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PrintFriends - Learn How To Make Your FREE Cloppins Finger Puppet with Ruth Pickett
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Hey, Molkozoy here. Now listen, this is a video on how to print and make people print but what’s very important is that you don’t make my evil—Mingernaught. He’s a complete pain in the—of course I want to make this. I'm the best site and I’ll kill them if they don’t.
Hello PrintFriends, better watch out. It's double trouble this week because we’re making power—Molkozoy and Mingernaught. I hope you're feeling crafty. Before we begin, you’ll need your free print out kit. To download this, click on Molkozoyspace on the banner of the top of our YouTube.com/PrintFriendsChannel.
Well, the Molkozoy and Mingernaught have dual personality’s underworld domination complex and really very simple to make. You’ll need all the usual “boom” plus—named Raul.
“Hello, my name is Raul. I play with fairies.”
Follow the guidelines and cut around the edges. Remember, Mingernaught might try to kill you at this point. So, try to hold him carefully.
Fold and glue this.
If you like to play it safe and use Molkozoy on his own, you can use this strip. Fold into it and attach it to the back of him. Then pat your fingers through it and cut off the sides.
“You better make me as well or you’ll be sorry.”
Or, if you're making him double sided, cut those and glue that sides using the siding guide to fit your hand. I'm using the smallest size so my tiny little claw at hand. But, if you are a fatty, go massive.
Then, do that hand gesture that the cool kids do. No! Not that one, this one. And put this inside to make the arm.
“You’d better make my special helmet!”
“Stop interrupting Mingernaught. Raul is making that.”
To make special helmet, take a piece of paper and throw it over fairies!
“No Raul. That’s wrong—I have to do everything myself in tight.”
To make the helmet, first you have to find it at my PrintFriends Facebook fan page. Cut it out then, fold along the diagonal so that the purple part is on the outside and fold it on the horizontal and diagonal line again with the purple part on the outside. Next, fold this exact section upwards and the triangles downwards to form an “M” shape for Mingernaught and Molkozoy and glue as indicated.
Now, fold this section upward and fold it on these lines like this to form a nose shape. And again, glue it into place. Fold the lines along here upward to form the ear. And put it all upward and then do the ears together. Finally, use a hole punch to make the holes for Mingernaught’s eye. If I were you, I’d make them rather small so he can’t really see where he’s going. And then, he’s less likely to kind of take over the world. Take your time and line it up fully.
Oh dear! I haven’t done that terribly well. Lastly, glue the heads together and put on the helmet.
“Ruth, you’re a complete imbecile. You might have given me a—helmet but nothing will stop me in taking over the world!”
Print and make all of Molkozoy and Mingernaught helpless victims and follow their maniac o’madness at YouTube.com//PrintFriends.