Finally the instructable for the finger snowboard shown in my slideshow (improved!).
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Step 1: The Parts You Will Need...
The picture shows all you need apart from another couple of sheets and some simple office tape!
Step 2: Design...
I guess everybody likes a different design, but the basic things are:
-You have to make it large enough so that the ends of the bindings do not go off the edges too much.
-Long enough to accustom both of the bindings without the being squashed together; but not too long.
-Nice round edges.
Most of it is common sense really...
Step 3: Making the Deck (part 1)
-You now have your template. Cut this out.
-Now take a new sheet of paper and fold so you get some good thick stuff to cut from.
-Check if it can accustom the width of your board.
-Trace around the template on your thick stuff.
Step 4: Making the Deck (part 2)
-Before cutting out everything staple the whole lot as shown. You will want to staples on each side to bend when making the tail and the nose.
-When you have this cut out!
Step 5: Making the Deck (part 3)
Now the final part...
-Circle lots of tape round it to make a nice, hard structure.
-Bend the nose and the tail.
-Bend those staples to to make to board keep it's shape.
There... You have the deck!
Step 6: The Bindings
You will have to custom make the bindings for each finger.
-First you cut a square of paper approximately what I have shown you.
-Roll it round your finger etc... To make it look like what is on the photos.
-You then ensure it's sturdiness using tape and make it look better with strips of paper. It's common sense really...
-Do not make the bindings to large, long, high etc...
Make two of these...
Step 7: Stick It All Together! (you Are Nearly Finished!)
-This is common sense...
Step 8: Well Done!
You have finished the Finger Snowboard!