Try any of these 12 creative cow craft projects. Great for summertime activities or just for fun.
Just click on the Summer country craft pattern to make larger. Save to your device and print. Color with markers, colored pencils or crayons. Transfer the pattern to fabric to make a primitive stitchery on a pillowcase, dish towel or pillow. Transfer the image (or tape/glue the printed paper copy) onto wood and cut for a country cut out for key, tie, kitchen gadget, tools, or jewelry holder.
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Craft cat outline for painting and saw crafts. Use for projects in painting in acrylics or watercolors.
Just click on the images to make larger and print to use as patterns. PDF link is here to provide a simple and fun cat cross stitch pattern chart.
The size of the finished cross stitch is 19″ x 14″ – frame it and this is the beautiful results with a gold frame and a black matte.
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This is a small cow you can make from wood. Cut from 3/4″ thick wood to make the cow stand. Cut from 1/4″ wood to make a wood magnet.
The truck has a wood milk bottle you can purchase and glue on. Click on image to print.
Make a tail for the cow by cutting a piece of thick string (knotted)- then glue onto the butt. Tie a tiny cow bell around her neck using a piece of elastic gold string (found in jewelry section of crafts dept)
Label for wood milk truck to cut and glue
Click on image and print this cow label to glue onto the dairy truck.
See more farm animals to cut from wood at our sister site Farm animals patterns
This is a bunny that sits on two wheels that you can make or use from small wooden spools. Glue onto a thin wood base.
This is a bunny that sits on two wheels that you can make or use from small wooden spools. Glue onto a thin wood base.Drawing this bunny is easy if you start with a rectangular shape as shown. Follow the curves as in step 3. In step four finish the outline of the bunny rabbit. In step five you add details to the ears. In step six of drawing a rabbit you add his eye. In steps seven and eight you finish up the detail with the bunnies carrot. In step number nine drawing you can add a base where he sits and two round wheels for which he can ride. If you are making this bunny from wood, You can add some raffia glued to the end of his carrot for the leaves.