Balloon Twisting - Poodle

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Introduction: Balloon Twisting - Poodle

About: Hi, I am Tony. A balloon twisting class teacher. Nice to meet you.

Hi there. =) Today we are going to learn how to twist a Poodle. ^^

Step 1: Preparation to Twist a Poodle

Get your pump and balloon. Strech your balloon before you pump it. Pump your balloon and left the tail for about 2 and 1/2 inches and tie up the balloon.

Step 2: Lets Make the Head of the Poodle

Hold the tip of the balloon pull a little bit and let go. Press some air from behind of the balloon to front. Next, twist 1 inche, twist 2 round, twist 1and 1/2 inche, twist 2 round, twist 1 inche, twist 2 round. Then, take the 2nd and 4th balloon parts, fold it and twist in together 2 round. Adjust a little bit, there it is, the head of the Poodle.

Step 3: Lets Make the Front Portion of the Poodle

Twist 2 inche, twist 2 round, repeat this step 3 times. Take the 2nd and 3rd parts of the balloon, fold it and twist it together. You will get the front leg of the Poodle. =)

Step 4: Lets Make the Rear Portion of the Poodle

Twist 2 inche, twist 2 rounds, repeat this step 3 times.Take the 2nd and 3rd parts of the balloon fold it and twist it together. Adjust the leg of the poodle. Tada! ^^

Step 5: Lets Make the Tricky Part Here, the Boing~ Tail~

Twist 1 inche, hold the remainding part of the balloon and press the air instantly to behind. Twist it many times and pull the twisted part of the balloon and released it.( this step will prevent the air from behind to go forward)

Step 6: Draw the Eyes and Mouth of the Poodle

Draw the eyes and mouth of the Poodle. Done!

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    3 Discussions

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    attosa
    attosa

    2 years ago

    I've never made one but now I'd love to try!

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    jessyratfink
    jessyratfink

    2 years ago

    Well done! I'm enjoying your instructables! I've always wondered how to make these. :)

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    TonySeah
    TonySeah

    Reply 2 years ago

    Oh, thank you. ^^