Start with 8 red pipe cleaners and bend them all in half. Twist each one several times until they are tightly coiled. Group them all together with the same orientation (folded end on one side and the pointy ends on the other). Wrap a black pipe cleaner around the pointed end side of the bunch.... Continue Reading →
With a white pipe cleaner, make a thin rectangle with rounded sides. This will be the sides, top and bottom of the penguin body. Add additional pipes to round out the front and back of the body. Fold 3 yellow pipe cleaners in half and cut at the halfway point. Fold all six of... Continue Reading →
This little pipe cleaner elephant will take about an hour to make. Start with legs by grabbing a pen and wrapping a single pipe cleaner around it, keeping the coils tightly together. At the end of the coil leave a small end to stick out. Make 4 of these. With the ends that are... Continue Reading →
Start by creating the legs. They will be created in pairs by folding 2 black pipe cleaners in half. Then put them together with the rounded edge out and leave a little bit of extra space at each end. Twist them together. Create 4 of these pairs of legs. Take one pair of legs... Continue Reading →
This pipe cleaner (chenille stem) turtle will take less than 1 hour to build and is very easy to construct.
This pipe cleaner spider is an easy project that should take less than 1 hour. You will need around 6 red and 10 black pipe cleaners (chenille stems). A wire cutter is also necessary for this animal. Start by folding 4 red and 2 black pipe cleaners in half and cutting them in the middle,... Continue Reading →