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It sounds like that method could work. Although, I would be concerned of the wood splitting. If it doesn't work, you could try carving the shape out with a rotary tool.
Nice! I like the detail on the button.
Thanks! I definitely used these as an excuse to eat multiple bars at once.
Thank you! I used a Full Spectrum 5th Generation Hobby Laser, 40W.
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Yes, the batteries are replaceable. And I got the LED fromsome old Halloween décor that I had purchased from the dollar store. I think the LED Iused is called a slow fade flashing, or slow color changing RGB LED.
She looks so wicked and creepy with all of those wrinkles. Great job!
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Awesome! I'm glad you were able to get it to work. 'Ctrl + D' will duplicate an object. Then, if you move and/or rotate the new object and press 'Ctrl + D' again, Tinkercad will "Smart Duplicate". This means that it will duplicate and apply the same move and rotation changes.
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I see the resemblance!
Creepy Chocolate Chip Cookies
Looking at their grotesque faces brings a smile to my face. Ifind them to be both creepy and cute at the same time. This is definitelysomething that I will be making in the near future. Thank you!
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Thank you :) A Tootsie Roll is a candy. It's kind of like a chocolate-flavored taffy.
I think Jell-O would work. Yum! And if you want it to be extra firm, add some unflavored gelatin.
Yep! The good thing about failing at pancake art is that the pancakes you fail at will still taste just as good as the others.
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Food memories are the best! It sounds like you had a great time with your mom. Hopefully you have a fun time making these with your granddaughter and create more good memories in the process.
That's exciting! Trying out new recipes/cooking methods can be fun.
Holy Guacamole Mash Pit
Awesome!!! I hope you have a great time making these.
Good suggestion! That would be less work than taking the time to cut the ends off. Now that I think about it...it would be easier to just skewer the wiener with the opposite (flat) end of the stick.
A bacon wrapped sausage dog sounds tasty. I just think there might be concern about using bacon because of the risk of starting a grease fire.
Lasercut your portrait! :)
These are really pretty :) Great choice of colors.
Scarecrow to Skull Kid: Dollar Store Repaint
Skull Kid from Twilight Princess!!! You did a great job painting all of the small details- I love his nefarious grin.
Awesome! I love how it looks with the light shining through.
Ministry of Magic Leather Passport Cover
This fusion looks quite tasty.
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Thanks :) Post a picture if you make them!
Perfectly crispy and absolutely delicious. Thanks for sharing :)
Ta-Cones (Taco Cones)
Quilled Chess Box with Light
This is so chic! I don't know anything about leather and I was wondering what would happen if I tried to make this without punching the holes out with an awl. Would I even be able to stitch it, would I ruin the leather?
Okay, thanks for the info.
I know! But they were destined for greater things than being just t-shirts.
Your flower bouquet is really pretty :) I like how you gave the petals dimension by pushing the coils up in some places.
Your flower bouquet isreally pretty :) I like how you added dimension to the petals by pushing thecoils up in some places.
Amazing! This chess set is beautifully done!
I know what I'm having for dinner tomorrow!
Thank you! After making these flowers, I've found that quilling isn't as bad as I thought it would be :)
I agree. If you use steam-a-seam it’sa good idea to go back and sew to make it more durable.
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