part 2: www.youtube.com diagram: www.flickr.com
for this and the bride and? groom are all the pieces the same size?
could you please tell me how to? stick the cardboard to the swan,please?
how much do you need for the small verison
can i make? a video response ?
thats way too much , and its not that difficult and time consuming to make them , i? do them while watching tv
Hi juwelia777 my name is Chris and I don’t have the money to buy your premade pieces do you think u can send me 300 for free I know its a lot? to ask for but pls I always watch u videos and I sub pls
what is? the amount of pieces for the smaller boat you made
the list of pieces is for the big? model
do we need about 700 peices for the big model or the? small version you are making?
i made the base with 55? but it looks so much smaller than the original
oh! i love to look at your creativeness? jewell!!1 I try to make some of those!!!
THANKS! I ALREADY MADE A FEW PIECES SOOO IM? GOING TO START SOON
ok thx,? and do u by any chance know how to make an angel, like attach or make the wings?
All? I’m going to do over christmas break… cuz I have no life(:
ahh i see:)?
yup? look up 3d origami bride and groom
the things in the boat are kebab skewers to hold the cardboard bit at the top?
Just wondering if u made a video on how to make the Bride and Groom..?
julia, are? those nails?:)
sorry I wouldnt sell it, I wouldnt have time to make it again, that was just for a friend at? work
yes the big model shown and the diagram is? the regular boat
sorry I didnt count how many pieces, you’ll have to count/estimate from the way I build it in the vid (base of 20 multiplied by ___ rows, plus 4 + 3 +? 2 + 1 for the chest etc…)
no I used the same sized pieces but used? less pieces to make something smaller
can? i change the pionk and peach to x-mas colors?
i think, the smaller version would have the same amount? of paper listed BUT instead you use HALF of the rectangular paper you normally use… eg: you have a rectangle of 5cm by 3cm and you fold that in half vertically, then that will be 2.5cm by 3 cm so you use that to make a smaller version swan…
but im not 100% sure… i hope Jewellia answers your question
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