Materials: a balloon; an air pump and a permanent marker.
Inflate a balloon leaving a seven—inch flat tail (Pic 1).
Twist the first two—inch bubble (Pic 2). It’s the tail of the giraffe.
The next four bubbles you twist to make the rear legs. Twist the second two—inch bubble (Pic 3).
Twist the third one—inch bubble (Pic 4).
Twist the fourth one—inch bubble (Pic 5).
Twist the fifth two—inch bubble (Pic 6).
Lock both ends of the chain of the last four (the second through the fifth) bubbles in one lock twist (Pic 7). This step is marked with arrows between points A and B on the scheme.
Twist the sixth two—inch bubble (Pic 8). It’s the body.
The next four bubbles you twist to make the front legs. Twist the seventh two—inch bubble (Pic 9).
Twist the eighth one—inch bubble (Pic 10).
Twist the ninth one—inch bubble (Pic 11).
Twist the tenth two—inch bubble (Pic 12).
Lock both ends of the chain of the last four (the seventh through the tenth) bubbles in one lock twist (Pic 13). This step is marked with arrows between points C and D on the scheme. The rest of the balloon is the eleventh bubble.
Split the eleventh bubble on two bubbles and pump the twelfth bubble to the end of the balloon making a flat neck between the eleventh and the twelfth bubble (Pic 14). You have made the neck and the head of the giraffe.
Use the permanent marker to draw the face and the body of the giraffe (Pic 15). Congratulations, you have made the giraffe. It looks like a baby giraffe and probably it is the smallest giraffe on the planet. It looks nicer if you put it next to giraffe 1. Have fun and happy twisting :)