How to Make a Sheep Prop

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Props can make theatrical plays look more believable.
Props can make theatrical plays look more believable. (Image: Jupiterimages/Comstock/Getty Images)

Making a sheep prop can be easy and fun because it can be made from materials that are simple to use. Decorating the sheep prop involves coloring, painting and decorating, which can prove to be quite the good time. Sheep props can be made out of almost any material, but the simplest material to use is cardboard. Using cardboard as the prop material is one of the best ways for kids to do most of the work without having to do anything too difficult.

Things You'll Need

  • Cardboard (sized for the prop)
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Black marker
  • Glue
  • Paint brush
  • White paint
  • Black paint
  • Pink paint

Lay the cardboard out flat and draw the outline of the sheep on the cardboard with the pencil. Pencils work best because you can erase any mistakes that are made while drawing.

Trace the outline and physical features of the sheep with the black marker to give the sheep more definition.

Use the scissors to cut along the outline of the sheep.

Draw two right triangles the same height as the sheep prop’s legs. Cut the triangles out. They will be used to keep the prop standing.

Glue the right triangles to the back of the sheep’s legs. Let the glue dry overnight to make sure the triangles are secured to the prop.

Paint the sheep prop using the paint brush and white, black and pink paint. Use the white paint to color the sheep’s wool. The black is used for the hooves, nose and the eyes. The pink paint is used for the ears and face.

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