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I'm planning six classes for a local Summer craft club. The biggest challenge is that we have very little money in which to pull this off, and I re...
WHAT YOU WILL NEED: 2X6 untreated wood Jigsaw Sand paper drill & bits wire Yellow & Black acrylic paint White spray paint Clear sealer...
I drew a basic Bee shape on the wood and cut it out with a jigsaw. Sanded the edges so they were smooth. I really don't want little fingers to get s...
I found it almost impossible to cut through the racket with a hacksaw. I then tried to use a tin snip and didn't think it would work, but amazed that...
This is the creative part where anything goes. Just make sure to give it all a good coat of clear gloss sealer to protect your bee from the elements....
For the eyes, I used two wood beads and reused the ends of some premade breadstick rolls. Drill a hole right on the edge of the Bee's face. Do this...
Some wire from the hardware store was used for the antenna. I used 16 guage which was easy to cut and bend. Some strong glue to hold the pieces in p...
I put a hook on the back to hang this Bee on the side of my house, but I also though it would work to drill a shallow hole in the back side and place ...
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