By Peter Manchester
From the times whilst proto-humans lashed animal jawbones to sticks and whacked wildebeest-poop slapshots in Olduvai area to brand new super-high-tech computer-assisted extravaganzas, one derivative of the hockey video game has long past ignored and untapped. previously . . . In 50 issues to Make with a damaged Hockey Stick, Peter Manchester transforms the discomfort of a fractured stick into the fun of production. directions and specific cartoons exhibit woodworkers of all talents the best way to style goods for outside, goods for interior, and goods with none objective in any respect. No basement artiste will ever throw away a damaged hockey stick back. the completed initiatives will satisfaction pals and win the distinction of detractors, even these within the maker's personal loved ones. utilizing damaged hockey sticks as tomato stakes is effortless in comparison with crafting a strolling Stick or a Piñata Stick. yet Manchester is going some distance past creating a stick out of a stick; his innovations surround the complete power of this loose and...
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2. Mock Moose A more handsome trophy could be purchased for a few bucks at a yard sale, but this proud testimony to your sense of home decor can be yours FREE with just the slight bloodying of your knuckles. Your spouse may protest, but she’d complain louder if you put up a real trophy head! Actually, unless you use a really old skate, you might achieve a trophy with no animal content whatsoever, barring carelessness with your own body parts. You’ll need a skate, the blade ends of four sticks, two ping-pong balls, a mounting board, and plenty of black stick tape.
Trim around each silicone foot for a realistic look and use contact cement to stick the feet to the bottoms of your oversized sandals. Attach nylon webbing so you can strap the Bigfoot Sandals to your boots. Fresh snow, not too deep, will make the best impression. 26. Library-Style Newspaper Holder Do you remember going to an old library that had the newspapers of the day on sticks to keep them tidy and organized? The sticks rested neatly on a table or in a frame when not in use. When you took your selection to a table to read it, nobody could steal a section from you, as you were the master of that publication.
My mother still has a key holder I made decades ago, so do a good job, line up those nails or hooks well; this is going to have your name on it for a long time. A post-modern version would consist of a nice straight piece of hockey stick with simple titanium rods sticking out. A Dadaist would randomly put in nails of various sizes after glueing all manner of hockey related printed material (game ticket stubs, programs, newspaper clippings) all over the stick. ” You, however, can do whatever you like.
50 Things to Make with a Broken Hockey Stick by Peter Manchester