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Once connected, the wings can be posed in different ways. Fold them down over the writing to ﬁt the card in the envelope.
R P F S T E P E E P ✭ T W ✭ S T E Cut the head pattern out of red craft foam and then hot glue the nose end of the headpiece under the end of the hat’s bill. Hot glue the round nostrils, unpainted side down, onto the bill so that they extend out from either edge of the nose. E P O Head E Working with one piece at a time, brush gold paint onto the two Styrofoam eggs (for eyes) and two Styrofoam balls (for nostrils). Cover most of the piece, but leave a small unpainted area for gluing onto the hat.
T ✭ ST E P Cut sixteen pieces of tulle off the spool at random lengths between 18"–26" (46cm–66cm). Fold each piece in half lengthwise and trim it at an angle so one end of each of the tailpieces is tapered. Cut the tail pattern out of white craft foam and then staple the center of the elastic to the bottom edge of the wide end of the foam tail. ✭ ST E P 2 Garland T W O Bunch the ﬂat end of the tulle pieces together and lay them inside the tail base above the elastic. Roll the wide foam end over the tailpieces, applying hot glue to each section of foam as you roll.