Monday, March 11, 2013

Balloon cat. Balloon lion. Balloon tiger. Balloon panther


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Dailymotion:
Materials: a balloon, a permanent marker and an air pump.


Inflate a balloon leaving a six—inch flat tail (Pic 1).

First three bubbles you twist in the bird body fold to make the muzzle. Twist the first two—inch bubble (Pic 2).

Twist the second two—inch bubble (Pic 3).

Lock both ends of the chain of the first two bubbles in one lock twist (Pic 4). This step is marked with arrows between points A and C on the scheme.

Twist the third two—inch bubble (Pic 5).

Lock the free end of the third bubble between the first and the second bubble (Pic 6). This step is marked with red arrows between points D and B on the scheme. You have made the muzzle of the cat.

Twist the fourth one—inch bubble (Pic 7).

Twist the fifth one—inch bubble (Pic 8).

Twist the sixth two—inch bubble (Pic 9).

Twist the seventh soft one—inch bubble (Pic 10). You are going to twist the seventh bubble in the ear twist.

Twist the eighth two—inch bubble (Pic 11).

Twist the 9th soft one—inch bubble (Pic 12). You are going to twist the ninth bubble in the ear twist.

Twist the tenth two—inch bubble (Pic 13).

Lock both ends of the chain of the last five (the sixth through the tenth) bubbles in one lock twist (Pic 14). This step is marked with arrows between points E and J on the scheme. You have made a loop of five bubbles.

Push the chain of the first 3 bubbles through the loop of the last 5 bubbles. Fix the fourth bubble half way through the loop (Pic 15 and 16).


Lock both ends of the seventh bubble in one lock twist (Pic 17). This step is marked with arrows between points F and G on the scheme. You have made the ear.

Lock both ends of the ninth bubble in one lock twist (Pic 18 and 20). This step is marked with arrows between points H and I on the scheme. You have made the second ear.



The next two bubbles you twist to make the front legs. Twist the 11th two—inch bubble (Pic 21).

Twist the twelfth two—inch bubble (Pic 22).

Lock both ends of the chain of the last two (the eleventh and the twelfth) bubbles in one lock twist (Pic 23). This step is marked with arrows between points J and K on the scheme.

Twist the thirteenth two—inch bubble (Pic 24). It is the body.

The next two bubbles you twist to make the rear legs. Twist the fourteenth two—inch bubble (Pic 25).

Twist the fifteenth two—inch bubble (Pic 26).

Lock both ends of the chain of the last two bubbles in one lock twist (Pic 27 through 29). This step is marked with arrows between points L and M on the scheme. The rest of the balloon is the sixteenth bubble. It is the tail.



Use the permanent marker to draw the face of the cat. Congratulations, you have made the cat (Pic 30).

To make the tiger you have to use an orange color balloon to make the cat. Don’t forget to draw black stripes on the body and the tail to make it look like a tiger. You can also use the body of the cat to make a lion 2 (look below).

Materials: two balloons, a permanent marker, scissors and an air pump.


To make the lion you have to use yellow or honey color balloon to make the cat body as described above and brown or black balloon to make the mane. Inflate a brown or black balloon and twist a chain of three (about three—inch each) bubbles to make the mane (Pic 31).

Attach the nozzle (point A on the scheme 2) of the brown balloon between the head and the body of the cat (Pic 32).

Lock the free end of the first bubble (point B on the scheme 2) of the brown balloon around the ninth bubble (the ear) of the yellow balloon (Pic 33 and 34).


Lock the free end of the second bubble (point C on the scheme 2) of the brown balloon around the seventh bubble (the ear) of the yellow balloon (Pic 35 and 36).


Lock the free end of the third bubble (point D on the scheme 2) of the brown balloon between the head and the body of the cat (Pic 37 through 39).



Congratulations, you have made the lion 2 (Pic 40 and 41). Have fun and happy twisting :)

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