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In this great art video learn how to make a cool finger puppet very easily.
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Where am I now? I thought I was going to Vegas oh no looks like this is the video on how to download and make me for free.
How are you Print friends? Well, if isn’t time to rip out to a safety scissors and make everyone’s favorite time traveling thinker. Well hi folks! Before you can help Fistigan to head long into the time gold vortex, you’ll need a free printout kit. To download this kit on Fistigan, on the banner on the top on youtube.com/printfriendschanell, this begins a tough little cookie to make with both this workable and disabled mix. I hope your feeling properly. You’ll need all the usual Fitigan plus an elastic bands and a teabag drown the teabag.
Print your stick on card and then stay his half and shirt using the teabag. Don’t get them too wet or he’ll end up more briefly than relevant with the sun bag addiction, leaving to dry the hell out. All are the guidelines, and cut around the edges. Remember this can travels in time when he reaches 1.8 miles per hour, so don’t cut too fast or he might shot off into a run hole and accidentally he’ll end up in bed with Helen of Troy. Luckily to crap it old cougher, it needs elastic bands to hold his joints together.
So use a pencil push it through the cusses to make little holes then push elastic bands through the holes then push elastic bands through the holes and tie knots to hold them in place. If you don’t know how to tie knots, you do need a cub cot to turns up with your door try to flap your cookies. Next, click one of these two boxes to select whether you’d like to make Fistigan’s running or wobbling legs. Hurry up time waits for no man that is working legs. Put Fistigan’s little boots to fit your fingers and glue them together, his boots not your fingers. You can also pop a little bit blue tacking inside his beads so your fingers don’t slip out.
Finally stick the legs to Fistigan’s body. Lastly, you’ll need to make Fistigan’s backpack. You love to find it for—he’s left it on his Facebook profile page and also on our print friend Facebook fan page. Then fold a long the diagonal so that the green card is on the outside. Open it backup and fold it along the horizontal lines insert the green parties on the inside. Then push the columns so that it folds into triangular shape, with the front part of the backpack on the inside, I’ll reach at the corners up towards the top. Then fold it to the corners in towards the middle. You need to fold the bottom corners upwards and tack them in just here, not underneath, inside, and finally, my favorite part, blow to inflate. Squeeze it into a correct shape and glue it to his back and now Fistigan is ready to travel for the world, thanks.
Tack your own Fistigan to help him remember where he’s been on our print friends Facebook fan page. You can print to make all of his friends past presence or future at youtube.com/printfriends.