Pandahall Video Tutorial on How to Make Lovely Felt Bird Attached to Message Book
Summary: Like easy felt craft? Then let me show you a Pandahall video tutorial on how to make lovely felt bird attached to message book. Hoping you will love it.
You should not miss today’s Pandahall project if you are always interested in some easy felt crafts. Now, I am going to share you a Pandahall video tutorial on how to make lovely felt bird attached to message book. Sounds funny, right? It is a great idea to attach it onto the message book and you can have a try if you like this design.
Music Credits: 志倉千代丸 - やさしい星座
Supplies needed for the lovely felt bird:
Mixed Color Felt
Iron Jump Rings
Flat Nose Pliers
Instruction on how to make lovely felt bird attached to message book:
1st, draw the shape we need on the different colored felts;
2nd, cut off them according to the paints and we can get four pieces of yellow felts, two pieces of black circular felts, four pieces of white circular felts, and three pieces of orange felts (as shown in the video);
3rd, glue the black felt onto the white felt and add little white piece onto the center part of the black felt;
4th, make another same “eye” pattern in the same ways with the black and white felts;
5th, glue the two eyes patterns onto the big yellow felt;
6th, glue the two small pieces of the yellow felts onto the yellow felt on the two sides;
7th, add this orange triangle felt onto the yellow felt to be as its nose;
8th, glue the two orange stripes onto the yellow felt, then cut off the extra part according to your choice;
9th, glue the two ends of the orange stripes together, then add another piece of the yellow felt onto the back;
10th, connect the lovely felt bird part with the message book together by two jump rings.
Here is the final look of this lovely bird attached to message book:
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Now, have you mastered the skills of this bird felt making through this video? Anyway, we just need to prepare the felts firstly then glue them together in order. Are you going to make one?