1. Print out the patterns and transfer the egg shaped pattern twice on the cardstock and cut out. You may choose to cut out 2 wings out of the wing shaped pattern or use feathers for wings.
2. Transfer the beak pattern once onto the yellow cardstock and cut out.
3. Fold the chenille in half and form a foot on each end. The images shows how to fold the chenille into a foot form. Create a “m” shape and twist the end then around the “ankle”. This will secure the foot. Do the same on the other side as well.
4. Lay one egg flat on the table and spread an even coat of thick tacky glue on it. Lay a feather at the top and one feather on each side of the egg. Place the folded end of the legs at the bottom.
5. Spread an even coat of glue onto the other egg and lay the glued side down onto the other egg. Press the pieces together and use paper clips to hold them together until they are dry.
6. Glue the beak on the chick and dot 2 eyes over the beak.
7. Stand the chick up. It should be able to stand on its own. If this is not possible try to bend the legs and feet somewhat. If it still does not want to stand, you may place double sided adhesive foil on the bottom of its feet and that will help it stand secure.