Step 2: Start with the paper for your body. Place your paper in the slit of your slotted tool. Begin to turn your tool, tightly coiling your paper around itself. Once your entire strip of paper has been wrapped, slide it off of your tool. Let your paper uncoil a bit. You want your body to be around 3.5 cm. Glue the end of your paper to the outside of your circle.
Step 3: Make the remaining parts of your bird.
- Feet and Beak: Start wrapping the paper for your feet on your slotted tool. Make your circle a little looser than you did for your body. Let your paper uncoil. You want your feet to be around 12 mm. Glue the end of your paper to the outside of your circle. Repeat this step with the paper for your beak, except the circle for your beak will be 1/2 cm.
- Eye: Wrap the paper for your eye very tightly around your slotted tool. Pull the paper off and glue the end of you paper to your circle, keeping your circle nice and tight.
- Legs: Put glue on the end of the paper for your legs. Fold your paper in half, gluing one end to the other. Then fold your paper in half again.
- Tail: Using your slotted tool, begin wrapping one of your tails. Do 10 wraps around your tool. Pull your paper off of your tool. Repeat this with your other two tails.
Step 4: Grab your body. Create a teardrop shape and pinch one end. This will form your bird's body.
Step 5: Run your tweezers down the uncoiled part of your tail, forming a curve away from your circle coil. Repeat this with all of your tail pieces. Put glue on the back part of your pink tail and glue it to the front of your dark purple tail. Then glue your light purple tail to your pink tail.
Step 6: Take your beak and using your tweezers, press down in the middle of your circle to form a crescent.
Step 7: Take your feet and using your tweezers, press down on one side of your circle, then press down on the other side of your circle. This will form three little toes. Repeat this step for the other foot.