INSTRUCTIONS ADORNED HORNS Step 1 Gather two sheets of aluminum foil. The bigger the sheets, the bigger the horns!

ABOUT Step 2 Starting from the bottom, roll the aluminum foil up until it meets the top and secure it with tape. Repeat with the second sheet of foil. You The Rubin Museum is celebrating the should now have two rolls of aluminum. Tibetan ! 2021 is the year of the . The metal element gives Step 3 Mold your rolls into the shape of horns by curving them upwards a wise, determined quality to the Ox. and making one side higher than the other. Pinch the higher side into Sometimes stubborn, the Metal Ox has a point. a strong sense of responsibility and is Step 4 Take some string, ribbon, or another material and tie it around your always ready to help those in need. head—just above your ears—to create a headband.

Step 5 Attach the horns near your temples by wrapping the one end around the headband and securing it with tape. (If you wear glasses, wrap the MATERIALS horns around the temples.) 1. Two sheets of aluminum foil 2. String, ribbon, or any material that can be used to wrap around your head 3. Tape 4. Scissors

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