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This instructable will show you how to make a cute lil piggy bank from used soda bottles. Use it for yourself or give it as a gift.
~ 2 or 3 liter EMPTY soda bottle (I'm using 3ltr for this ible)~ 4 20oz soda bottles or water bottles whichever~ pink paint (or red and white ...
Pretty much need to eyeball this step but make sure you make the legs the same height . After cutting the legs, sand all your parts. Sanding will ...
Using liquid nails attach the legs to the "body". Apply your liquid nails along the cut edge of the legs and hold them to the body until it ...
fashion some lil piggy ears and attach them with liquid nails. ( I forgot the ears before i started painting .. that's why piggy is already pink in ...
get out your paint and mix it up paint the piggy I use a dabbing motion .. instead of the standard brushing motion .. this eliminates brush strokes ...
grab your sharpie and draw your eyes any eyes will do... I just went with plain ol' black circles .. but you can do whatever Piggy's got to ...
Grab yourself a quarter and plot out a spot for your coin slot. Mark the spot with your sharpie. Use your exacto knife or whatever blade you wish ...
Oink Oink .. now your piggy is hungry ... toss your spare change in every night and slowly but surely you will have enough for that trip.. or ...
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