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Tinytreasures's Make a Samurai Sword
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Uploaded on December 23, 2011

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We used plain wooden bifold door pulls and painted images on with fabric paint. I just printed up a pattern for the images on the internet and glued them on to the pull and then traced over the patten with the fabric paint. I painted white around the outside of the image to hide the paper edge and then used polyurethane over the top. Polyurethane yellows over time and so the end result looks like ivory.
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Posted: 24/12/2011 8:33:35 AM
Brilliant, what an excellent addition to this project. Your Katana's look amazing, and I love the little one. Thx for posting these great pictures, they're a real inspiration.
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