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Ahh... the Super Bowl! Nothin' better than it! Or if you don't really care for football the commercials are nice too. Either way, for something this e...
Here is what you'll need: Tools: Box Cutter Clamps Something Heavy (I used a big hammer) Regular White Glue Paint Brushes Materials: Cardboard Paper M...
First, roll up a small piece of cardboard, about 7 inches tall, this is the base of the face mask. Then, for balance, attach a small square of card bo...
Now, similar to the face mask, make a roll of cardboard, but this time make it about 30 inches tall. Afterwards, add a square on the bottom, for balan...
Now, attach the two bases with another piece of cardboard, then add an eighth "leg", connect the helmet and face mask. How much you add is your decisi...
For the paper mache, take a paint brush, and brush it onto the newspaper, then attach it to the helmet. Here's the recipe I used, I ended up using two...
The paint is probably the most important part. It can either make or break it. I decided to add a Superbowl XLVI Logo, and made one half Giants, and t...
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