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DIY Indoor Outdoor concrete lamp 2
This is scrap from printing shops. They produce probably hundreds of pounds of scrap strips trimmed from the edges of their print jobs every day. If you cut strips of paper you bought to make a stool like this, then no, your stool will not be made of scrap. But the author's stools are made from scrap.
You won't be able to put pants on this mannequin with the feet permanently attached to the bottom of the frame like that. I have two options:1) construct the frame so that it can be taken apart just behind the heels and just in front of the toes. You'll need to lay the mannequin down to put pants on and take them off, so this may not be especially convenient if you're using it as a sewing form. But it will work.2) Skip the standing base and instead embed a sturdy suit/coat hanger in the shoulders and neck when you pour the foam in the torso. This will let you hang the mannequin from a closet rod, coat rack, hook in the ceiling, where ever you can find a sturdy hanging point.
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If the needle were long enough, in theory, you could insert the needle, suck out the air while squeezing the ball to collapse it. Work the ball into the bottle with the needle still inserted, then reinflate the ball through the needle before pulling it out.
It does work, but yes, for the reason you explained, not because of any change in mass.
1. To make people wonder how you got the balls in the carafe.2. You don't. That's not the point of the project. See 1, above.
Nice project! You might be able to dye the baby oil too, with candy colors meant for coloring white chocolate. (I'm not positive because mineral oil doesn't always mix with vegetable based oil. Get the candy colors at a confectioner's supply store or online.) If that doesn't work, substitute dyed veggie oil for the baby oil. Then you'll have a two-tone "lava lamp" notebook, instead of color and clear.
I'm sure this wouldn't fool someone familiar with kintsuge, but to my untrained eye it looks like a great alternative! Your mother's lion is beautiful. You did a great job!
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