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A Hangman Style Bird Feeder and a seedy bread type victim. Made from oddments from around the house.
Finding all the parts was fairly simple. Using a few scrap pieces of wood, some garden twine and basic hand tools.
3 pieces of wood are needed for the gallows. We glued the parts and then screwed them together for extra strength. We get some big birds around here! ...
We filled the small gaps and screw holes with wood filler and sanded it all down. We also sanded the frame with a sanding drum to give it a worn apper...
The noose was made using brown garden twine. A single strand looked a bit flimsy, so 3 strands were platted together to form a more proportioned rope....
Our sacrificial doughboy was construsted using a simple mix of flour, water and mixed bird seed. We used 200g self-raising flour, 50g bird seed and 17...
Finally the gallows was screwed onto the shed using the pre-drilled countersunk holes in the vertical piece. The bready dead-boy was then placed into ...
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