Introduction: DIY Desktop Rotating Santa Claus

Hello Guys!
Nice to see you all after a long time...

Welcome to our latest DIY...

And this time we are going to make A DIY Desktop Rotating Santa Claus from old but working clock machine...

So let's get started...

Step 1: Watch the Video...

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Step 2: Making the Santa...Materials Required

The materials required for making the Santa Claus paper-craft are...

Step 3: Cutting the Parts...

First of all cut all the parts of the paper-craft carefully with the help of a hobby knife...

Also don't forget to cut the slits...

Step 4: Assembling the Parts...

Now just fold the parts with the help of ruler and join them by inserting the flaps in their respective slits...

This paper-craft is easy to assemble until you forget the labels...

Step 5: Making the Base...Materials Required

The materials required for making the Santa Claus paper-craft base are...

  • A old clock machine
  • Some super glue
  • A Second's hand

Step 6: Modify the Second's Hand...

Just break the needle and stick the pin to a round cardboard piece with the super glue like in the images...

You have just modified the needle for your base...

Step 7: Fixing the Needle to the Clock...

Now just fix the needle to the clock machine...

Also add the cell to the machine...

This completes your Base...

Step 8: Finishing Up...

Now just stick the santa papercraft to your rotating base with some super glue...

This completes your DIY Desktop Rotating Santa Claus...

Step 9: Thanks for Watching...

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Comments

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MiguelS56 (author)2015-12-25

this is really funny and works for every character/figure you want . i will definetely do it!

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Mr AbAk (author)MiguelS562015-12-27

Thanks for your comment. Hope you like our other projects too.

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Bio: Hello friends we are Abhay and Akshay of Meerut,India.We are twin brothers from india.We publish random instructables each fortnight.We like physical ... More »
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