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This December it's less about the Whos in Whoville - Dr. Who is rocking this crib. Given the good doctor is still going strong after almost 50 years of episodes, ...
1. Find a toilet roll tube - I raided Modfrugal's stash that she was saving for making Christmas crackers. Or cut a paper towel tube down to size. ...
1. Cut the vertical cardboard strips - I used upholstery tack strips (we already had a bundle of 'em), otherwise would have cut out from a cardboard box. ...
1. The toilet plunger arm thingy....wouldnt be a Dalek without it. I re-engineered a rivet (turned the end around) and epoxied it to a washer that I hammered ...
After a botched attempt at the head with paper mache and Bondo filler, I ended up using an old light fixture. 1. Mix up some epoxy putty and ...
I decided to hack/ recycle some inexpensive lights we already had. The tealight body would be great, as it has a nice push-button switch on the bottom. It ...
Now all that remains is to attach the head to the body, a bit more paint, and secure the tealight in the base. 1. The two left over ...
And there you have it...the 2012 Dalek ornament for Thing Two. And don't think I didn't ponder long and hard about some swivel head action on the Dalek...it's ...
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