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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1178944
10/05/11 01:39 AM
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That one is hardware cloth. I found it in the lumber section at home depot

Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1179610
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That looks awesome Drisana! clap And I see your baby loves it too!!


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Where do you get the balls for your ball pit, and do you know are ping pong balls safe to use?

Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1182839
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I got my wiffle balls at Dollar Tree. You could probably get them at Target or WalMart also....


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1182859
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You can use wiffle balls or ping pong balls, I got mine from a sport store and have used them for years. thumb


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1183161
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Would love to know how to make that tube bead bridge!! Also, you think it could be made with pony beads instead????


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: dewbug91] #1183166
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Originally Posted By: dewbug91
Would love to know how to make that tube bead bridge!! Also, you think it could be made with pony beads instead????


I have a memory worse than a goldfish. I have been meaning to post pictures and everytime I remember to do it I'm out of the house *smacks forehead*. Yes, you can do it with pony beads. I am uploading the photos now.


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1183177
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Yay!!!! I was thinking that I would use fleece for the string. I know how to make the pony bead key chains, like the animals and stuff. So I think I will do the bridge just like the lacing of the keychains...


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: LiveInTheMoment] #1183178
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I used to make animals out of pony beads all the time when I was little like the above image. I haven't tried making a suggie bridge out of pony beads, but I'm sure it would be just as fun! You would definitely need a lot of beads though smile.

What you will need:
-100 tube beads give or take (depends on how long you want to make it).
-5 yards of rexlace (I prefer to have too much rexlace than too little).

Step 1:


Take one end of the rexlace and slide 2 or more tube beads onto it. Hold them in place, do not let them slide down to the center of the rexlace.

Step 2:


Take the opposite end of the rexlace and slide it through the tube beads.

Step 3:


Pull on both ends of the rexlace until the beads go to the center of the rexlace.

Step 4:



Then to add the ends that attach to the cage, I simply took some extra rexlace, slid one end through the last two tube beads (on each end I did this). Then I added tube beads single file on both sides of the rexlace, took a lanyard hook and tied the ends to the lanyard hook.

I'm not great with instructions so if you have questions, shoot me a PM.


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: dewbug91] #1183180
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Originally Posted By: dewbug91
Yay!!!! I was thinking that I would use fleece for the string. I know how to make the pony bead key chains, like the animals and stuff. So I think I will do the bridge just like the lacing of the keychains...


Haha, you made the pony bead animals too? That's exactly where I got this idea from. From like.. 6-10 years old I was OBSESSED with making pony bead animals. Not sure why. But every relative and friend of mine had one of my creations tounge.


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1183181
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Thanks! I will post a picture when I am done!


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1183182
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I sell them at dog shows... But I was thinking about making them safe for suggies!!!


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1183210
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Thank you for posting this!! That is exactly where I got the idea to try this too-I just don't get why mine seem to not want to stay together and end up forming a sort of circle-but now that I know forsure I have the right idea I'm going to give her another go-can't wait-thanks again!


uh oh....I just got an idea to try and work this out as a ladder by putting some space in between each row of tube beads...I'm going to try and work that out I think. Yikes. It's embarassing how excited I just got about this.

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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Lisha] #1183230
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Originally Posted By: Lisha
Thank you for posting this!! That is exactly where I got the idea to try this too-I just don't get why mine seem to not want to stay together and end up forming a sort of circle-but now that I know forsure I have the right idea I'm going to give her another go-can't wait-thanks again!


uh oh....I just got an idea to try and work this out as a ladder by putting some space in between each row of tube beads...I'm going to try and work that out I think. Yikes. It's embarassing how excited I just got about this.


I have one that goes diagonal in their cage (top left to bottom right), they love it thumb


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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1208607
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is this the net you use? http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=WGM&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&q=where+to+buy+landware+net&gs_upl=21309l25815l0l25978l17l14l2l0l0l4l249l2037l4.8.2l16l0&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&biw=1280&bih=617&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=11784506375894105318&sa=X&ei=FKn2TqLFE6Tx0gGaneTFAg&ved=0CDIQ8wIwAg

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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1208737
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I found these bike lock cable things in the bicycle section of Meijer for ~$7 each. They didn't seem to have any at the Walmart I went to and I haven't checked Target yet.

