Now we’re going to take that little regular
dog that we made in the last section and turn it in to a little poodle. See I made his nose,
then his little ears, twist them together, 2, 3, pinch twist the neck, twist it three
times so it doesn’t come undone. Reminding you to hold it with your left hand otherwise
it’s likely just to bounce right back to you. Pinch it and twist it and hold it. Come down
the body, one, two, three. Now, this is where we start to add, little toes. With a pinch
twist a little turn, a little foot and another one, mirror the legs together. And lock twist
them in to place, you can see that bit of elastic there, lock twist them in to place.
So you can see that’s a little bit more dainty than a regular dog. Pinch and twist the body.
Come down to the bottom of his leg. We’re going to need a little bit more air, so I’m
going to push the balloon down to create a little bit more air and a little bit more
space for me to work with. A little toe. Pinch and twist. Another one. One, two, three. Mirror
the balloon with the leg, the same size. Pinch it and twist with my right hand. Lock twist
them together and want a little pom pom tail so we’re going to hold the balloon and need
to push down hard and you get that little pom pom. There he is, what a wonderful creation
to give out.