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Paper Cowboy Moustache
November 4th, 2012 by Craftylocks
This is a very easy and cute way for kids to quickly sprout a great cowboy moustache.
You need some moustache colored paper and some ribbon or string. Cut out some shapes as pictured, they do not need to be exact. Read through all the steps and you will see how they layer up.
Thread the string through the ‘handlebar’ shaped piece, this is the back of the moustache and the string or ribbon will tie around the cowboys head to hold it on. Cut some slits into the larger piece of paper and the ‘hanging down’ part of back handle bar shape.
Use a pencil to curl the paper, including the individual strips.
Glue the individual curled pieces of paper onto the back handlebar shape, and then glue the large piece on top.
As I already have lots of cowgirl type gear, all I really needed was this moustache!
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