How to Quill a Bird

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How to Quill a Bird
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Gather Materials

Gather Materials

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Measure and cut out the card stock, body: 5 ( 1-inch-wide) strips, 3,4,5,6,& 7 inches long

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Roll the body parts into circles, overlap their ends about 1/4 an inch

Roll the body parts into circles, overlap their ends about 1/4 an inch

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Secure with tape

Secure with tape

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Pinch together

Pinch together

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Secure with tape

Secure with tape

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Head: 2 ( 1- inch- wide) strips, 2 1/2 and 3 1/2 inches long

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Do the same as the head: roll, tape, pinch, & tape, again.

Do the same as the head: roll, tape, pinch, & tape, again.

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Tail: 5 (1 1/2- inch-wide) strips, 2,3,4,5 & 6 inches long

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Curl the ends of the tail pieces with a pencil

Curl the ends of the tail pieces with a pencil

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Lay them together and staple

Lay them together and staple

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Tape/glue the body to the tail. TIP: If it's to flimsy, add extra glue/tape

Tape/glue the body to the tail. TIP: If it's to flimsy, add extra glue/tape

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Under the tail pieces use little tape pockets to make it less flimsy

Under the tail pieces use little tape pockets to make it less flimsy

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Beak: 1( 1 - by 2- inch) strip

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Fold the beak part in half and draw a beak on it as shown

Fold the beak part in half and draw a beak on it as shown

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Cut out the beak

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Fold back the tabs

Fold back the tabs

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Attach the beak to the head with little tape pockets

Attach the beak to the head with little tape pockets

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Eyes: 1 by 1 1/2 inch strip

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Roll the eye piece on the toothpick, then secure it with tape

Roll the eye piece on the toothpick, then secure it with tape

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Shove the black piece in between the two head circles with a tape pocket on it

Shove the black piece in between the two head circles with a tape pocket on it

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If you want to make the eye pieces smaller, trim it

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Tape the head on

Tape the head on

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