Introduction: Dinosaur Serving Dish

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It is a wonderful thing to have around the house for all occasions at a party or just for style this Dino serving dish is cheap, easy and fabulous!

What you need:
1 plastic dinosaur ($2.00 at the dollar store)
1 plastic plate($1.50 at the dollar store)
A couple sheets of sand paper
1 hot glue gun
A couple hot glue sticks ($1.50 at the dollar store)
1 can of spry paint or acrylic paint
1 steak knife

Step 1: What You Will Need

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Items:
1 plastic dinosaur ($2.00 at the dollar store)
1 plastic plate($1.50 at the dollar store)
A couple sheets of sand paper
1 hot glue gun
A couple hot glue sticks ($1.50 at the dollar store)
1 can of spry paint or acrylic paint
1 steak knife
1 Bag of dollars tore pebbles


You can also use any other adhesives, I used the cheaper and quicker way.

Step 2: Sand and Bathe the Dinosaur!

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Take your Dino and position over a garbage bag or a prepared surface for an easy clean up. Then take sand appear and begging to sand off the Dino's paint. This will help your paint stick. Then if you want give the Dino a bath and wash off the dust.

Step 3: Beheading

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Now hopefully you have not become that attached to the dinosaur to chop his head off, it was emotionally hard for me. I easily cut off his head and sanded where I cut so that it was level and partially straight. Next pain or spray paint the head your chosen colour and let dry.

Step 4: Feed and Fill the Dino

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Now my dinosaur can't stand that still so I had filled him with pebbles from the dollar store. This step is optional depending on your cutting skills. Colour does not matter because you won't see them. I did layers, pebbles then hot glue and repeated it till it was full. The hot glue also reduces a rattling noise.

Step 5: Assembly

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Now take your dinosaur body and place the plastic plate on the cut line. Try to make it as level as possible, this will take some eye-balling. After you know where you want your plate hot glue the Dino and the plate together. Now place the head on the plate and glue and voila! It is done, now you can serves snacks, Oreos or put your belonging in style!

Comments

coolkidgamer (author)2014-07-19

Stolen from Pinterest AND man vs pin on YouTube

YoItzSpike (author)2014-07-17

things don't coat 2 dollars at the dollar store that's dollar general

Pearlin84 (author)2014-07-16

very creative

This is amazing! I love it!

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