How to Make GumBall Candy Dispenser Machine From Cardboard DIY at Home

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Materials you will need-

-Cardboard

-Glue

-Wooden sticks

-Super glue

-Rubber bands

-Thick plastic/Acetate sheet

Step 1: Take Cardboard Pieces of the Given Measurements and Glue Them Together As Shown.

Step 2: Take 3 Cardboard Pieces of the Given Measurements and Glue Them As Shown. Make Markings at 4cm and Then 2.5 Cm As Shown.

Step 3: Take a Square Cardboard Piece of 6cm With a 2cm Square Hole. Place It As Shown. Make Cardboard Cutouts of the Given Measurements. Insert Wooden Sticks Through Them and Apply Super Glue. Place the 2 Small Pieces As Shown.

Step 4: Place a Rubber Band at Each End of the Wooden Stick, Double Its Thickness by Making One More Loop, and Apply Super Glue As Shown.

Step 5: Take a 6cm Square Piece of Cardboard and Make a 2cm Square Slot. Place It As Shown. Take 9cm * 7cm Piece of Cardboard and Make 2 Slots of the Given Measurements. Place It As Shown.

Step 6: Place the Plastic/acetate Sheet Over the Cardboard As Shown.

Step 7: Take a 6cm Square Piece of Cardboard and Make a 3cm Square Slot in It, But Don't Remove the Cardboard in the Slot. Insert a Wooden Stick Through One Side of the Cut. the Slot Will Now Act an Opening in the Lid. Cut the Extra Part of the Stick.

Step 8: Take 4 Cardboard Pieces of 7cm * 2.5cm and Glue Them As Shown.

Step 9: Make a Handle for the Opening As Shown. Place the Lid on Top of the Plastic/acetate Sheet.

Step 10: Give the Dispenser Machine a Desired Design. Your Gumball Candy Dispenser Machine Is Ready!

Step 11: Watch the Video for the Complete Tutorial!

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