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Make:SF Oct 11th @ The Tech Shop

Hello Makers,

Just in time for Halloween, learn to make a lightweight headpiece out of cardboard and hot glue.  We'll start with a basic structure and cover some different ways that you an create helmets, monster heads, and more.

This is a workshop will be $5 and is suitable for all ages, but children under 10 should be supervised by an adult, as we'll be using sharp implements (scissors, knives) and hot glue.

Bring:  Spare cardboard (cereal boxes, regular boxes,etc), markers, an xacto knife or box cutter, scissors, hot glue gun, and your imagination.  We'll have plenty of extras on hand as well.

This fun-for-all-ages event starts at 6:30pm. Children under 14 need to be accompanied by an adult. 

If you are working on a project and want to show it off or get help bring it in. We want to see the cool stuff you are doing :)

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See you soon!


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  • A former member
    A former member

    Thanks Anca! Not sure how to send you email, but if you or a friend is interested in a paying collaboration for a halloween project let me know. I need help! Looking forward to your class.

    October 4, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Ok, thanks!

    October 4, 2011

  • Anca

    You can do some amount of curvature - there are tricks you can do which we can discuss and demonstrate. You can also use these techniques and then papier-mache over it as well.

    October 4, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Is this a useful technique for a mask with high amounts of curvature such as an animal head mask?

    October 4, 2011

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    Bay Area Meetup Manager, Assistant Organizer,
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  • Anca
    East Bay Leader, Assistant Organizer,
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    South Bay Leader, Assistant Organizer,
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  • Make:SF F.
    Founder & Operations Manager, Organizer,
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