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Cool, thanks for sharing your project! Was this for a school assignment?
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This is a pretty neat idea. After backpacking or road-tripping several days without a shower, I'm sure I'd be more than happy to use this set up! :)
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This looks like a great costume. I love that you knitted the hat from scratch! :)
Hi Heather!Your post is currently unpublished and not entered into the rug contest. I can publish it live for you and push it into the contest if you'd like..However, for the contest, I'd recommend for you to writing up at least a couple of paragraphs to outline the process you used to make this before we push this live. That would be great to see, and would offer readers at least a little bit of instruction on how to complete something similar. If you have any questions, I'm happy to help. If you'd like to just have this pushed live as is, let me know and I will do that for you, as well as make sure you're entered to the Rugs Challenge.Cheers!Sam (seamster)Community Manager
Hi and welcome!We're glad you want to share something with the community, but unfortunately this doesn't qualify as an Instructable . . . but you can fix it so it does! :)An Instructable shows others how to do or make something, and outlines the steps to show readers how to duplicate what you have done. Would you like to make some changes or additions to this? Leave me a message here if you do, and I will take a look and publish this if it is ready! Thanks, Your friendly neighborhood instructables staff.
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This is a fantastic technique. I use it often! Thanks for sharing the steps :)
Hi and welcome!We're glad you want to share something with the Instructables community! However, this appears to be incomplete. Do you have some original photos of your project you can upload and include with your steps? If you were able to include some photos, we could publish this live for you. Let me know if you make some changes or additions to this, and we will take second look and publish this live if it is ready.Thanks! Your friendly neighborhood Instructables staff
Interesting project, thank you for sharing.
Thanks for sharing. Everyone should learn how to drive a manual transmission vehicle! :)
Thanks for sharing. Everyone should know how to drive a manual transmission vehicle! :)
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Great work as usual, Phil. I was happy to see you win the welder, and happy that you're putting it to use right away! :)
That is an excellent tip, thank you!
Where you plan to use a grinder for a smooth joint but fear the problem that you got, it's pretty easy. Where the bead will be laid you need to grind a 45*, 50% of the thickness of your stock. That way, when you lay down the bead it is already below the surface where you will grind down to. Groovy? Cool.
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I love this so much!
Great techniques!If you wanted, you could swap in a cover photo that shows your actual finished zombie head. That'll help you get some well-deserved clicks! :)
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Made sorting similar a long time ago. Good job!
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It's opened up a lot of exciting possibilities for upcoming projects. Suddenly scrap metal looks appealing for use in all kinds of projects, rather than only being useful in very specific bolt-on situations. You're probably like me--everything is just raw material for making stuff, but metal has always been off limits, so to speak. Not now! :)
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This is so impressive!
Hi Holly, The contest is still accessible via the "Contest Archive" link at the top of the contest page. But here's a direct link to it as well: http://www.instructables.com/contest/tandy2016/Because of a recent site update, there are some buggy issues with the contest pages. The results will be published as soon as we are able, though! :)Sam (seamster)
This is a very wise piece of advice. Thank you!
These are so elaborate! Very impressive :)
Hi Sophie,There's definitely some bugginess here! Your instructables are all there still "there" . . but just not showing on your page for some reason.I've sent this to our developers and they are aware and will hopefully fix it soon. Sam (seamster)
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