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Patterns

 

Thanksgiving Turkey Centerpiece Pattern

 

Moveable Teddy Bear Pattern

 

Paper Plate Sheep Pattern

Directions:

Print out a pattern sheet on black paper, or use as a template.
Cut out sheep head, ears, and hooves. Glue the sheep face and ears
into the center of the paper plate. Glue the hooves on the bottom
side of the paper plate. Use a white crayon or silver sharpie to
draw the face onto the sheep face.
For a variation, glue white cotton
balls around the edge of the paper plate to give a "fluffy" appearance.

 

 

RAccoon Photo courtesy of M.J.

dewcrew@bellsouth.net


M.J. contacted me and asked if I could somehow recreate the raccoon that is in the above picture. I got out some tagboard, and I cut pieces to replicate the raccoon. I then traced the pieces and scanned it.

 

I asked M.J. permission to share this pattern with all of you! I thought it would be great for The Kissing Hand theme!

The pattern was created to fit on an 8 x 11 piece of tagboard. I have indicated on the pattern how many pieces to cut etc. You can see from the photo how the parts assemble.

 

Raccoon Pattern

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*A note about printing....save images first and then open in your browser. The image will fit an 8 by 11 piece of paper.



 


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