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Are you tired of having your headphones all over the place? Check out this cute craft that will keep your headphones in check!!!

Materials:

  • Tan or light yellow felt for shell

  • Green felt for lettuce

  • Red felt for tomato

  • Yellow for cheese

  • Glue

  • Velcro

  • Scissors

Instructions 

Step 1: Trace and cut out the 1 shell, 1 lettuce, and 6 tomatoes.

Step 2: Cut out cheese by cutting a strip of yellow felt, then cut at a diagonal to make a small triangle. Then cut the other side horizontally to make a long rectangle and repeat until you have about 8.

Here’s a picture of what everything should look like when cut out:

Step 3: Glue on tomato and cheese.

Step 4: Glue on the lettuce.

Step 5: Stick the velcro on and draw the face!!!

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