Horse Craft with Printable

Horse Craft!

This is the second craft we did today. Let me tell you, this one was a pain in the butt and took F-O-R-E-V-E-R to make. Looking back, I’m not sure what exactly took so long. I did have to delete it completely and start over a few times. It was worth it though – Lorelai was so happy to get to craft a horse. :) Directions at the bottom…

Painting

Open Horse Printable

Materials We Used:

  • 1 Piece of Cardstock (to print the horse  printable onto)
  • 1 Paper Background (optional – we used scrapbooking paper)
  • Paint – Brown/Black (or whichever combo)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Googly Eyes (optional)

Directions:
Print the horse printable, linked at the bottom of this post. Paint each piece and allow to dry. Cut out and assemble. I assembled in this order: body, head, ears, hair poof, eyes, snout, legs (two underneath of the body), tail. Lorelai did all of the gluing, hence the extremely glue-y and wet look of the horse above!

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  1. Lori-Anne says

    To whom it may concern,

    Hello. We are a non-profit group who does Bible clubs for children in Canada. We liked your “Horse printable” craft idea and are wondering if you would give us permission to include it in a list of craft ideas we will send out to churches who are using our material. We would like to include the picture we saw on your site, as well as the instructions if possible. We would also include a link to your site and give you credit.

    Thank you for your time,
    Lori-Anne Walker

    l’Association pour l’Évangélisation des Enfants, Québec
    Child Evangelism Fellowship, Quebec

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