Miniature Dollhouse Knives

These miniature dollhouse knives were super easy to make. If you want to make them please check out my video tutorial.

Miniature dollhouse knife video tutorial

Miniature dollhouse axe video tutorial

Cat Tree

So today I made two different cat trees and I don’t even have a pet cat or a miniature cat nor can I find one I like on the internet lol

 

I’ll be adding the tutorial soon to my YOUTUBE channel soon so don’t forget to subscribe.

TALK TO US-QUESTION REPLY

 

QUESTION FROM Toni- Would love to learn the best way to wire my house. Don’t know if I should hardwire or use tape. Do you guys know or have any tips?

ANSWER: We used copper tape and 12 volt LED lights. We don’t have many lighting tutorials but you can see how we did ours by following this link.

http://www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com/dollhouse-structures/lights/

QUESTION FROM Milli-I am working on the Greenleaf Orchid house and am about ready to start painting.  This kit is balsa wood and the edges are not clean.  I can sand, but there are areas where the wood has split or has flaked.  This is my first time working with balsa and I’d like to have a clean look on the porch banisters, window trim, etc.

Any ideas about what product or process would help to fill out the edges of the balsa and make a smoother base for painting?

Thanks!  Hope you all are having a fantastic new year!

ANSWER: This is a problem we have had as well. If you follow the link below then watch these videos you will see how you can address these issues.

Repair Holes-Wood Edges

Repair Wood Post

Fix Roof Wood Gaps

http://www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com/dollhouse-structures/building-tips-tricks/

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Do you have a question, suggestion or even a project tutorial request? Or perhaps you have a problem that you are struggling with and need a little guidance? Well, now you can complete this all new form and we will do the best we can to help you out.

Once we have some submissions Dad and I will review all the forms and talk to you back.
 

Greenleaf Storybook Cottage Dollhouse Build

​So we started this kit today and after working on it all day this is what we were able to complete in just one day. We will continue to work on this project so don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and my website for the latest updates. Also we recorded each build step as a build tutorial so I will share that video with you all soon.

(Part 1) We did the basic build.

(Part 2) Now we are off into the room addition build process…

 

Click the image below to see more…

1:12 Scale Ruler

Are you a little confused about converting measurements to 1:12 scale…

Well there’s no more worries because dad and I have put together a ruler guild for you to use. All you have to disagree is watch this super short tutorial then download the PDF file.

 

Beacon Hill Comes Home

It’s so hard to believe that we finished the Beacon Hill Dollhouse in just 11 months. This beauty was a beast lol. If you would like to see more photos of the process there are hundreds listed on my Facebook page “Dollhouse Miniature Madness and Tutorials” (CLICK HERE). Also you can check out the latest builds including all our furniture tutorials by subscribing to this website and also to my YouTube channel.

I really hope you all enjoy looking at the photos today and while you’re here stop by and view some of our other pages. You will be surprised at how many FREE templates and tutorials you will find along with some great building tips and tricks that will help you get started in your build.

I will also post a video tour at the bottom of this page too…

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Christmas Holiday

Christmas is near and its that time again to dress up your house. So with that being said here we go….

Twisted Trees make great Christmas Trees

How To Twisted Tree

See here is one Holiday Tree but wait I have 2 more twisted tree styles too…

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We used 1″ hemp rope from Home Depot for this first tree. They sell it by the foot so you don’t have to buy a large roll.

However, you can also make an artificial looking Christmas tree by using mini pine garland roping or you can use different color garland roping for different colored trees.

Watch this video to see how I made wrapping paper, tree ornaments & a tree skirt

Wrapping Gifts

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So after I made this video I decided to create my own graphics then turn them into miniature wrapping paper. I tried to include Christmas, Hanukkah and some basic patterns. However, I am thinking of making some birthday paper too so don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and my website so you don’t miss out on it.

