Run, run… the dragon’s coming!

30.01.2018

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There’s no good Carnival festival without a little monster. Today we are going to learn how to make a terrifying dragon’s tail, ideal for the kids to run about with and have fun.

 

MATERIALS

APLI scissors

APLI white glue

APLI Dressy Bond

APLI stapler

Stuffing

 

STEP 1

Cut a yellow triangle of Dressy Bond fabric.

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STEP 2

Take the green Dressy Bond fabric, cut a long strip and fold it in half lengthwise. Cut a zig-zag on the folded part.

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STEP 3

Join the two pieces as indicated in the photo and glue on both sides.

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STEP 4

When the white glue has dried, staple along the joint to reinforce it.

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STEP 5

Turn the cone inside out, and it’s done!

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STEP 6

Now stuff it well, so the tail is rigid.

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STEP 7

Cut a piece of round cloth and staple it to act as a lid. Finally, attach two tapes so it can be tied to the kid’s waist with a knot.

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Your children have now become Dinos for this Carnival, time to play!

 

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