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How to turn ordinary bread and toast into what few will call art, others will call a flagrant display of geekdom and most will call a sign of neurosis...
Unless you have a Centurion with the robotic sealant dispenser and cutting tool option, you'll need all this stuff: Materials: 8 x loafs of cheap wh...
The piece we are doing uses 144 pieces of bread, 38 of them toasted. If you do them all in a row, the cylon-shaped plates never cool down and the sing...
To get rid of the initial moisture, I left all my pieces out overnight to get them nice an stale. With bread of this quality, you can actually feel it...
Time to seal our bleached-flour goodness! To avoid mold, we will now apply a liberal coat of Mod Podge to seal the bread. As a water-based sealer, I t...
After leaving your array of sticky bread out to dry for a day, carefully pry them from whatever surface they dried onto and flip them over. Oh yeah, t...
For this design, you will need a 50"x50" piece of foam board. The best I could find was four 30"x40"x3/16" pieces. Using the drywall square and cuttin...
If your board was in as good a shape as mine, some of your corners will be totally nerfed while others will look okay. Fit them together so that the b...
I used a packaging tape gun, but you can manage without. It doesn't have to be perfect as this will be the back of the board.
Using the image of the finished product as your reference, lay out all your sealed bread and toast, allowing equal edges on all sides.
Using four pins per piece, secure the edges first in a straight line using the drywall square. All of the pieces will have dried a little bit differen...
This makes for a great piece of office art and should quickly replace your boss's corporate "MOTIVATION" poster with the guy climbing the cliff, golfi...
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Posted:Aug 18, 2008
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