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Were you chuckling at least some of the time you were making this? I had to keep going back to the top picture, wait what armchair. I'm so glad you shared this with us.
another question: can I make this without a 3-d printer or press? I'd prefer a more hand made solution. I'd love to use it for transplanting cuttings.
I think Methyl Cellulose powder might help with the too much water issue. It is very concentrated so if you try it, start with a small amount. It also has some water and flame resistances qualities. I'm pretty sure it can be found in a food safe form if you care and it biodegradable.
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This is great! Could you put the baby in there(in a sling)?
add my wow to the rest, great job. I did start thinking about digging out a swimming hole when you've recovered....... again,what a great job
what kind of spray paint did you use? what primer?? I didn't see a tools list. looks great , ready for fun.
Glue: I believe that the glue called methyl cellulose has a quality that might change the look of you lamp if you like. Methyl Cellulose is a powder and when mixed with water dries invisible and SHRINKS the paper just enough to make it conform to the shape of the frame a bit tighter. your gentler fit looks great on your form but a more complex shape might benefit from a tighter fit. The powder can be found in book binder supplies or a craft store that sells specialty papers. a very little bit of the powder goes a long way. a spot welder would be lovely too. there is an instructable for that.