Posted by The Huffington.com on Wednesday, July 14, 2018 07:29:56Baby bears are a natural part of the forest, but you can make them even more fun and interesting by creating a baby elephant.
It’s not hard to do, and it takes only a few minutes.
Step 1: First you’ll need a woodcut.
A woodcut is a piece of wood that you can use to carve your elephant, or even a wooden car.
The easiest way to make an elephant is by using a tree as a template.
Step 2: Next, you’ll want to choose a sturdy tree trunk that’s at least 1.5 feet tall and about one foot wide.
Step 3: Then, cut a hole in the top of the trunk.
Step 4: Next you’ll cut a few large pieces of wood, each about four inches across and about 1.25 inches tall.
Step 5: Next to the trunk, you can cut a piece about three inches wide that’s about one-quarter of an inch thick.
Step 6: Next cut a little bit of glue around the outside of the tree.
Step 7: Cut the pieces into pieces about two inches in diameter.
Step 8: Now, you’re ready to attach your baby elephant to the tree trunk.
Step 9: You can either attach it to a branch, or tie it to the ground.
Step 10: The elephant will stand upright, and you can take photos of it as you go.
Step 11: Finally, when you’re finished, you just need to remove the elephant from the tree and you’re done!
Step 12: This process is really simple, and I’ve seen it done on all sorts of tree trunks.
The process is usually a little different for each species, so you may need to adjust the instructions.
You can see a video of the process here.