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  • paulval commented on MrJonesEducation's instructable Frankenstein Light Switch2 months ago
    Frankenstein Light Switch

    Okay, another idea for a more authenticated look: Run two dowels, painted to look like industrial cables, up the wall from the switch to the ceiling. Attach the dowels to the wall using U-shaped cable securing bridges. Since they're wood, there's no fire risk, and you can even claim that they go up to the lightning bolt on the roof!

    The only appropriate room in my house for this project is my own, and there's not enough space for it! I just wrote to congratulate you, and to suggest going to upholstery department and getting some nice big brass tacks to put one in each the corners of the plate (And glue tight) to make them look like rivets.

    Okay, another idea for a more authenticated look: Run two dowels, painted to look like industrial cables, up the wall from the switch to the ceiling. Attach the dowels to the wall using U-shaped cable securing bridges. Since they're wood, there's no fire risk, and you can even claim that they go up to the lightning bolt on the roof!

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  • Up cycling LG Storage Bins Into Star Wars Utility Bins

    Cool. I'm looking for a good and inexpensive way to store and transport my stormtrooper armor. I'm a soon-to-be member (Hopefully) of the Dune Sea Patrol of The 501st Garrison.

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  • paulval commented on cannibal869's instructable DIY Death Star Clock2 months ago
    DIY Death Star Clock

    Fantastic idea for my nephew, a fan just like me, or members of my Garrison (Dune Sea Garrison in Phoenix, AZ) for special occasions.

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  • paulval commented on Kretschmer Kreativ's instructable Star Wars Imperial Guard Helmet2 months ago
    Star Wars Imperial Guard Helmet

    Will this bucket pass the 501st Garrison's standards?

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