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How to make a decorative, and completely edible, apple swan! I made a few modifications to the original idea, to get the effect you see here.
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All you really need for this little trick is an apple, and a knife. 2 additional butter-knives are helpful, but optional. Try cutting your apple at a slight ...
Take the half of the apple that still has the bottom attached, and place it face down on a cutting board. We're going to be making careful cuts ...
The goal is to cut each of these new wedges into 3 smaller wedges, then layer them together to give the effect of feathers and wings. The process ...
To form the head, we can use the other half of the apple and place it in-between our butter-knife spacers as we did the other one, except this ...
To finish up, just take your apple seeds and place them when you'd like the eyes to go, then press them into place with the side of one ...
If you try this with different apples, you get different looking birds. No 2 birds will look exactly the same. In fact, I think some of mine look ...
Well now you know how to take any ordinary apple, and convert it into a beautiful, and decorative, Apple Swan! If you liked this project, perhaps you'll like ...
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