Step 3:

Tape the "tv" onto the box.  If you did not create this you can skip down to the next step.
<p>I did some modifications. One of them was to make it less &quot;permanent&quot; by attaching the &quot;film&quot; into a slot, cut inside a pipes. So we can have 3 stories and they are relatively easy to exchange. Super fun, my kids were story teller ;)</p>
<p>I love it.</p>
I used to make these as a child out of pencils for the spindles and a shoebox with cutout for the screen. Yours is a super deluxe version. What fun!<br>
Love this! What a fun toy.
Brillo :) this reminds me of making cool stuff at primary school...........perhaps you could mod this to be a Sky+ version ;)
Very creative!
Love it!! I remember making or having things like this as a child too.

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