You will need:
1 (2 liter) bottle of soda
1 bulk box of diapers
1 roll of duct tape
1 pkg of epoxy
1 can of RED paint or preferred color
1 pair of scissors or a blade
All measurements were based on eyeballing and scaling down to model size approximations.
Step 1: Gather Your Materials
Step 2: Break the Box Apart and Try to Roll It Out
You don't have to be gentle, just don't tear the box while doing this.
Step 4: Cut and Tape.
Tape along the height of the bottle.
Tape the bottom to seal it closed.
Do not forget what this receptacle will be used for, so sealing edges is important!
Step 5: Creating a Dome Shape for the Fire Hydrant Top
Cut out small strips and connect them. The pieces will create a hexagon in the center. Tape them to the "dome" shape.
Tape remove the bottle cap from the bottle, which previously held the bottle's round shape together, and tape it to the top of the dome.
Large pieces are approximately 1" thick
Small pieces 1/2" thick
Step 6: Fire Hydrant Arms
Cut in half. Roll it out, and roll it into a tight sushi shape. Tape it.
Tape the arm to the mini fire hydrant.
Do the same to the second arm.
Cut a 1/2" strip and cover the top and bottom circumference of the hydrant to create a definition between the dome and the body of the hydrant. Tape it to the body.