Download your wrapping paper PDF here: wrapping-paper

wrapping-paper

Stay tuned for lots more to come…

Miniature Dollhouse Arcade Game

This was so much fun creating. I opened up my PC the started illustrating my graphics. Not the best of art but as far as miniature goes it works out fabulous or at least I think so lol.
I’ll be posting this tutorial and template soon so don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and my website.www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com

Video Transcript

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ok guys so today I’m going to show you
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how to make a miniature arcade game
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ok guys so the very first thing you need
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to do is get the template from my
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website and print it out then cut the
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scroll ok guys so now we’re going to
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install a screen so you’re gonna need
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some Mod Podge and then what you’re
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going to do is you’re going to paint it
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on your screen section get it completely
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covered try to thin it out the best that
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you can you don’t want to think because
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it will bubble up the paper because this
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is just regular printing paper now you
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could use some photo paper if you like
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but I didn’t do that now you’re going to
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turn it over and you’re going to place
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this directly in the center just like
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that
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make sure you get it good and in the
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center and then flatten it around the
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edges just to make sure like that
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ok so now after that then I’m going to
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take a box knife and i’m going to go on
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something flat and i’m just going to cut
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the excess all just like that
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should leave me with that now I’m going
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to paint some Mod Podge over top of it
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ok so now you want to let that dry after
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you’ve painted on with a soft paint
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brush
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ok so now you want to go ahead and glue
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this right here like this
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ok now you want to take the front bottom
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and you want to bevel this edge right
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here you can do that by using sandpaper
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should be approximately a 45 degree
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angle
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ok so now you want to put a piece of
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tape on the back side of this masking
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tape is what we’re using and that’s
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going to help hold it when we glue it
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you’re going to take the back piece line
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it right even with the edge and then
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i’ll show you how we’re gonna do it
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right once you have it lined up even
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with the edge make sure the top meets
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then you’re going to put some glue right
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along here and then your tape should
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fold much like a bookbinding and then
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you want to fold that way doesn’t really
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matter about this line of glue right
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here but you can wipe it off of the
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bothers you
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ok the tape will help hold that until it
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dries
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alright so next we’re going to go ahead
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and put glue right here along the bottom
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and on this side here you may need a
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little bit more if it’s the end green
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make sure it’s even with the bottom and
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even with this live here and then use
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masking tape to hold it until it dies
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at this point you can stand it up on the
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side and press it down to make sure you
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haven’t even with the ground for the
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table
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ok so the front piece if you remember I
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said you had to cut this at a 45 or you
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have to sand it we just went ahead and
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sand it are set of 45 so you can kind of
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see it we’re going to go ahead and put
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that on next
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ok so now what I’ve done is up at some
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go here and then I’ve add some right
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here along the back and then we’re going
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to attach it right here even with the
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front of this and even with the bottom
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and then you want to make sure that your
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line is evenly dispersed right along the
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front here because it’s going to be
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recessed a little bit and work once you
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have it where you need to be then you
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want to secure it with masking tape
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ok so now this piece that we did in the
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beginning is dry and then you want to do
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the same thing here as we did here
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withstanding it on a 45 and then we’re
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going to glue it right here
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ok so i went ahead and put some glue on
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are beveled edge there and a little bit
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of glue here now the 45 angle is going
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to face toward the top and then we’re
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going to put it right in here like this
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make sure your line is even because you
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will have a little bit of a space there
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and then remove the excess glue with
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like a popsicle stick or something good
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ok so now we’re going to the top right
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here
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t-shirts even with the back
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and then make sure it’s even along this
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side here
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alright once you have it even remove
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your excess glue
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and then we’ll install the top screen
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ok it install the screen we went ahead
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and double this just slightly right and
