This one is more difficult to cut than the other can crab, which is why i've posted it as a seperate instructable...the main objective is to use as much of the can as possible, including the top and bottom parts of the can
Step 1: Materials Required
have included the template i used, though please feel free to customize your own..
the main objective is to use as much of the can as possible, including the top and bottom parts of the can
Step 2: Cutting
the legs and claws need to be on the bottom section, so its heavy and can sit upright later.
be mindful of the continuous connecting strip at the back, coz this is what will connect the two sections together and you don't want to accidentally cut through it.
Step 3: Folding
1) Fold the eye pods up and punch holes in them
2) fold the inner finger of the claws
3)fold the tips of the legs (pointy feet)
4) fold the connecting flap into a simple accordion fold so that the top jaw now bobs up and down over the rest of the body
5) fold the legs to be like a crabs..or twist them any other way you like..
6) the tab on the top can be folded down, or left standing upo so you can suspend the tin crab from a window or anywhere else