Step 4: Coverings for Legs

Now that the legs are completed, you will probably notice the fact that the edges have holes from where the gaps are in the cardboard ( refer to pic) What I did for these, is I took the width of the leg, and made 2mm thick cardboard strips to cover it. Taking glue and water, I wet each strip down, then bent it to the contours of the cardboard, giving it the look of a solid, molded piece. while the cardboard was in place, I glued it down and waited for it to dry. 

Now, if you were fortunate enough to trace the leg design, and the cardboard strips onto white paper before, simply cut those out and paste them onto the cardboard frame. When finished, this should give the apperance of a solid white leg, and should not resemble cardboard. (If you skipped the tracing, simply lay the leg out on white paper and trace it now, but the edging will be a bit difficult
How did you add the word files, could you please tell me as I would like to add some files to my ibles.<br>And cool ible by the way
Thanks! And when creating a step, hit the &quot;upload images/files&quot; button. Then select files that you want to upload. Good luck!
but when I do that my files get added as blank images and not as files listed below, but as you keep going to the ending of the images then the files are shown as white images, so could you tell me how to add files so that they are visible at the ending of the photo instructable so that it is easy for anyone to download them<br>Thanks a lot
Not sure what to tell you... I tried it again and it worked fine for me... did you try publishing the files? Maybe they just appear as blank images in the editing window?
Nope they appeared as blank images even after I published it! But don't worry I found out a way!<br>But now I have a new problem, if I try to embed more than 1 video it doesn't want to embed the second one! Do you by any chance know how to embed 2 videos
I have not yet tried to add video to a project... Ill have to try it and get back to you!
Ya thanks but I solved the problem!<br>Thanks for helping..!
holy fudge this is awesome
Thanks! If you gie it a try, post pics please!

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