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✂DIY craft! Fun and sorta simple !✂

Discussion in 'Games, Jokes, and Fun!' started by Fluffers, Nov 21, 2016.

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  1. Fluffers

    Fluffers Chillin' With My Peeps

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    So, my niece came over to my house and we made some paper elk! I didnt take pics of each step, but when i get back on my computer i will type them out so you can make an elk too! Here are some pics:

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    You will need:
    1 brown paper bag
    2 pieces of newspaper
    2 google eyes or small shiny circle, don't know what they are called.
    4 popsicle sticks (per elk)
    2-3 white paper lollipop sticks
    brown fat marker
    black sharpie
    white or light brown paper. ( lighter that brown bag)
    tape (clear)
    glue (liquid preferred)
    scissors

    STEPS

    1. Crumble up 2 pieces of newspaper into an elk/moose shape
    2.tape it together when you get it right, the perfect shape (make sure you make the snout/nose thing long enough)
    3. cover with brown paper bag
    4. cut holes where you want the legs, stick legs (popsicle sticks, or toothpics if young elk) in
    5. cover popsicle sticks (or toothpics) with leftover paper bag
    6. (if Male) Make spot for antlers
    7. (if Male) cut up lollipop sticks and make the little parts poking off main antler (does that make sense?)
    8. Color head brown with fat marker
    9. Color hooves black
    10. take white paper and make a heart shape, color light light brown with colored pencil and glue on elk's butt. (if you want it to be a moose don't do this step)
    11. cut a tail shape (same color as the white bottom from last step) and glue or tape onto elk.
    12.glue on eyes
    13 cut ear shape, color dark brown and put on elk
    14. Enjoy! Put it on a shelf or make a habitat for your elk!


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    Last edited: Nov 21, 2016
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    Fluffers Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Fluffers Chillin' With My Peeps

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    This one is my neice's first one she made. She named it Jesselle

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    This one is the one i made, his name is Elliot.

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    These two are younger elk, Gertrude and Elvis (left to right)
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  4. Fluffers

    Fluffers Chillin' With My Peeps

    Ok, i think i will be doing these once or twice a week, so here is the next one!

    You will need:
    scissors
    paper (White)
    3 paper towel tubes
    brown marker (unless you have brown paper)
    green marker ( unless you have green paper)
    black feathers (or black paper)
    yellow marker (Unless you have yellow paper)
    brown colored pencil
    black paper or marker
    paper board (thin cardboard, like from a cereal box)
    tape (clear)

    Instructions

    i'm being lazy right now so i will type the instructions out later, for now here are some pictures

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