DIY Miniature Fence for Dinosaurs (or whatever) – How to craft mini wood fences

DIY Miniature Fence for Dinosaurs (or whatever) – How to craft mini wood fences



hey everyone let me just apologize in advance because this is going to be a very bad video it's gonna be bad editing bad lighting and maybe some missing information I don't know but ok people keep asking me about these fences that were in my other videos check the link below they're like where'd you get the fences where'd you get the fences where'd you get the fences so I made the fences and I'm going to kind of show you how to do it but probably not very well all right get some toothpicks get some matchsticks not like from a matchbook but wooden matchsticks these are both from the dollar store Dollar Tree so one dollar one dollar alright so next and also sorry about the moving camera and the traffic noises and the bug noises anything else ok get some lined paper I think this is college rule which means this lines are smaller closer together great so as you can see the six the toothpicks are the same distance apart as the lines that's like a guideline all right so what you do is take some of these and you take some scissors and you cut that off and you cut that off and you line this up and you line this up about one toothpick away and you get some toothpicks and I'm going to spill them everywhere okay so just you get some wood glue oh that's horrible fighting okay wood glue or you could use white glue or you could use hot glue or maybe superglue or whatever type of glue you want to use for wood this is would just get some glue and you take it too thick and or you put whatever kind of blue you're using toothpick and you get that one out of the way and you put that there and then you would be doing this with two hands usually sorry about the moving blocking like okay so anyways did you like that but make it neat I'm not making it because I only have one hand and you do like that then you get another toothpick and you put it to blue and then you blind it up with this other line here can I drop it like that you would carefully line it up like that and you keep doing that glue in place glue in place until you have either however me that is or however me that is and then you can either put the base on or you can okay this is this one matchstick on each side great or you can put double matchsticks this is double matchsticks for thickness so after you put all your toothpicks then you would just go and get another matchstick and you would take some glue and you just put glue on all your toothpicks all the way down on both sides and then you stick another matchstick so it's like so then you cut this off you don't want any of the green part so you'd want it you know oh just cut right there and then you let that dry and then you attach the base alright next I'm going to make a base for the fence so it can stand up easily like that I'm gonna take some cardboard you can use any kind of cardboard you have laying around if you don't have this plain type of cardboard you can use cereal box cardboard or cardboard that came with toys so just take your piece of cardboard and Mark along it's in centimeters I find as a centimeter is about right for the fence and just cut it with scissors or your sharp knife tool so you have long trips like this and then you're going to take a fence section and put it at the edge of the strip and mark off where how long the fence is like right there danuel cuts right here so you have exactly one fence length of cardboard all right you've got my little piece cut and I'm going to just put some glue on the bottom of the fence like that not too much and just place it on there and the wood blue is pretty good it dries in a few minutes just make sure it's centered on there and check both sides and then place it down and make sure it's not leaning to the right or the left and just hold it for a second and it will dry in about 30 seconds to a minute when you're done building your fences you can take the outside and put down some cardboard or paper to protect from the paint I'm going to use grey you could use black or silver or any color you want and just you can also use a paintbrush and just regular paint but I think this is faster so I'm just gonna do like this a couple times it's the different angles until they're completely covered once you've got one side completely covered don't forget to flip them over and paint the other side all right so sorry this is a kind of a messy bad video but that is how you make the fences for your dinosaur videos bad lighting a bye you

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