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Today’s post written by Cassi

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Hello everyone, I have a parade of crafty animals for you today!

Booboos will go bye bye when you pull this adorable little fox from the freezer to make it all better. There’s certainly no reason why he has to stay in the freezer either – this little buddy would make a great stuffed friend as well. The pattern and details are at Simple Up.

Children will have fun making this simple paper owl with moveable wings. Newsprint gives the feathers a nice detail too. Instructions are at The Crafty Crow.

Craft Jr. has the directions to make this wonderful giraffe puppet from a lonely sock.

A paper plate makes a perfect tiger face! Instead of gluing on the eyes you can cut out holes and use it for a mask as well. Details are at No Time For Flashcards.

Using an outline drawing of any animal, draw your own or trace one from a coloring book, fill in the details with torn construction or tissue paper. You can get started with this little chick that is available to print out at Mini Cuties.

Even your youngest can be involved with this art project – it begins with finger painting! Paint Cut Paste tells you how it’s done.

Se7en has a wonderful tutorial to make these colorful little chicks and when you get done with these she shows you how to make them a little house too!

If you have a frog lover in your house then these frog rocks will be a big hit. Katherine Marie Photography shares this idea as well as many others for a full day of frog fun!

A balloon and rice are all you will need to make this cute whale that will keep little hands busy! Roots And Wings has the details along with other sensory integration ideas.

You’ll find many more ideas like these at The Crafty Crow, I hope you’ll come by and say hello! If you have a project that you would like to submit then send it my way – details are in the right column on The Crafty Crow.

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