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Re: Re: Pin sculpture toy

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Sidnie Miller (sidmill.us)
Fri, 11 Sep 1998 17:38:18 -0700 (PDT)


Several people have asked me how to make one of these, and I must admit I
was just thinking out loud, but, keeping in mind I haven't built one, here
goes some more thinking. With corrugated cardboard make the top of a box,
say 4"x4"x1'tall. Get graph paper with 1/8" grids and glue on top and
stick pins (dull first with sandpaper or a file) every 1/8". Then you
could play with the forms by pushing up on the bottom--ie push all the
pins in and then push up from the bottom with a scissors and you get
the raised form of the scissors in the pins. I think it would work. Sid

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