Mutation Sensation

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this is Mickey (as you know) and his country cousin Carlos who were both found in the trash of Barcelona, Spain.

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Step 1: Primero

cut off poor little Mickey's smiley face.

Step 2: Segundo

cut off Mickey's country cousin Carlos's poor little crossed eyed head.

Step 3: Tercero

Mutate their bodies together and throw the heads aside for other projects...

Step 4: Final

make some mastery detail work if you feel like it
and walla... you have got yourself a Mutation Sensation made at home
Now you can ask your self what is depleted uranium and how is it being used?
good luck.

Step 5: P.S. How to Sew in 3 Dimension

insert the string and make a knot on one of the two pieces you want to sew together.

Step 6: Sexto

make knot

Step 7: Septimo

pass needle to other object and insert stitching directly across from the out-point of the first piece

Step 8: Octavo

continue making back and forth square-wave pattern stitching... always entering directly across from the out-point of the other side...

Step 9: Noveno

tighten up the stitching from time to time so that it disappears... I occasionally make knots in case the string breaks half-way through. As well, I use a thick string so the object can withstand heavy play...
have fun!

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    4 Discussions

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    kathmonkey

    8 years ago on Step 4

    Walla?
    Voila?
    Love the 'ible - just sayin'...

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    crowpap

    10 years ago on Introduction

    clever. that´s one of the funniest ideas for all those millions of stuffed toys around the world. wierd that there are so many if you stop to think about it. and, why the question about depleted uranium? mutations?