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How to build a beautiful and relaxing Japanese wood lamp
We will need: Saw Sander and file Wood glue (cheap one) Drill Wood plates Square and circular sticks Semi-transparent paper Computer and printer Varnish Black paint
We will build as many floors as we want, in my case three. You can look on internet to see how Japanese Castles are. Without fixing the pieces ...
Now we have to make a roof more Japanese style, so we will have to cut 4 triangles and to fix them on the last floor.
After that we will separate everything to start to fix them with glue. If we want we can use also little nails between the floors and the columns ...
Once all the floors are completely fixed (maybe you should wait one day to be sure) we have to start with one of the most difficult parts: to ...
Next two steps are optional, first of all we will change a little bit the roof to look more realistic. We have to do "waves" using the file ...
In my case, I protected with adhesive paper the sticks from the top, to hold their natural color. To set more decorative elements you should go to a ...
Next part is the computer part. we need the "Biombo" or paper with drawings that will cover every window. The easy way is to find one image that ...
Now for the installation of the "Biombos" we just have to size the sheet and to cut it with the size of the window. It is better to ...
Elegant during the day... relaxing during the night.
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