What else do you do with a spare MUNNY head? You make a hot air balloon with it. At least that’s what Sydnee Davidson aka sillysid has done for her latest creative custom. Enjoy these works-in-progress shots showing you the steps Sydney followed to create this cute one of a kind MUNNY.
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Step 1: Used Sclupey to make the grooves of the balloon panels, and baked the head to harden the clay.
Step 2: Made the basket out of chip board and tape.
Step 3: Glue strips of brown jewelry string vertically along the outside of the basket.
Step 4: Drew the pattern of the checker squares on the head, then painted.
Step 5: Used hot glue and wire to create the frame of the basket to fasten to the head. Then wrapped the wire in more brown jewelry string. Then hot glued the frame to the bottom of the head.
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