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This is a cardboard version of a traditional wooden toy, with a small modification to give it swinging legs, "just because".
You will need a number of easily-obtained materials.Corrugated card - enough to draw three copies of the template - maybe one and a half sheets of A4?plain paper ...
To make a gorilla climb, you need a gorilla.I hand-drew the original (see the scans), and you can do the same, or you can print off a copy ...
Cut the various parts out of the card, and pierce a hole through the, er, delicate parts of the gorilla to hang the legs from, and a similar ...
Glue the three layers of the torso & arms together. Make sure the layer with the missing lower section, and the slots missing from the hands, is in ...
When the glue is dry, slot the legs into the gap in the lower part of the torso, then slide a short piece of cocktail stick or skewer ...
You can't have a climbing gorilla if the gorilla has nothing to climb!With the remains of your corrugated card, make a simple beam, about as long as the ...
Fasten the centre loop to somewhere high, such as the top of a door (or the centre of your shed roof), and slide the gorilla to the bottom ...
When I first made this, I was planning to somehow disguise the corrugated card. Paint, maybe, or a thin layer of papier mache.You could do these, of course, ...
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