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Hi there!Today i'll be showing you how I made my Dinosaur Coat rack!Let's get to it!
- A plastic toy Dinosaur ( I used 4 different ones )- A long Screw- PlasterNOTE: Make sure the Dinosaur you're using is empty or stuffed with soft ...
All cruelty asside, if we want to hang them from the tail, we need to lose the tail!I used a sharp razor blade since my dinosaur is made ...
Time to mix up some plaster, I like my plaster to be quite runny, this ensures it fills all the cavities inside your dinosaur. When you've mixed up ...
Stand your dinosaur upright in a glass so that the cutoff is flat.Use the freezer bag with a small corner cut of to fill the dinosaur about halfway. ...
Time to had the screw.Dip the screw with the head first into the wet plaster. Wiggle it around an make sure it is firmly in there, protruding the ...
After the plaster has set you can simple break of any excess plaster and use a wet rag to wipe everything clean.You now have the possibility to paint ...
Congratulations!You just made yourself an epic Coat Rack!Thank you for reading and please let me know if you have any questions!
Today i'll be showing you how I made my Dinosaur Coat rack!
Let's get to it!
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