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Llama Headband Craft For Kids [Free Template]

Everyone loves llamas, right? They’re fluffy and adorable! Just don’t get one mad or they might just spit on you!

Spitting aside, we think this llama headband craft is a fun and easy farm animal craft for kids to make.

You can print out the template in black and white for young kids to color in or you can print out the craft version for older kids to make themselves.

Either way, they’ll love wearing their new creation!

Watch our quick video tutorial below to see how we made it and be sure to download the free printable template!

Llama Craft

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Supplies

  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Tape or stapler
  • Markers or crayons (if using the color in version)
  • Llama template (enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you)

Directions

Download the llama template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.

hand holding llama headband craft

Begin to assemble the face by gluing the eyes near the middle of the head.

hand gluing eye to llama headband craft

Take the nose and mouth and glue them in between and slightly overlapping the bottom of the eyes.

hand gluing nose and mouth to llama headband craft

Place the cheeks on either side of the outside of the eyes and glue them in place.

hand gluing cheek to llama headband craft

Next, glue the inner ears to the outer ears.

hand gluing inner ear to llama headband craft

Finish off the face by using a dark brown marker or crayon to draw on scalloped lines to look like fur.

hand drawing fur on llama headband craft

Tape or staple an extender on each side of the headband base.

hand taping extender to llama headband craft

We love how this llama craft turned out!

llama headband craft

Also, if the craft is too detailed for your child, don’t forget we have a black and white version that kids can color in instead!

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Little Blue Truck is one of the most popular books in our house. The cool illustrations and rhyming words really make this story fun to read. And with a whole series after this one, kids love getting to know the characters more and more!

The Cow Said Neigh! is a fun and silly book about farm animals who wish they were another farm animal. Kids will enjoy the rhyming and learn that each of us (animals included) has strengths we should embrace.

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Are your kids interested in making more farm animal crafts? If so, we have plenty of other ideas to keep them entertained!

This paper bag horse craft or this cow headband craft are both new this year and are perfect for farm animal themes.

If your child enjoys handprint crafts, try out some of these farm ones:

2 llama headband crafts

If you’re looking for a fun activity for your kids, look no further than this farm play dough kit! This activity is great for sensory play, as kids can squish, mold, and manipulate the dough to their heart’s content. Plus, the bright colors and fun shapes are sure to keep them entertained for hours on end. Best of all, when they’re done playing, you can simply pack up the kit and store it away for next time.

This personalized farm animal puzzle is a great gift for kids because it is both fun and educational. The puzzle can be customized to feature the child’s name too. Puzzles help to promote problem-solving skills, fine motor skills, and hand-eye coordination and they’re an engaging screen-free activity too!

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Llama Headband Craft For Kids

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

This llama headband craft is a fun and quick farm animal activity that's great for preschool, kindergarten, and elementary children.

Materials

  • Colored cardstock or construction paper
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Tape or stapler
  • Markers or crayons (if using the color in version)
  • Llama template

Instructions

  1. Download the llama template, print, and cut out the pieces you need.
  2. Begin to assemble the face by gluing the eyes near the middle of the head.
  3. Take the nose and mouth and glue them in between and slightly overlapping the bottom of the eyes.
  4. Place the cheeks on either side of the outside of the eyes and glue them in place.
  5. Next, glue the inner ears to the outer ears.
  6. Finish off the face by using a dark brown marker or crayon to draw on scalloped lines to look like fur.
  7. Tape or staple an extender on each side of the headband base.

Did you make this craft?

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Free Llama Template

Llama Template 

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angie

Thursday 16th of May 2024

looking forward to making this with my kiddos

Sam

Thursday 16th of May 2024

Awesome! I hope they like it!

Tammy

Monday 6th of May 2024

I have sent you my email address and never received a response from you.

Sam

Monday 6th of May 2024

Hi! I just checked your email and it’s listed as “unconfirmed” which means you didn’t click the link in the first email. If you didn’t see it, my best guess is it landed in your junk folder. If you can check that folder for my email (sam@simpleeverydaymom.com) and click the link, you’ll be set ◡̈

Trudy

Thursday 11th of January 2024

I love the llama headband. Can you please send the templates to me.

Sam

Friday 12th of January 2024

Of course! All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you. Once you've been confirmed as an email subscriber (by clicking the link in the first email), you simply enter your email in any of the forms and it'll automatically redirect you to the download page.

katherin gonzalez

Friday 15th of September 2023

thank you for sharing this post. looking forward to doing this with my students.

Sam

Saturday 16th of September 2023

Of course! I hope everyone has fun!

Céline

Monday 3rd of July 2023

Hi, could you please send me the template ? Thanks it's great.

Sam

Monday 3rd of July 2023

Thank you! All you need to do is enter your email in the form at the end of this post to have the link sent to you. Once you've been confirmed as an email subscriber (by clicking the link in the first email), you simply enter your email in any of the forms and it'll automatically redirect you to the download page.

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