Step 1: Materials
- A medium sized flat screw driver
- 1 small Pentel eraser (for cap, Optional)
- 1 Pentel Hi-Polymer Eraser (if you don't have a small 1 you will need 2)
- An old Pen drive
- Hot glue
- White paint or white out.
- (most importantly) Common Sense!
Step 2: Making the USB Cap
Then you will make an outline of the USB and you will stab the eraser with the flat screw driver all around the out line.
Slowly carve out the outline with the screw driver so it is deep enough for the USB to almost completely cover it self but not tight at all because mine broke twice so carve a little more space.
Step 3: The Body
Since mine was as big as the USB I had to cut it in half. The way i did this was by stabbing the USB along the side until both sides fell apart.
Then you will need to carve it and try to flatten both sides with the scissors so the USB can fit with the eraser into the card board.(the one the eraser came with)
Step 4: Filling in the Gaps
You are going to fill those gaps with the glue and try to make them as flat as you can so it is easier to paint.
Once the glue dries you are going to take the white paint or white out and you are going to paint only over the glue.
If it is white out give it one full day to dry because for some reason white out dries a lot quicker on paper than on hot glue.
If paint you can check every hour or so.