This is my first Instructable! I am so excited!!!!!
I've been looking around at Disney frozen (love the movie!) instructables and noticed, what isn't there any Kristoff and Sven instructables out there? There important too. So I'm going to change that. I'm making five other different Frozen related instructables in the future! With out further ado here is Sven's Antlers tutorial!!!
List Of Materials:
Tan Duct Tape
Hot Glue Gun
Sharpie (not shown)
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Step 1: Research
The first thing I did was to look up what Sven's antlers really looked like
Step 2: Base
I basically took the paper crumbled it up and twisted it around. Make two of those and take the masking tape and wrap it around. Keep making till you get the size you want. You would want too make two of these.
Step 3: Add-ons
If you look at the antlers again you will notice he has 6 "branches" sticking out, you can use that amount or less. Design it any way you want. Do the same thing you did on step 2 but use half the regular sized pieces of paper. Make sure you make two of each one. Now tape them on to the base in the position you want it.
Step 4: Taping the Color
Get the color duct tape you want for your project and start taping around each antler until it is fully covered. Don't mind that second picture.
Step 5: Marking Down
Get the headband and start marking down with the sharpie where the antlers are going to go. Make sure the market is visible.
Step 6: Glueing Down
Get the hot glue gun and start glueing the antlers to the headband. The hot glues not very strong so you would want to redo that several times till you can rig on it and not break or see that the clear glue has turned to a whitish color.
Step 7: Show It Off
This one is the most obvious! You spent minutes making that you want to show that off to someone (or your dog). Maybe a costume party or a Sven costume.
I hoped you like my instructable! Many more to come!! :)
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