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DIY Cardboard Deer Head
I just found a stack of laminated wood on the curb. When I get some time, I will post a pic. Great instructable, and great idea! Thank you.
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Perler stamp for tape method (updated)
Could you please e-mail me the DXF file for the deer ? firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks a lot.
I am glad you were able to learn a new trick lurgundoflonk. I had the same problem and got tired of buying new boards, and rather spend my money on beads.
As someone who frequently works with perlers, I am very pleasantly suprised to find out about the masking tape method. I can't believe that I actually have gone this long without knowing about this. I have noticed some of my boards beginning to bow a bit in the middle, so I will defenitly have to try this soon. Quick question, what surface do you find is best to do the ironing on? Again, thank you and great instructable!
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dan3008, that is wonderful. I would love to see photos when you are done!
Handy project :D I think I'll make one of these to use :) I'd avoided the masking tape methord because as you say its time consuming. With this I might have to try it again :)
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Thank you very much for your reply-information. It helped! - coweja
You answered all of my questions! Thanks!I took the time to read your Instructable because it looked like a craft that required several steps and attention to detail, and it inspires me to see others who not only value such things, but actually do them. Good work. - TomV4
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Thank you Coweja for your question, I have since updated the instructable with the information pertaining to it. I didn't address how to do the masking tape method because there are instructions on how to do the masking tape method already. My focus was to address an issue with the method. If you don't poke holes in the tape when you do it, the beads will not melt evenly, The problem is its very time consuming to poke the holes in the tape. I used to take one ballpoint pen and poke each hole individually..... If you have a large art piece it can take a long time to poke all the holes. By making a stamp you can quickly and efficiently poke several at a time. what used to take me say an hour now takes me about 5 minutes.The plastic clear something is a throw away Tupperware container I used to hold the discarded ink cartridges from the ballpoint pens. I am working on creating a separate instructable on using this to make alcohol ink. I didn't take enough photos, so I am waiting on supplies. My plan is to make a stamp large enough to cover a standard perler square board - http://www.michaels.com/perler-large-clear-pegboar... - I need 900 ballpoint pens though and when I get the funds to do such a thing I am going to create a new instructable expanding on re-using the ink for making homemade alcohol ink.
TomV4, Thank you for your question sorry It wasn't clearly addressed. I have since updated the instructable to hopefully address these questions. You are correct Perler is a name brand for fusible beads. and you do use a clothes iron to melt them (place a sheet of parchment paper over the beads before using a low to medium low setting on you clothes iron- my iron is set at 3) move the iron in a circular motion until beads are melted. There are plenty of instructables, and instructional videos out there that I felt would take away from my focus of cutting down the time it takes to poke holes in the back of the masking tape. The reason why you want to tape your beads is to save you boards. When you create your design, you use a plastic board to hold the beads in place. I have found (by ruining 2 boards) they tend to warp after continual use. By using masking tape you can remove the design from the board and then iron. If you don't poke holes, the beads will not melt evenly. When I get a chance I will update with a photo. I have a pattern where I learned the hard way to poke holes. :)
I had to search the Internet to understand what you were posting about. So, Perler is a brand name for fusible beads. And you use a clothes iron to melt them? The masking tape ... Why is it necessary when your board holds the beads in position and you are fusing them? Why do you have to poke holes in the masking tape? - TomV4
this looks like a nice project, but the description is a little confusing for us who know nothing about it..."masking tape method", your explanation meant nothing to me. Also it seems like you place the pen points on a plastic clear something, but it is not mentioned in the supplies? Please extend explanation. Thank you - coweja
I had to search the Interne t to understand what you were posting about. So, Perler is a brand name for fusible beads. And you use a clothes iron to melt them? The masking tape ... Why is it necessary when your board holds the beads in position and you are fusing them? Why do you have to poke holes in the masking tape? - TomV4
Perler Stamp for Tape Method
Perler stamp for tape method
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Hi, DXF file please! email@example.com Loved it! thnks
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Hi! I saw this and fully intend on making it for my dad for Christmas. I work at a factory where I have access to all the cardboard I could ever want, so that won't be a problem.I was wondering, though, how you could/would alter it to make it a moose...? - TonyaK9
Hi friend please send me yours proyects in illustrator, tks for all :) good works!!! - kolive
hi could you please send me the AI file please?? or some file that a I can open in illustrator :Dorion13_85@hotmail.comthaks a lot!!! - Goghia
could you please send me the .DXF file firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks a lot! - אורטלא
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¿Me pueden Enviar por Correo electrónico el archivo en DXF Para Los email@example.comGracias.
Could you please e-mail me the DXF file for the deer ?firstname.lastname@example.org thank you
Could you please e-mail me the DXF file for the deer ?email@example.comThanks.
me podrias enviar por Correo electronico el archivo DXF del ciervo o los animales Que Tengas ??? te lo agradeceria Mucho firstname.lastname@example.org - NahuelA2
me podrias enviar por correo electronico el archivo DXF del ciervo o los animales que tengas??? te lo agradeceria mucho - NahuelA2
Could you please e-mail me the DXF file for the deer ?email@example.comThanks. - CarlitosG2
did you get the file
I just finished assembling this, the only remaining step is glueing the head to the shield. What did you use? A hot glue gun? It looks like a small surface for regular glue.
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Downloadable link for .DXF file! https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxF-7meuyvDRU1NOa0w3ZGVGdmc Haven't tried actually cutting it out so let me know if it works! - D-Perreault
Could you please e-mail me the DXF file for the deer ?Thanks - CatherineC56
hello claptrap great job, do you have the DFX of elephants or other animals, if you have please send to email@example.com thanks. or if you know of any site, where you can download
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Hello Claptrap, great work, could you send me your file to email@example.com
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Hi there,Your work is amazing!It would be wonderful if you can send a file for me as email@example.comThanks :)
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