Firstly the artisan selects two copper vases of different sizes to make the body and they are attached to each other with glue. Then spoons and forks are arranged to check the body proportion and spoon positions before they are glued to the vase. Once these materials are placed correctly and glued well, the fork heads are separated to make the tail and wings of the bird. Here the lantern burner makes the head part, hair clips the beak and nuts the eyes of the metal sculpture. After the completion of all the above steps, the finished bird is placed on a rice bowl to establish a theme.