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This is a guide to how you can make your own instructable robot jewelry with permanent markers, an oven and #6 recyclable material.
Download a copy of the instructable robot. It's okay if it's bigger or smaller than the one you use for your jewelry because you can resize it using ...
Use a black sharpie to trace your image onto a piece of #6 recyclable plastic. I used the top from a salad container.Note: I added a round loop ...
When I did this - I colored the robot before cutting it out, but you end up smearing a lot of your ink. Therefore, I suggest cutting out ...
As mentioned in the previous step, I suggest that you cut - then color because you will smear less ink. I needed to re-color my robot several times ...
Place robots on aluminum foil on a cookie sheet/tray and put in oven set to ~250F. Remove robots from oven when they are no longer curled up and ...
You may want to protect your robot paint with some sort of protective sealer. I've tried clear nail polish and Krylon clear acrylic paint with some success. You ...
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