You can make really cool animal cells for your next biology project, and I made nerve cells because they look really neat when made with my fave medium- HOT MELT. Check it out. Same as with "The Dungeon" and "Treasure Cave" the hardest part was keeping my cat out of the way, and the best part is playing with the project after making it. Have a look!

Step 1: Use a cooked potato to make a form for hot melt glue

Start with hot melt glue, of course. A very small cooked potato makes a great form for covering with hot melt glue. As you know from my other projects I LOVE using hot melt glue. Once the glue dries, the soft potato can be squeezed out under running water, leaving only the glue shell.
That's pretty cool, hot melt glue is an interesting medium to work with.
Thanks- hot melt is fun to use, and things stick together. Burn fingers once in awhile.
That's really good, but if you're handing it the key with the project, then I would consider redoing it. It would be a shame to hand it a project like that and then have a key with all the typos scratched out when it would take 2 minutes to make a new one.
good point!

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