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Step 1 : Loop one end of the pipe cleaner to form a U-shape as shown in the diagram about 4 cm
Step 2 : Hold the short end of the pipe cleaner and twist the loop twice in an anti-clockwise direction to form the shape as shown in the diagram. Twisted joint
Step 3 : Make a second U-loop of the same length to the right of the first loop. A second U-loop to the right of the first one
Step 4 : Twist the loop twice in an anti-clockwise direction like in the first loop. Form a second loop
Step 5 : Repeat step 3 and 4 three more times until you have five loops altogether. Ensure that you have a tail of about 3 to 4 cm long
Step 6 : Hold Loops 5 and 1 together and twist them once in an anti-clockwise direction to secure the petals firmly. Twist loops 5 and 1 together to secure the petals firmly
Step 7 : Place the flower over a paper clip as shown in the diagram. Flower is placed over a paper clip Ensure that paper clip is placed in this manner
Step 8. Wind the tail in and out of the paper clip to secure the flower to it. Tail is wound round the clip
Step 9 : The Friendship Pin/Bookmark is ready to be used.
Exchange your Friendship Pin/Bookmark with your friends.
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