First up: A Windsock. Yeah, a windsock. I had the same question. What the heck is a windsock? Is it really a sock? That blows in the wind? Why would I want one? And is this what you do with the socks who lose a mate in the dryer? Cause if it is, then I have (literally) a drawer full of at least 100 socks searching for their partners, but somehow I don't think hanging them outside and watching them blow in the breeze is either pretty or helpful in finding their buddies.
As there were no pictures accompanying the windsock instruction that I found, I will share my version of a windsock, using all stuff we already had. But I said that already.
Can you tell it's a lazy day?
Then turn the windsock over so the strings are hanging down. Punch two holes in the other end of the paper towel roll, opposite each other and run a string through them - a string that is long enough that when tied together at the ends can be hung from a nail or a hook outside and still dance away in the breeze.
A windsock. Everyone should have one of these. And now you do.
Next up: Tissue Paper flowers. They don't make you sneeze - and if by some chance you do sneeze, then hey, look, it's made from a tissue!