Introduction: Inexpensive Baymax Stress Toy

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Hello, I am Baymax, your personal stress relief assistant.

A very inexpensive Baymax, where most of the parts needed are up to your choosing, as long as they fit the general shapes and squeeziness.

Step 1: Supplies

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You will need:

Scissors
A Sharpie
3 elastics, hair elastics are good. I used rubber bands.
An old sport sock, or any sock at all really.
3 round, flat, plastic things. I used checkers and a pinewood derby wheel.
Duct tape
and of course, a squeeze ball.

Step 2: Taping the Head Together

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Baymax needs his CPU! Build it with your tape and tape together 2 of your coin shaped pieces. this will be used later

Step 3: Baymax's Big Belly

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Baymax has a big squishy belly. Use the stress ball and the last checker ish piece. Tape them together. The checker part is either the top or bottom. Depends on what you wanna do.

Step 4: Assemble Your Stress Relief Assistant

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put Baymax's head to the toe of the sock. Then put in his belly. make sure the checker on his belly isn't on the sides of the sock.

Tie an elastic below the headpiece, then cut the sock about 1-2 inches below the end of the belly. Use your remaining elastics to tie two feet at the frayed ends.

Step 5: Draw the Details and You Are Done!!

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Draw his arms, card tray, and face. You can go fancy if you want and draw his darker areas with a gray marker. Congratulations! You now have a Baymax Stress Toy!

Comments

Linkin_J_Knex (author)2015-11-28

hah that's cute nice job :)

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