You made it! It's time to put all that together and try Scissor Legs Side Crow. I actually think this version is easier than Straight Legs Side Crow because your scissor legs help spread out your body weight, making you feel lighter, so it's easier to balance.
From Straight Legs Side Crow, all you need to do is extend your top leg behind you. This pose is easier if your head is a few inches above the ground and your back leg is lifted high, but once you feel stable, try to keep that back leg and your head somewhat parallel to the floor. Actively press your legs away from each other to make you feel stronger. After five breaths, lower your feet to the mat, come back to a squat position, and repeat this pose on the other side.
I know this looks really difficult, so here are more details on how to get into Scissor Legs Side Crow.