Have you ever created something that just made you giggle? That is me today! This easy cow craft is just too adorable for words. And I hope that you like it too. Even better, this super cute cow craft is part of a a bigger collection of triangle farm animal crafts. Check out the rest of the barnyard crew: PIG, SHEEP, HORSE, and ROOSTER.
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SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG
- White paint
- 3 Large popsicle sticks
- Elmers glue
- Medium pompom
- White construction paper
- Scraps of black, brown, white and pink construction paper
- Glue stick
- Googly eyes
- Pink and black markers
- Printable cow craft template
Prepare your craft bag using our FREE printable list, and you will be ready to craft with your kiddos at a moment’s notice with no additional prep! Or, if you prefer, use the Amazon links and shop from your couch. Now, that is what I call easy!
Step 1: Create the Triangle Frame
- Glue together 3 large popsicle sticks into a triangle frame shape using Elmer’s glue
- Allow the glue to dry thoroughly
*You may want to prepare several triangle frames at once so that they are ready for other projects. Just keep them in your craft bag.
Step 2: Paint the Frame
- Place the triangle frame on the newspaper
- Pinch the pompom with the clothespin to form a “paint brush”
- Squeeze a little white paint onto the newspaper and paint the triangle frame
- Set aside and allow the paint to dry
Step 3: Put It Together
- Use the free printable cow template to cut a triangle out of white construction paper
- Once the paint has dried, attach it to the back of the popsicle stick frame with a glue stick
Step 4: Use the Cow Craft Template
- Use the printable cow template to cut out all of the pieces for your farm animal craft
Step 5: Add the Final Details
- Glue the cut out pieces into place using your glue stick
- Attach the googly eyes
- Then use your marker to add even more details
Now that you know how to make this cow craft, really make it your own. If you want to make it purple and pink, go ahead. You do you! Use your imagination. After all, no two cows look alike!