About To Tell You How To Make Boxes For The Play
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Step 1: Final Product
This is the end result of how to do the boxes for the play South Pacific. It look like a lot of work but it don't time if you just be focus.
Step 2: Cut Wood
First You Start By Cutting Some Lay Sheets 19" x 9" Wood. You going to Need About 12 of 19" Wood and 9" Wood
Step 3: Put the Wood Together
Next You Have To Put 2 Of Each Wood Together To Make A Box. You Going To Have The 19" On The Top And The Bottom. Use The 9" For The Sides. Put Wood Glue On It So It Will Stay Together.
Step 4: Nail Together
Now You Got To Use A Nail Gun To Shoot Through The Wood So They Can Stay Together
Step 5: Sand It
So Now You Got The Box Together So Now You Got To Sand It Down So You Won't Have Any Rough Or Any Sharpe Points.
Step 6: Paint Boxes
Here Is The Fun Part, Now it Boxes Grey. Paint It An Light Grey, Which Means You Will Have A lot Of Water In The Paint So It Won't Be An Dark Grey.
Step 7: Now Add the Stencils
Now You Got To Spray Paint The Words On The Boxes. Best To Use Black Spray Paint So It Can Be Blacks Words.
Step 8: Done!
Now You Let The Words To Dry, Then You Done. Now You Got To Do All That Over Until You Got All The Boxes You Need