How Do I Make a Child's Sheep Costume?

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To make a child's sheep costume, dress your child pants, long-sleeved shirt and socks all black. Cut the sleeves off of a large white sweatshirt to make the body of the sheep costume. Apply craft glue in small dots on the sweatshirt and place cotton balls close together for the best effect. For a tail, cut out a teardrop shape from a piece of black felt and glue it to the back of the sweatshirt near the bottom hem. Cover child-sized white hat with craft glue and cotton to form head. For ears, cut two small ovals out of black felt and gluing them onto the hat. Paint your child's nose black.
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