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then we’re going to add some glue right
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along the edge and then also right along
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this edge then we’ll put some tape on
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there don’t move
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then we’re just going to insert the
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frame of the screen right in that spot
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try to keep your space even all the way
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down because it is going to be a little
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bit of a space
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okay so this isn’t necessary but just to
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kind of help hold it because I’m not
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waiting for it to dry i went ahead and
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attach the piece of scrap wood right
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there just to kind of keep it from
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sliding and i also put tape on the back
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here and people in the back here to hold
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it until it dries
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however because it’s on the back you
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don’t need to worry about removing it
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right now what we’re going to do is
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we’re gonna line all along here with
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glue and then up on this side here with
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glue
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ok so now i have the glue on the end
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here which will go right up in here and
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then all along one here and now we’re
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gonna place this on top with the back
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and the top being even two and then you
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want to tape it to hold it until it
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dries
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ok so this is what it looked like before
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you paint it or do anything like that
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the screen you can do whatever you want
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but as far as the joystick and
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everything goes you can use the print
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out and then you can also use either a
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stick pen or a map pen for the joystick
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ok so if you don’t want to see the edge
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right here with the line on there you
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can always cut a very thin piece of
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balsa wood and then sand it on an angle
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and then just place it on here right on
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top and then you won’t have to see that
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unfinished edge
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however when you paint it you probably
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won’t even see it anyway and putting the
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standard edge down the bottom
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and I’m lining the top edge right there
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ok so the arcade game is done now all
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but we have to do is take this recycled
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plastic which you can get off the
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packaging that’s where i got mine cut it
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to fit inside here and then you’re going
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to create the screen with it now you mod
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podge this of course but now you’re
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going to put this right here and then
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you’re gonna fold it just slide right up
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underneath there and then you have what
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looks like a screen now this I have to
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put a little bit more go alongside and
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add enough but for this part here i just
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used a piece of cardboard and I cut it
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to fit the logo at the top and then this
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is just a stick pen that you use for
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sellin it just kind of gives it that
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feel of a control stick or joystick i
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should say and then for the side panels
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in the template it’s just a rectangle
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you just want to measure it to fit there
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and then you want to mod podge it the
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same way we do wallpaper but do not use
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excessive amounts of the Mod Podge
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because what will happen is the paper
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will start the bubble and crinkle you
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don’t want that you just want a very
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thin even layer all the way down on the
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wood then you want to put that on there
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press it real good smooth it out let it
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dry once it’s dry then put the top code
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one when that’s dry then you want to
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take in lay it flat like this take your
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box cutter and cut right along the edge
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i made that template part with the
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pattern on it bigger because you could
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have that time for that space to cut it
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if I didn’t do that then you might not
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have it accurate and you don’t want to
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have that ok so again this is just a
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piece of cardboard and you can see where
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i don’t have a clue on there i got a
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little bit more glue it’s recycle i’ll
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put a little piece of glue on there and
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that’ll cover that and you can see the
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gloss from now having that plan
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stick on there now this is just recycled
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but you can also get off sheet
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protectors and they’re about the same
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thickness and you can use that
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and I just painted a light yellow I may
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have to go back and put a little bit
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darker yellow on it because my print out
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a little bit lighter than a little bit
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more yellow than the actual color
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opinionated with that’s it
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hopefully this tutorial was helpful and
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don’t forget to Like and subscribe below
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leave a comment question or suggestion
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and if you decide to make one of these
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little arcade games definitely share
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with us because i’d love to see how you
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do it and we will be making more until
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next time have a great day

