(banjo music) – Hi welcome to Little Aboudi again. Today we’re gonna make my pop ups. Today I’m going to make
in reverse letters, so first we’re going to make a Z. So we need glue, scissors, three coloring pencils that you can choose and two sheets of papers. First you fold the paper in half. One here, one there. See that you can make these
straight lines but I’m going to fix it. It normally happens. Alright, that’s half. Okay, now if you open it up, that’s a card. You need to draw, take your
color, draw the outline of the Z. And then color it, you
can color it also by the same color of the outline. (coloring sounds) Okay, time for pink. So this is not pink, that’s magenta. So time for magenta. (coloring sounds) And then take orange; take the last color of your favorite one. Then use scissors, cut it out. (cutting sounds) Why the support is here?
Because the support must go like this. If without a support, you can still
do it. You can still do it, you can fold this line. So take the glue, open it up, stick it. And then once you’re done sticking, stick it right over there. And then there we go, that is done. Once you close it, it will fold in half. Then there we go, you’ll
have to pull this up. There we go, look at that. (melancholy music) Take a paper, draw any
color with the outline. Once you’re done writing this
outline, color in different colors or in the same color of
that outline. (coloring sounds) Once you’re done coloring,
take the scissors and cut. (cutting sounds) (pages turning) (cutting sounds) We are going to cut the inside now, fold it like this…
so that you can see that and cut it. There we go, we are done cutting. Now fold the second paper in half and there are two supports here, there are two supports here. One. Two. So you’ll have to fold them. So why the support is here?
Because the supports will attach to the book (card). Take the glue, There we go, and now… stick time. There we go, now you have your A stand. (turning pages) See, look close. (turning pages) Thanks for watching,
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