Congratulations on your set of connected Lost and Hound postcards!
To get started you will need:
• Your three Lost and Hound postcards
• a paper-cutting knife
• a scoring tool (like a bone folder or a metal nail file)
• a straight edge
Cut the center line of your first postcard. The line is in the center of the card and runs two inches up from the bottom.
Cut the center line of your second postcard. The line is in the center of the card and runs two inches down from the top.
Slide the two cards together
Use your scoring tool and straight edge to crease the dashed lines.
Cut along the solid lines.
Fold along the dashed lines. Mountain folds should fold toward you, valley folds fold aways from you.
Glue one of the white squares on the thin rectangular piece to the white square on the cards.
Apply glue to the back portion of the dog’s body (where it’s white).
Attach the back half of the dog to the white shape on the base postcard.
Apply glue to the triangles on the folded flaps on the front paw.
Line up the crease on the front paw with the crease on the front half of the dog’s body. Attach the arm.
Apply glue to the other white square on the small rectangular piece. Allow this to lay flat as you turn the dog’s body across the cards.
Apply glue to the back of the paw. The white on the back of the paper will line up with the white on the postcard base.
Apply glue to the visible white triangle on the neck of the dog.
Attach the head to the neck, and you’re done!