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Hey everyone it's momo and today I'll show y'all how to make a funny ear cuff that is super awesome and fun to wear. Take a look...
1- 28 gauge wire 2- scissors3- round nose pliers4- glue 5- google eyes6- tape7- black or gray felt8- bright color felt
Cut out a small oval/circle out of the felt.
Now glue the eyes together onto the felt and cut a mustache out of the black or grey felt.
To make the top hat your going to need to cut out a 'inverted' (I guess) rectangle. Then cut out an oval. Glue them to each other and glue onto the fe...
To start the body, just take your wire, bend it in half and swirl it (sorry it's a bad pic)
Make a little 'hand' with the round nose pliers.
Then swirl it again to make the arm
Repeat the same thing on the other side, except with the other half of the wire.
Now take the 2 pieces if wire and bend them at 90 degrees. And repeat the same process you did for the arms
Make the body round so it fits on your ear. Do this by wrapping it like around a pen or something
Now take the adorable head and cover the wire in glue. Then attach the head delicately and put the piece of tape right over it. Press hard
Thank you everyone for reading have a mythical good day and if you haven't already, follow, become a member of the farm family and give a cow it's win...
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