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Project #105: Circus

Tuesday, 21 February 2012 by Irene Hoofs

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Circus by Véronique from Pichouline

What you'll need:
*1 cardboard A4
*pencil
*ruler
*tape (transparent – masking)
*glue
*cord – I used a cotton silver cord
*wooden stick / toothpick
*knife
*scissors

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Step 1:
Cut 8 papers strips from the cardboard. The strips are approximately 1 by 29 cm.
Step 2:
Make a round basement for your circus. Tape 2 strips together.
Step 3:
Cut 4 large fence “rail” strips, height +/- 29cm. Glue them on the basement. You will use them to make the roof.
Fold the top of the large strips so that they meet and form a peak. Secure with glue or tape, leaving a small hole for the flag.

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Step 4:
Cut 9 small fence “rail” strips, height +/- 4cm.
Glue the fence "rail" strips of cardboard on the basement. Leave one sight open as the entrance of the circus.
Step 5:
Make 1 flag and 2 garlands with the cord, wooden stick and masking tape. To make them, cut 2 lengths of cords and wrap lengths of tape around the cord or stick so that each one sticks to itself. Tape and glue them to decorate the circus.

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..Pichouline          ..All images by Véronique

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