Wrap the juice box in the patterned craft paper like you would a present. Tape to seal.
Cut two wing shapes from the felt. Each wing should be as tall as the box, with the top, straight edge 1⁄2 inch wider than the side of the box, and the center of the wing 3 inches wide.
To create a feather pattern, glue pumpkin seeds on the wings and let the glue set. Depending on the height of your box, you’ll need about sixteen seeds per wing.
To give shape to the wings, glue a cotton ball on both topside edges of the box, and glue the wings on top of them.
To create the eyes, paint the coffee filter with the watercolor paint. Just give it a light, washy coat and let it dry.
Cut a 1"-wide ring from the ruffled edge of the coffee filter and then cut it in half. Bunch up the strip to create a rosette shape, twist the back half into a short stem, and wrap tape around the back to secure. Repeat with the other half of the ring.
To create the eyes, glue five or six pumpkin seeds in a circle on each filter rosette, and then glue a bead in the center. Glue the rosettes side by side to the top of the box.
Glue a pumpkin seed in between the rosettes as the nose, and two on the bottom of the wrapped juice box as the feet.
Excerpted with permission from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1579655149/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tlie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1579655149&linkCode=as2&tag=craftfocom20&linkId=2NHOQW6NCPHC2ZZ2">"Project Kid"</a> by Amanda Kingloff (Artisan Books). Copyright © 2014. Photographs by Alexandra Grablewski.