Download and print all pages of the artwork on Canon Photo Paper MP-101.
Cut along the outlines of the printouts.
Fold along the dotted lines of the bun (top) from printout . Apply glue to the grey flaps labelled [glue]. Then adhere the glued flaps to the base, one flap at a time.
Fold along the dotted lines of the sheep's body from printout . Apply glue to the small flaps labelled [Glue] on cutout J.
Then adhere each glued flap on cutout J to the next flap to form the sheep's body. Apply glue to the bottom flaps of F/I/G/H then adhere them to the inner part of the body as shown.
Apply glue to the portions labelled [glue] on the bun (bottom). Adhere the cheese cutout to the bun as shown.
Fold along the dotted lines of the 3x tomato cutouts. Apply glue to the glue flaps. Adhere the glued flaps to the larger flaps.
Apply glue to the flaps on cutout K. Adhere the end of the glued flap to the other end [beige portion] to form the sheep's head.
Adhere the sheep's face to the side of its head.
Fold along the dotted lines of the 4x legs' cutout H/I/F/G. Apply glue to the labelled portions. Fold and adhere to form the legs.
Fold in the flap and adhere to seal the legs.
Check to ensure you have all these in place.
Apply glue to H on cutout E. Adhere leg H to H [cutout E]. Repeat this for the remaning three legs.
Apply glue to the top of cutout j. Adhere the top of the bun to it. Apply glue to portion [K] of the sheep's head. Adhere it to portion [K] on the sheep's body.
Apply glue to your tomato chunks. Then glue them one by one to the allocated portions - labelled [glue] on the cheese.
Apply glue to the base of your sheep's body. Then adhere it to the cheese as shown.
Your burger is now ready. Yums!