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Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

 

There is no lovelier sight than a English spring meadow full of cute little lambs.  We now have them in the house and garden too, and so can you!  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn.

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

Gather your bits and pieces. Take one cork and cut it in half, then cut one of those halves into 2 semi circles.  Paint all your pieces and 4 of the matchsticks.

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

Wind the yarn around the whole cork, and stick a little to one end (the front). Use a Bradawl to make 4 holes to slot the legs into.

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

Stick the head pieces together, and use a half matchstick to attach the head to the body (using the Bradawl to again make the holes). We also used a slither of cork to make a tail.  Stand back and admire your cute little lamb!

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

Why not make a whole farmyard of little cork animals - we're planning on trying pigs next! If you enjoyed this craft tutorial and want some more recycled craft inspiration, why not check out our Making a Bottle Garden and Recycled Magazine Basket posts.

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

Our cute cork lamb is a great recycled craft idea, and great fun to make with kids.  All you need is a couple of corks (something I always seem to have - glug!), a few matchsticks, and some yarn. Click through to see our easy to follow instructions,

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  • Reply How To Sunday #22 - Monkey and Mouse

    […] I also loved Craft Invader’s sweet cork sheep, they are the perfect spring […]

    March 5, 2016 at 11:10 pm
  • Reply Monkey and Mouse

    I love this! What a great use of corks and the sheep look so sweet. I will definitely need to pin this. Thanks so much for linking up to #Howtosunday :) x
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    March 5, 2016 at 10:37 pm
    • Reply Sarah - Craft Invaders

      They do Look really cute – keep meaning to try some other animals. Thanks for having us on How to Sunday x

      March 6, 2016 at 11:33 am
  • Reply Angela / Only Crumbs Remain

    How cute are these! They’re great, love ’em! #HowtoSundays
    Angela x
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    February 28, 2016 at 3:08 pm
  • Reply Little Miss & Mummy

    Such a cute idea and something I would not have thought about making. Thank you. One I’ll have a go at x
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    February 28, 2016 at 8:58 am
    • Reply Sarah - Craft Invaders

      They are lovely and simple to make, and a great excuse to get a bottle of wine in x

      March 2, 2016 at 2:51 pm
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