How to make your own peacock bed in under 30 minutes

This peacock crib could make your life easier if you’re planning a visit to the mall or holiday.

Picture: RNZ / Rebekah Parsons-KingWith a little DIY, it’s as simple as using the fabric scraps leftover from your last Christmas dinner.

Just take a few strips of fabric and weave them together to make a pillow, then cut a hole in the middle and lay it over a bedding surface.

Then use a few pieces of fabric from the pillow to build a canopy of sorts.

You can then cut it up and wrap it around the bedding.

Once the peacock has been placed on the bed, you can put the blanket over it.

If you’d rather not use the blanket as a canopy, you could cut it out of the fabric and put it in a pocket.

And you can make it any colour you like.

It’s a simple and creative project, so don’t feel guilty if you don’t make a whole pillow.

The peacock is not an aggressive creature but is still very social.

It’s also a favourite with people who like to take pictures of it.

The baby is also very cute and it’s always a joy to watch it interact with other animals.

This is the kind of project that you can’t help but enjoy, said Jane Fyfe, an animal conservationist and founder of the peacocks project.

“They are very sociable and very curious, they’re not always aggressive, they are always very gentle and loving.”

The peacocks are so popular that Jane is even trying to raise money for a project to see them adopted as pets.

She said the project was a natural extension of her love for animals and that she would like to see her peacocks adopted in the future.

“I’m trying to help them become part of the family and hopefully it’ll help me out as a person.”

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