How Do I Make a Welsh Dragon?

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To make a Welsh dragon, first, get the material, and then cut out each shape carefully while noting the labelled slots alphabetically (A to I). Then, cut each of the dotted lines to slot the pieces together, and then bend wings along the centre and slide slots A and B. After that, insert one foot into slot G and repeat with the remaining feet into slots H, J and I. Finally, slide slots C and D and E and F together, and then fix then with a little tape if it is necessary.
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To make a welsh dragon, inflate a large and a small balloon, attach them together with duct tape and then crumple up newspaper into two cones that you'll attach onto the larger balloon using duct tape. Crumple up newspaper into two tiny cones, which you'll attach underneath the smaller balloon: heat a mixture of 4 cups of flour and 2 cups of water, then dip the newspaper pieces into the mixture and let the structure dry completely. Cut out a hole for your head at the bottom of the dragon's head, pop the balloons using a pin and then paint the outside of the welsh dragon in red.
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1. Inflate a large and a small balloon, and tie the ends tightly. Attach the small balloon to the larger one using duct tape. 2. Crumple up newspaper into two small cones. Attach
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There was a welsh dragon (red) that fought an English dragon (white) but the welsh dragon won and Wales was aloud to use a red dragon for the flag.
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The Welsh flag is really recent, and was only adopted in 1959. The origins of the red dragon being associated with Wales are unclear, and possibly mythical. Henry V flew a standard
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