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How to make a windmill out of a milk carton

Step 1. To make this windmill, use an empty milk container for the house. Step 2. Cut windows on the sides or paste colored paper on it. Step 3. The roof is made from cardboard, attached with cellophane tape or Scotch tape

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    How to Make Milk Carton Windmills That Spin for Kids

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