Sophie La Girafe

The tallest one is part of my tot's craft family. We are calling it Sophie La Girafe. This name comes from a famous French teething toy which apparently almost every child in America owns. It's a nice and soft rubber teething toy to soothe baby's sore gums. Here is my tot with her Sophie.

Inspired by: Krokotak Giraffe Craft





So, we decided to craft a Sophie on our own and we took her out for a stroll as well.



How To Make Giraffe Craft?

Supplies:

Yellow paper
Brown paper

Black pen
Glue
Scissor



Behind the scene steps:

1. Make a cone from yellow paper (~8 inch tall). Trim the bottom such that the cone can stand on a flat surface. 

2. Tear the brown paper in small roughly rectangular pieces of different sizes. 

3. Draw the face of the giraffe on yellow paper with black pen and cut it out carefully as shown in the picture.  (~1.5 inches)


4. Glue the brown pieces on the cone forming the Giraffe's coat patterns.




5. Finally, glue the face cutout on the pointed end of the cone. 


Your kid's long-necked friend is ready. Happy Crafting!

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