Found an old desk lamp at a thrift store for $3, it was missing a base so decided to make my own. About $5 worth of Rockite and some studio junk brought this sad old puppy back to life
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Step 1: Make Your Mold
Found some scrap wood and cardboard and built myself a basic mold. Also lined the interior with some Plasti-dip. I used an old socket screwdriver to attach the lamp. Fits perfectly and adds some interest. Old bolts work too
Step 2: Key Tray
I don't know about you but my desk looks like a crime scene from time to time. Therefore i decided to add a little knick knack tray to store my keys. Also works as a spray paint holder.
To make this i used a paper soup bowl and a spray can to make the mold. I mixed and poured the Rockite and science do the rest.
Step 3: Now We're Cookin'
Place you're key tray in the mold and pour the Rockite around it. I added fiberglass for support but I advise doing this after you have a thin layer of cement. Before you know it it'll be rock hard and ready to go
Step 4: She's a Beaut
Kitty calendars and bobbleheads with hide in shame
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Tanju-B made it!