I *really* like these because they always return to their perfect shape and they have a perfect bounce to them.



I tied pieces of fleece to it, to make your cookie-cutter fleece vine, only with a nice shape and awesome bounce.



I'm thinking, however, that I'm going to leave these "Naked" and not put fleece on them, I think my gliders will enjoy jumping and bouncing off of them, they have the perfect grip, perfect feel. They even stretch pretty darn far for larger cages. They will be my faux-vines that are super easy to clean! Ah, I just love these! I wish I could find some in pink! Going to google now. Perhaps someone, somewhere, makes them for children's bikes. I bet I can find pink ones somewhere! :lshower:

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Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1209207
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SAME HERE smile
Originally Posted By: Gizmogirl
:roflmao: Give me a moment, will you Vona? :roflmao:

I'll have to find some time to make more toys and put it out here for you guys. I have a bunch of toy making stuff, just need to get to it. wink

Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1218446
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I'm wanting the tube bridge instructions too!!

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for some reason the thread went all crazy! I see the instructions!

Re: DO IT YOURSELF - TOYS - PART TWO [Re: Gizmogirl] #1219641
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Hey guys! I'm really new here smile I have 3 gliders and just tried to make my first glider toy! :D How does it look? Does it look safe? I'm finding that the rexlace is kind of stretchy and I'm just not sure if I made this bridge right...


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clap Looks awesome!


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Thanks!

I have a question... I went to Home Depot to find that landware net to make tubes and play things but I found a few different things with different names.... I wasn't sure which is the right product. One netting was 1/2" spaces but it was like plastic coated metal and another was 1" spacing and it was plastic thru and thru. Which is right? Does it matter?


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You can use either, depending on the toy that you're making. If you want something more sturdy, go with the one that has the wire in it. If you don't need sturdy, the all plastic one is fine also.

Just keep in mind (expecially with the one that has wire) you have to wrap the edges with fleece when you're done to cover the sharp edges that you cut.


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For anyone who's looking for greatpriceson the plastic chain !! Go to either rockportroost.com or nalani toys. I just ordered a whole bunch after about 70 hours of searching the web for the best prices!!! Enjoy!!


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I ordered from Rockport Roost a few times in the past and always will in the future-I had a million questions about how much shipping would be in a million different hypothetical situations (I'll admit it, I'm cheap as hell haha!) and she never got irritated with me at all whatsoever and also helped me figure out how much I could get stuffed into 1 little flat rate envelope so I could get the cheapest shipping possible and THEN on top of all that I ordered this violet color she had at the time and she also threw in some of the regular purple (for free) in case I didn't like the violet color (which I didn't) b/c she didn't care for it herself SO basically.... order from there you'll be glad ya did wink


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I tried to order from their site last night and it says they are closed for a buying trip. Anyone know how long they usualy close for?


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Originally Posted By: Chattenoire
I found these bike lock cable things in the bicycle section of Meijer for ~$7 each. They didn't seem to have any at the Walmart I went to and I haven't checked Target yet.

I *really* like these because they always return to their perfect shape and they have a perfect bounce to them.



I tied pieces of fleece to it, to make your cookie-cutter fleece vine, only with a nice shape and awesome bounce.



I'm thinking, however, that I'm going to leave these "Naked" and not put fleece on them, I think my gliders will enjoy jumping and bouncing off of them, they have the perfect grip, perfect feel. They even stretch pretty darn far for larger cages. They will be my faux-vines that are super easy to clean! Ah, I just love these! I wish I could find some in pink! Going to google now. Perhaps someone, somewhere, makes them for children's bikes. I bet I can find pink ones somewhere! :lshower:


This is such an awesome idea!!! Looks like ill be heading to target later!!


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I found some awesome pink ones at Target (bike lock thingies) but didn't get them because I don't get how or if you were supposed to take the big lock part off of them???


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Hope this is also for sharing. smile A simple no sew flower I made. It's easy to make. Cut out flower shapes of fleece and snip two small holes into the flower. Use Rexlace string of whatever length you want and slip through the two holes. With ends facing you, tie a knot to secure the string. String some beads on the ends & knot them.
Insta-flower


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Thats such a cool flower ill have to try that ! It looks so cute !

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