FREE Cut Out & Colour: Animals in Christmas Sweaters

It’s that time of year again… So, here’s a little present for you. Something to do during the Christmas holidays.  Cut out and colour Mr Badger and Mr Bear looking smart in their Christmas jumpers. Hang them on your tree or use them as gift tags or give them to your friends..  Click here to download the printable PDF.

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Now you can colour and cut out Mr Badger and Mr Bear!

If you would like your animals to hang, stick a piece of folded ribbon or cord to the inside and then glue back and front together.

 

Merry Christmas!

As usual, please feel free to share this free thing but remember the copyright for these images belongs to Jools Wilson and you may not use them for any profit making activity.

Thanks

Jools x

 

 

 

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Animals in Jumpers…Free Colouring Sheet to Download

This week I’ve been drawing animals in jumpers…

…using pen, coloured pencil and watercolour pencil.  I thought they would make fun brooches..

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I’m going to use the images for prints and cards and a few other things. The brooches are available on my Etsy shop, BearsGetCrafty.  Also, as they I enjoyed colouring them in so much, I thought I’d share the fun… Click here to download the colouring sheet.

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Make Your Own Pug in a Box

Download and make a pug in a box. Then give it to someone. 🙂

Click here for the free PDF to download.

If you need help with how to make your Pug in a Box, visit my Hug in a Box page and follow the method there.

Please share, make pugs, give them to people, take photos and show me.

Copyright is the property of Julie Wilson. Download for personal use only.

 

 

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Hug in a Box – Free to Download and Make

Download and make a hug in a box, then give it to someone who needs a hug.

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You will need:

Cardboard or stiff paper for your computer printer

Glue (eg PVA)

Scissors

Instructions:

Click on the image below and download the PDF

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Print out the PDF file onto card or stiff paper.

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Cut out the 3 images at the bottom of the page.

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Fold the box along all the dotted lines. It will help if you gently score the fold lines first.

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One at a time, apply glue sparingly to corner tabs and glue to outside of box. Hold each corner in place until dry.

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Score base foldline on bears and unfold again. Apply glue sparingly to base.

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Stick bears into base of box pressing down firmly. Hold until dry. When the glue is dry, fold bears up into box.

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Stick the label on the front of the box.

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You’ve made a hug in a box!

 

 

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