Do you know girls who want their own horse or pony? There must be a lot of. But do you also know a horse who wants a girl? .. The horse Palomino can only think of one thing, he wants a girl! In this amazing picture book I want a girl! of Michael Escoffier and Matthieu Maudet (publishing house Leopold) you can read the adventure of the horse Palomino, why he wants a real human girl. Are his parents okay?? Because having a girl of her own, what's all in that?? I won't tell you too much about this funny book, but it's a wonderful gift for all the tough and sweet girls who would really like to have their own pony!
You really don't get your own pony? Too bad, but distress, you can always craft this tough horse Palomino, and his friend Arizona you can also make it yourself! I'm sure you can keep it and put it in your room.! It is not difficult, because the template and the working method can be found below! So now go to a gallop, and quickly craft Palomino, your very best and cutest horse friend!
View HERE the view copy of the picture book I want a girl!
To print out, the front
To print out, the back (or vice versa:)
You will need: toilet rolls, free printables, yellow and orange paint, black marker, 8 popsicle sticks, needle pen, glue stick for paper, all slime for the sticks, tape for the tails, 2 long pieces of black wool and scissors.
Cut out the 4 horse heads coarsely. Stick one side of each horse on a piece of cardboard of eg. a cereal or pizza box. Stick it with a fine stick, like Creall Kid's Glue.
Paint the four heads and let it dry for a while.
Black the mane with a black marker or give it a different color mane. Pink or purple will also find Palomino very nice!
Now cut out the heads neatly and glue the backs to each other.
Paint two wcrollen in yellow and in orange. These are the bodily.
Lay two legs (sorry, it's natural legs!) on the table, glue them in (with allslime) and put the roll on top. Now no longer sit on, but wait patiently for 10 minutes until it gets stuck!
Turn the bodily over and with the help of a support something like this example, now glue the other legs to. Here too: patience and do not sit at it:)
If the legs are firmly fixed, you can shorten the legs a little. You can, but of course you don't have to.
To make a beautiful tail, wrap wool several times (10x or so) to make a wcrol. Tie the top with a double button. After that, cut the threads at the bottom through.
How to find Palomino's tail? He doesn't have a girl who can braid it.. he finds that a bit unfortunate. But maybe you want to do it for him?
Punch a hole in his buttock with the puncture pin and strangle the two strings through. Sits the tail a little tight? Then attach the two strings to the inside of his bodice with adhesive tape.
Arizona does get a tail with braids. After all, he has a girl who does that to him, sometimes he also gets braids in his mane and he is often brushed.
With a piece of tape you can close the braids, a rubber band around it is so priegelig and difficult, and this is just as beautiful, yet?
Here too the two strings (with which the knot is made) pass through the hole of the puncture pin and are simply glued to the inside.
Here the boys show their tail bunches, and their black hooves (black with the marker)
Palomino also gets the medal (rosette), which he really earned. Read the book if you want to know why he got that reward!
Arizona is very happy with its braided tail.
Posing Palomino, with the used items!
Arizona, of course, wants his muzzle in there too, go ahead but!
Oh, dear, we almost forgot the glue stick Creall Kid's Glue! And it glues so fine!
Yes, Palomino, you are of course very proud that you are the protagonist of the book.
Are you standing on that beautiful book with your muddy hooves?
So, upright that book, that's a lot better! And now wave, to all the lovely girls, who would love to have a horse! Greetings from the Palomino and Arizona!
Fancy to craft more horses?
Creall Studio Acrylics acrylic paint yellow - more info
Creall Studio Acrylics orange - more info
Creall Kid's Gl; ue stick - more info