What is necessary for this card? 1. Sheet of cardboard size A4, blue. 2. Cardboard blue. 3. Adhesive tape bilateral. 4. Quilling paper - orange, blue, green, white, blue. 5. Scissors, special transparent glue. Initially, we take the blue cardboard, fold it in half so that we get the blank for the postcard. Then we cut out a square of 14x14 cm from a blue one and then attach it with a double-sided adhesive tape to the base of the postcard. When the base of the postcard is ready, we perform all the details for the peacock. Further, we need quilling paper, from which we need a blue 10 cm, blue 10 cm, orange 15 cm and 20 cm green. We connect with the help of glue blue with blue, then we attach orange, then green. We make 11 elements, each of which is given the form of "eye". Now we use two pieces of blue from quilling paper for 50 cm and form two parts for the torso of the peacock. To make a head, make a roll of blue paper and give it a month shape so that you can insert an eye. We take three pieces of blue quilling paper 2 cm each and twist it to make a peacock tuft. To make elements for the eye, take 5 cmwhite paper for quilling and 2 cm black, we perform two small rolls of white color and one small black. Then the resulting element (as in the picture) is inserted into the roll of blue color and glued. For the tail it will take 12 green rolls of the same size. From the blue paper we make the peacock's paws as in the photo. When all the elements are ready, you can start fixingpeacock on the basis. First, we form the tail of the green rolls, giving them the shape of a drop. Then, from the pieces of quilling paper of a green shade 2-3 cm long we complement the peacock's tail, inserting in the chaotic order the elements in the shape of the eye. Then we form and fasten the trunk, head and crest of feathers. Postcard with your own hands ready!