Step 3: The Wings

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<p>just a question, because I'm in Australia and i don't have access to dollar bills, what size is a dollar bill in centimetres? could someone please tell me? I'm hangin' to make this dragon, it looks so cool!</p>
<p>6.5 cm by 15.5 cm</p>
<p>I don't live in America so I had to make do with some carefully measured paper... I thin kit looks much better if you use the dollar bill.</p>
How do you get the wings to stay?
<p>maybe use paper glue? That's what I would do</p>
Otherwise this model is awesome! Can't wait to show everyone
your dragon is awesome! i loved it!!!!!!!!!
hw do u access the smaller pics at the bottom??
I just made one out of peices of paper about 2x as large as a doller bill and I tested its flying abilitys... it flew half way across the biggest room in the house
nice! im gonna try it.
awsome thats a great dragon <br>
do you take both of the dallors because we tryed it and it didnt work
Great looking dragon, I don't think I've ever seen one made out of a dollar bill before, nicely done!
Thanks. :) I'm not completely sure where I learned this, but it was probably from a book.

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