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This three dimensional companion cube makes a great knickknack for your desk, and an even better gift. What gamer wouldn't want to receive a companion cube as a ...
You will need: perler beads (white, pink, dark grey), a hot glue gun (with glue sticks), perler pegboards (a circle and a square one), an iron, and ironing/wax ...
Make the white corner pieces by placing the beads on the pegboard. There are 3 different pieces per corner - these 3 pieces will snap together and make ...
Fuse the beads by placing a sheet of wax paper over them. Gently iron them at medium heat for a few seconds. Flip the fused beads over once ...
There are 2 pieces in one set. You will need 12 edge sets. Use the picture for reference. Fuse when finished.
You will need 6 circles total. Fuse them when finished. Use picture for reference.
You will need 2. Fuse when finished. Use picture for reference. (The outline is just for emphasis on the detailed "teeth" portions.)
You will need 2. Fuse when finished. Use picture for reference.
You will need 6 total. Fuse when finished. Use picture for reference.
You will now have a 3D cube. *Be gentle, don't break the "teeth" pieces while snapping them together.*
Make sure the hearts are centered on the white circles. Hot glue them together.
Glue the corner pieces to the 3D cube.
One per edge. Align them with the pink lines on the square faces.
One circle per side. Voila!
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