How to Make a Minecraft Axe

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Introduction: How to Make a Minecraft Axe

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Minecraft is a survival game that is very fun. My little brother loves it so I decided that I would make him a decoration for his room. He absolutely loved it and thanked me like crazy when I gave it to him. So in this Intractable I will show you how to make a Minecraft axe.

Step 1: Materials

1: 61 Wood cubes which I got here http://www.barclaywoods.com/craft_parts.htm

2: Wood glue

3: Tape

4: Paintbrush

5: Wax paper

6: Reference picture

7: Paint (the colors that are in your axe)

Optional

8: Rubberbands

9: Cup to mix paint

Step 2: Protection

Use the wax paper and tape to protect your work area from any paint or glue.

Step 3: Painting

Many colors may not be available so you will need to mix some. Paint the bottom and the top of each cube but, on a couple cubes you will need to paint the sides depending on where they are. Look at the second picture for the example.

Step 4: Amalgamating

Combine your painted cubes use in the wood glue. When you have many parts rubber band them together.

Step 5: Enjoy

Here is the final product! I love how it turned out. You can hang it on a wall or place in your room it is very interesting. These are some pictures that I took of the axe :)

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This is amazing, you did a great job!

I love Minecraft but this is cooler!

Thank you so much for the feed back it means the world! :D

This is well done and looks good in the end!

This is cool! I'm definitely making this for my little brother! (and maybe one for me as well)

Wow! Yes the picture was in Tucson how did you know? lol

I live in Tucson, mountains are very recognizable. Also the cactus of course!