Deadpool Office Swag – Geeky DIY

Deadpool Office Swag – Geeky DIY

Hey there fellow GeekTubers! Here is the written list of what I used for each project on the video parts one and two!  Enjoy! And if you guys make these send me a pic to my Crafty Amino, or Instagram accounts!

Crafty Amino – http://aminoapps.com/p/12dgn

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/mary_b_rose/

 

DeadPool Pencil Bag

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  • Printable Deadpool Craft Logos
  • 1 freezer quality quart size sliding ziplock bag
  • Black, red, and white colored duct tape
  • Sturdy ruler with a metal edge
  • self healing cutting mat
  • Xacto knife
  • regular craft scissors
  1. Measure off about four inches from the slider and cut off the bottom.  Tape it down to your self healing cutting mat with some painters tape.  Begin to lay the black duct tape across the ziplock bag one side leaving an overlap at the bottom.  Turn it over and fold the bottom up onto the other side.  Then cover the other side with strips of black duct tape.  With your ruler and Xacto knife, cut off the raw edges of the tape.
  2. Measure the bottom and sides of the bag.  Cut strips of white tape approximately 1 inch thick and the length of the your bag bottom and sides.  Place the white tape on the bottom and sides to reinforce and embellish the bag.
  3. Download the logo from the supply list above.  Print and cut out all 3 pieces of the DeadPool face logo.  Overlap four strips of red duct tap on top of each other.  Place the template down and trace it.  Cut it out and center it on the pencil bag.
  4. To create the eyes, place a small piece of white duct tape on your cutting mat.  Using your template trace and cut out the eyes.  Then use the template to help place the eyes on the face.

DeadPool Earbud Holders

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  • Printable DeadPool Craft Logos
  • At least one small round Perler bead board
  • red, black, and white perler beads
  • iron
  • parchment paper
  • E6000 glue
  • toothpick

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Using the template pattern to the left create two pieces that look like this.  I did not use the outer ring of the board.  Then create two small connector pieces.  After all four pieces have been ironed and cooled, glue together with the E6000.  Let dry at least a few hours before using.

 

Deadpool General Office Suppy Holder #1

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  • Printable DeadPool Craft Logos
  • Empty mint container such as IceBreakers – Preferably red
  • Black duct tape
  • Red, black, and white craft foam
  • Cutting mat
  • Scissors
  • Xacto knife
  • E6000 glue
  • toothpick
  1. Download the template above, print and cut it out.  Use the template to trace the pattern onto the red craft foam.  Using either scissors or the Xacto knife, cut out the red part.
  2. Use the same template to trace only the outer part of the template onto the black craft foam.  Using your scissors, cut about 1/8 inch just inside the circle.
  3. Glue the black piece onto the back of your red piece.
  4. Using your template trace and cut out the eyes.  Glue these to the container.
  5. Glue the finished foam DeadPool face to the candy container.
  6. Cut a small strip of black duct tape and embellish the outer rim of the candy container.

Deadpool General Office Suppy Holder #2

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  • Printable DeadPool Craft Logos
  • An empty candy mint tin such as an Altoid tin or Ice Chip tin.  YOu can purchase Ice Chips at health food stores or online at the following links https://www.icechipscandy.com/   Or  https://jet.com/search?term=ice%20chips
  • Black spray paint or an all purpose acrylic enamel or all surface paint.
  • ModgePodge
  • Painters tape
  • Small piece of ribbon
  • toothpick
  1. Take the painters tape and cover the inside of the box.  Paint the outside of the box and let it dry.  Remove the tape.
  2. Download, print, and cutout the logos.  Arrange them on the top of the tin in the way you would like.  Apply a think layer of ModgePodge to the top of the tin to create a sealant for your logos.  When the first layer is dry, apply second layer to the top.
  3. When the entire project is dry, use your toothpick to apply glue around the edge of the box.

 

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