Livestock Project ORNAMENTS!!

This Christmas, give the gift of livestock to a family in Kenya… but also make a memory! Here is a step by step of how you can make Livestock Project Ornaments. Give them to a friend (and let them know you’ve given a chicken to a family in Kenya on their behalf) or have fun with your family!

Step One: GIVE

Give a livestock by visiting 410bridge.org/Christmas

 

Step Two:  PRINT

Right hand click on a livestock image, save image as.

Place image in text document, scale to size & print.

 

Step Three: GATHER

Gather items on list:

–        A pair of scissors

–        Craft Glue

–        Ribbon

–        Two sheets of cardstock

–        Two sheets of scrapbook paper

–        Printed livestock image

 

Step Four:  CUT

Cut out a 3 ¾” circle out of cardstock. Use the circle as a template for other circles.

Cut one of each scrapbook circles in half.

Cut two pieces of ribbon, one 3 ¾” long, and the other 9” long.

 

Step Five: GLUE

Glue the two half circles on one side, followed by the 3 ¾” ribbon in the middle.

Glue the cut out the livestock image you printed out earlier.

 

Step Six: PERSONALIZE

Turn the craft over and glue the folded 9” ribbon on the back.

Seal with scrapbook paper circle.

Personalize with a photo and the Christmas year if you desire.

 

This yields nine ordainments, with a total cost of materials around $0.55 per piece.

 

Happy Giving!!

 

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