought the kid's llamas came out better than mine did. They did a good job helping with this (although Morgan and I both got burned by the hot glue gun a little). I'm just no good with craft supplies without supervision! Maybe we should just stick to Elmer's.

Sorry, I just didn't feel like writing today. It's my day off with family again... too many things on my mind to sit down and write. Our last week of school for 2005-6 starts tomorrow! Yipee!!!
More on this craft here: Finally Finished the Llamas (sortof)!!!

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Crystal Starr said...

These are SO cute! I love llamas! I will have to do this with my kids I know they will love it! Thanks for posting this!

Anonymous said...

that is awesome!!! you're so creative!

Sprittibee said...

Yer sure welcome, crystal. Hope your kiddos enjoy it. Cute photo.

Toni - Thanks, sweetie. You are pretty talented yourself, dear. I enjoy your caption posts quite a bit! The refrigerator project is also quite fun. However, I haven't been able to get anyone to do it or my homeschool lunch meme. Oh, well.

Anonymous said...

Great Llamas! The kids did a beautiful job. Thanks for sharing. Sue in Orlando

Sprittibee said...

Thanks Sue!

Llama Momma said...

Great llama crafts!! :-)



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