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Please check me out at www.thecheesethief.com for more DIYS. This is a toy that I made as a child. It is a tv that requires assembly and imagination...
Cut 4 circles on the sides of the box the same diameter as the toilet paper roll. Cut out a rectangle from the center of the box between the 4 circle...
This step is optional. If you want a more realist looking tv you can create one from another piece of cardboard and some plastic film from a toy pack...
Tape the "tv" onto the box. If you did not create this you can skip down to the next step.
Find comic strips and pictures or make have your children draw up a story line. Cut them out and tape it together into one long strip. You want to m...
Roll up the tube like shown above. insert the rubes into the box and seal up the box using tape or glue.
Once box is sealed the tv is ready for use.
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