This instructable will show you how to make rupees from the Legend of Zelda series out of hot glue, paint and a few other common resources. 

Step 1: What you will need

You will need:
Masking tape NOT DUCT TAPE (apparently WD-40 melt the glue on duct tape, or so i found out)
A ruler
A glue stick
A hot glue gun
Hot glue sticks (4-6)
WD-40 or another spray on lubricant
A paint brush
Thin plastic sheeting (I got mine from a box of a figurine)
A printer
A Stanley knife or pen knife
A template for your mold
( http://fc07.deviantart.net/fs24/i/2007/335/2/f/Papercraft_Rupee_Template_by_Cristophine.jpg )

A freezer

<p>cool juice man. do u have green? the original is cool</p>
I recently started using hot glue as a &quot;design element&quot;, and I was wondering about using for injection molds. I really like this idea of making a mold from sheet material - thanks for sharing! <br> <br>come to think of it, your method would work well with embedding things, like a LED. It might even be possible to change the battery by &quot;melting it out&quot;... Add a magnet trigger... New ideas to put on my list, thanks for the inspiration :D.
No problem, I'm glad i could help.

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