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This came about because I was having a blah day.  I was given a hug that was octopus like and then came the inspiration for this....

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials
1 T shirt
Pipe cleaners (dollar store)
Suction cups (dollar store)
Safety Pins (dollar store)
Plastic bags

-Not pictured
paint
2 rubber bands
scissors
sewing materials
 
Xx513xX6 months ago
My girlfriend will love these ;)
kalabear110 months ago
This is absolutely adorable! My 10 year old son is going to love this!
pizzidave (author)  kalabear110 months ago
Awesome!! Please comment with a pic of yours.
pojken1 year ago
Cool! So sweet.
pizzidave (author)  pojken1 year ago
Thanks!
jasar1 year ago
Working on my right now! i plan on safety pinning them to arms of t-shirts. i'll post finished pics.
pizzidave (author)  jasar1 year ago
Awesome, can't wait to see the pics. Are you doing green or another color?
Dark green, with little white fabric circles in stead of suction cups (student budget wouldn't allow it, and not many people throw large amounts of suction cups in the trash)
pizzidave (author)  jasar1 year ago
I got them for a buck a pack at dollar tree. I look forward to seeing your end result.
Gregbot1 year ago
AWESOME! THANKS!
adamjoe861 year ago
Elastic bands could be sewn into the cuffs instead of using rubber bands. That might make it easier to get them onto your arms.
pizzidave (author)  adamjoe861 year ago
I did not have elastic band on hand. Putting them on can become a two man job. I will be sewing the arms onto the sleeves of another t- shirt, letting the t-shirt sleeve fall over the arms. This makes it easier to be able to put them on with no assistance. Also it eliminates the possibility of real arms being exposed.