Monday, March 4, 2013

Balloon duck


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


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

The first three bubbles you twist to make the head. Twist the first two—inch bubble (Pic 2).

Twist the second soft one—inch bubble (Pic 3).

Lock both ends of the second bubble in one lock twist (Pic 4). This step is marked with arrows between points B and C on the scheme.

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

Lock both ends of the chain of the first three bubbles in one lock twist (Pic 6). This step is marked with arrows between point A and D on the scheme.

Twist the fourth soft four—inch bubble (Pic 7).

Lock both ends of the fourth bubble in one lock twist (Pic 8). This step is marked with arrows between point D and E on the scheme.

Twist the fifth soft four—inch bubble (Pic 9).

Lock both ends of the fifth bubble in one lock twist (Pic 10). This step is marked with arrows between point E and F on the scheme.

The next bubble you twist to make the neck. Twist the sixth three—inch bubble (Pic 11).

The next two bubbles you twist to make the body and wings. Twist the seventh nine—inch bubble (Pic 12).

Lock both ends of the seventh bubble in one lock twist (Pic 13). This step is marked with arrows between point G and H on the scheme.

Twist the 8th eleven—inch bubble (Pic 14). The rest of the balloon is the ninth bubble.

Lock both ends of the eighth bubble in one lock twist (Pic 15). This step is marked with arrows between point H and I on the scheme.

Force and fix the seventh bubble half way in the loop of the eighth bubble (Pic 16 through 18).



Fix all bubbles in proper positions. Use a red balloon to make a beak. Twist and tie off one soft five—inch bubble. Cut off the rest of the red balloon (Pic 19 through 22).




Tie both ends of the beak bubble between the head and the neck (Pic 23 through 26). Use the permanent marker to draw the face of the duck. 




Fix all bubbles in proper positions. Congratulations, you have made the duck (Pic 27). Have fun and happy twisting :)
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