Foosball Table

Wow if this wasn’t intriguing. Every step made me more curious as to how I was going to make this one actually work. All in all I did it. However, dad came up with the wooden Foosball people idea which was an awesome idea. Although I ended up deciding to use erasers instead just because I really did not want to paint all those little wooden people lol Wooden would looked much nicer though but it’s not like the dolls will know the difference right lol I’ll post this tutorial soon along with the updated template. So don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel and my website. www.dollhouseminiaturemadnessandtutorials.com

Video Transcript

hi guys welcome back today I’m going to
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show you how you can make a foosball
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table
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the very first thing you need to do is
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you need to go on my website and you’re
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going to need to print out this template
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it has the measurements and everything
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you wanted that you need and then this
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piece here will give you a key on what
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the actual parts all me like glue that’s
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a little food man
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purple that’s the other little foods man
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and then these are the handles and the
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bumpers is the screen one
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ok now when you’re doing it if you
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measure your thing you can use this as a
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guide to where you want to put your
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holes at two
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alright so gonna print that out it’s
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under dollhouse measurements and
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tutorials com and we’ll get started
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so once you have all of your pieces cut
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out but you’re going to have to do is
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you’re out to separate them and for the
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ends here i just use a band saw and cut
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out that half moon right there half
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circle but you can actually use a drill
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bit if you want and just drill it out
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then sand it down or you can cut it out
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using that little coping saw same way
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with this
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alright so you’re going to have a bottom
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a top or the game feels going to be if
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you want to paint this you can but as
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long as you put the template to size
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you’ll see it says on this one printed
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scale if you print it to scale and you
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cut it out exactly how it prints these
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here fields will match this nice so
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it’ll work perfect now mine is cut a
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little bit bigger because i went by the
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measurements and like i said before
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sometimes you lose a little bit when
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you’re scaling it into the computer so
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mine’s just school lightly off there so
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my fields not gonna fit perfect
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however if you cut it out as this size
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and uses your template
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as it will write ok so what I’ve done is
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I’ve taken the top piece and i put it
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over top of the bottom piece and then
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I’ve marked where the circles are going
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to be okay at this point if you want
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this to be painted you can paint it not
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you don’t have to but what you do need
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to do is you need to take your spacers
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and you’re going to have to glue them
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together and put them right on there
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just like that
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alright so i’m gonna go ahead and get
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some glue and I’m gonna glue them
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together and I’m a glue onto the space
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ok so when you’re gluing it you want to
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put glue on the corners of it and on the
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one side of it to start with right and
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then you’re going to press it in there
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try to get it as straight as you can on
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here leave in equal amounts on each side
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and then equal amounts at the end you
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can pull this down try to make it even
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with this here and even with it here but
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do not overlap that circle part
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k so
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now once you have that done you can
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clean the grew up around the edge if you
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want but it’s not necessary because it’s
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not going to be seen
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so you got equal here equal here it’s
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close to equal on the front and on the
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back
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make it even right now you’re gonna put
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some glue on top of here
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ok so now you’re going to glue this on
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top here right but you need to make sure
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that when you do it you have it even
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otherwise it will end up being a monkey
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just like that okay let it sit
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and dry check all four sides right now
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at this point while this is drying you
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need to mark where you’re going to put
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the line so like what i did is i held up
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against it and then i trace where I want
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my line to be so that way I know
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ok once that’s dry them with glue the
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rest of it together
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ok so the next step is to go ahead and
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put glue on all the sides and then you
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want to add your side panels when you’re
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putting this one this has to be at the
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bottom and then you want to put glue on
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the side here
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just like that
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and attach them at the bottom
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okay now you’re going to squeeze this
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together make sure you have it straight
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make sure all your ends right here here
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and all are all imagine just leave that
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just like that
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then we’ll let that dry
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ok so now you can cut out your template
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for the top and if you match yours up to
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the template on there then they should
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fit pretty perfect and then you can set
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it in there and then apply some Mod
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Podge before you put it on there put
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some Mod Podge on top of it to seal it
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since mine does not fit up i’m going to
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actually go ahead and just paint that
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little teeny tiny space there like i
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said i made $OPERAND years the words
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gonna fit if he’s long as you cut your
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template for your wood to fit the
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template i actually did mine as the
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measurements so it’s just a tiny bit
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bigger so it also a little bit in the
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scanning process and creating part so
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once that’s dry well first you want to
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get rid of all of your excess glue along
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the edge forget that go on there or
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remove that other and then after that
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then you want to apply your legs on the
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bottom one in each corner and then glue
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it all right so now you’re justifying
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the glue on there and sticking it right
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onto the Kona
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and then you let it dry make sure you
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have them straight to not cook it and
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then let them dry and it’ll stand like
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that
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ok so now like I’m going to mod podge
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that on there and everything but the
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purpose of having that board on the
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inside is for the ball now this is
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obviously just a bead but when it goes
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down in there’s nowhere for it to go if
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you notice it doesn’t go back any
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further it just stays in that little
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section right there so you should be
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able to get it out pretty easily
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alright and then we’ll go ahead and add
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the rest of it to it and i’ll show you
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the next step so stay too
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ok so now you have pretty much the whole
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thing put together you can at this point
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my dodge your top one here but the next
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step is to glue your quarter-inch pieces
