Introduction: Chicken-In-A-Bottle!

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Hi, this is my entry in the pocket-sized contest!It is a Easter chicken in a jar or bottle.You can always carry it with you!Oh, this is my first Instructable!Oh, and I'm Australain, so any odd terms, ask!This is my entry in the Pocket Contest!

Step 1: You Need!

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You need:
Small jars, eg from an Op-Shop ( a small churchy secondhand shop!)
Easter Chickens, (Everywhere around easter)
A pen/ pencil, ( your desk)
Blu Tack, (officeworks!)

Step 2: Preperation

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Open the jar and blu-tack the lil' chooks feet!

Step 3: Stuff It

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Shove the li'l fella in there!

Step 4: Neaten!

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Fix him up!Use that pen!

Step 5: The Lid!

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Easy! Put on the lid!

Step 6: Done!

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Ta daa!All Done! So that is my contest entry.
Please vode for me, or the one you like most!
Thank you!


charchar2 (author)2011-04-13

The green one is sooo cute!!!

KM53 (author)2011-03-17

I love them!

Doctor Freeman (author)2010-08-24

hmm... wonder if you could stuff a fullgrown chicken inside so it doesent take up space in the fridge

As in an alive one?

either dead or alive if its alive if its yours you dont have to kill it the lack of air does (no i would not do this to my animals or anybody elses i let them live to they go)

Morbid Much?

susanfromhauntspace (author)2009-10-27

these are so cute!

Yeah, people always say that.

i don't think its cute :)

precision (author)2010-07-11

Very cute.

Warlrosity (author)precision2010-07-11

Thank you.

cogni (author)2010-04-04

Chook means chicken I guess! Cute!

NicOmbra (author)2009-09-03


noobie605 (author)2009-08-15


Warlrosity (author)noobie6052009-08-16


ChrysN (author)2009-07-22


Warlrosity (author)ChrysN2009-07-23

Thank you!

uguy (author)2009-07-22

No air holes?

About This Instructable




Bio: Hi! I'm Jack! I always have such trouble with these darn things.
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