recycled toys continues

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phyllis mcdaniel

By
@pjcrafty

didn't want to throw anything away, so came up with WALLY, i guess STUBBY'S sibling.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Serves:
everyone

Ingredients

  • 1
    old set of kitchen scales
  • 2
    old satellite dishes torn apart
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    cable wire
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    screws and nuts
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    imagination
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    extra parts left over from stubby, my wheely flower pot

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Step-by-Step

  1. first i tore apart the two satellite dishes, then i took apart and old set of kitchen scales, then using my trusty wood burning tool, burnt the holes where i needed them, for the arms and eyes. the antenna on top, is STUBBY'S other hub and axle, the eyes are STUBBY'S hub caps, the legs are from the satellite dish, arms are heavy cable wire out of the satellite dishes, the hands are badge clips, the feet are old mounts from an old stool, where it connects to the seat.

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Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tag: For Kids



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