<p>That is a really interesting deco indeed. I also like to DIY some of the decorative around the house but I keep them simple so that their removal will be easy should I wish to change them in the near future. I also believe that less is always more so when you keep things in minimal, they will look nicer than having too much of messy things.</p>
where do we get thse rivets ? <br>
Where do you get the orange and yellow pieces?
I'd really like to see written instructions and still pictures. I can't follow the video.
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what is it made out of because i would like to know because i would like to make it i already know there are rivets but what else is it<br>
golics you leave me speechless with this stuff. all i can say is "wow". thats genius!
You could even extend this by making more "shapes" and adding around the edge. No limit! ;) Though it wouldn't really be useful as a table deco.
It looks pretty cool, but not really good for a table decoration. I mean, how would you set anything on the table? Still, nice work.
Where do you get the plastic things, i haven't seen any folder attachments in that shapw
They're not part of the folder. They're rivets.
As soon as I saw the intro part with it going in and out (haha), that was SO cool! Great job!
I too would like to see this as a written instructable.... definitely interested in building this :P

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