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on here but we have to drill the holes
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for them first so we want to tape them
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together
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ok see you want to make sure that you
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have them even on both ends before you
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put your masking tape around it tape it
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and then go again at the other end and
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tape that just like that
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ok so how have done this is I’ve laid
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out my template and I’ve got it laying
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on the side and I went in about a
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quarter of an inch on each leaving even
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spacing and then I marked where I want
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my things to go now you want to go
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directly down the center of that all the
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way down
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that’s not the center but go down the
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center of it
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ok so for this part once i had my Center
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marked i went ahead and i took a piece
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of the same wire and i put it down the
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center of that and i went ahead and
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decided to go ahead and draw slowly
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driving and
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other now I did turn my wire into like a
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little half . so now you just want to go
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and do all of them just like that
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ok so once you have them drill then you
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want to take your end pieces that we
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have cut apply some glue to it
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they’re going to put it directly and top
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of that end make sure that it’s even now
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to avoid this part if you don’t want to
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do it like this then you can always make
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your bottom pieces just a tiny bit
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taller you can make this piece and this
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piece a quarter inch taller but i just
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thought it would be easier to do the
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holes this way so that’s why i did not
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like this
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ok so what I’ve done is I’ve added my
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parts there now I’m going to add my
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template on top and press it down
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you want to make sure it’s even so it’s
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not bending on the side
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all right now once you get press down
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and you want to layer of Mod Podge again
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ok so once you have that done then you
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want to glue your sides on
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put a little bit right here on this edge
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to and over here on this edge
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and then you want to go right there in
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place
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should look kinda like that and then do
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the other side the same way
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okay now you’re going to take the second
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piece here and you’re going to cut it
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and fit right in between here and make
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sure that you have it even with the top
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go ahead and rub your glue into that
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opening if there is one because
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sometimes the wood isn’t exactly level
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or straight when you buy it so you
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rather news in wood filler you can just
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kind of put your glue in there and then
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you’re gonna do the same thing to the
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side
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ok so once you have that done then you
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want to tape it so that it’s secure
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until it dries
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ok so to make our food people we are
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going to be using some wooden craft
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sticks and what we did is we cut a bunch
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of them at 38 inches and then we’re
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going to be drilling a hole right in the
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center now I will tell you this the
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drill bit that were using is actually
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just a piece of wire and we ground the
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end of it to make it to where we could
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use it as a drill bit that way would be
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the same size that you can use your
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drill bit if you want
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so he’s just kinda late just throwing it
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right through there
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with the wire
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let’s go into your fingers takes a
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little bit of time but it works out
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great because when you put it on top of
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that or through the piece on the table
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it’s going to go easier
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ok so I just attached it onto the wood
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and then you can stand them in pain on
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whatever color you want but as you can
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see it rotates now I used a piece of
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baling wire to do this here and I
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painted the inside and everything and I
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actually paint the outside too but then
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i sanded it i didn’t like the texture of
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it being rough on the edge so i standed
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the whole thing again and I’ll just
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repaint it but your foods me and you can
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paint any which way you want if you want
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to get detailed or just paint solid
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colors and sand them also as well
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alright and then we’ll do the handles
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the same way we’ll be back
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ok so for your wire is just floral wire
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and I put some duct tape around the end
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of it to make the handle and then you
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want to apply some crazy glue at the
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very end to keep it from going forward
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or backward with the duct tape because
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sometimes they want to move after that
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then you want to put it in your hole
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right here and for my foosball people i
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just took my research that looks like
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this and I cut it to fit so it’s not
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quite touching the bottom but it’s got a
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tiny bit of space but it’s very close
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then I took another piece of wire and I
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use that as my drill and I poke the hole
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in each one and then now I’m just
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following the pattern on the template
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and i’m applying them you have to work
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it a little bit to get it in there
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ok
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alright you want to do all of them just
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like that slide it on there
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ok when you get to the other side you
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want to poke it through that hole on
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that side once you get it in that hole
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push it all the way through to wear this
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is touching the wood on this side then
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take your pliers and you want to put a
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bend and the wire so it should look like
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that once you have it done
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push your bar all the way across to
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where it’s like this and then adjust
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your foosball people to match this side
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here
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ok
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and it should work
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just like that
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now you can apply a little bit of glue
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on each one if you want on the sides of
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it to keep them from sliding back and
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forth but if nobody’s really going to
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play with it then you don’t need to
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write you want to continue that process
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along both sides again put a little dab
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of crazy glue on the edge here and on
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the edge of this side of the tape just
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to keep it from sliding and then the
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same way there you notice they do slide
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now loose ball tables have stopper so if
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you don’t want to bend your wire you can
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glue a bead on the end rather than
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gluing it i mean rather than bending it
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here
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alright continue this process with the
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applying the race or to the wire and the
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tape for the next two holes and then
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you’ll be done and all you have to do is
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paint
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