October 14, 2014

Toddler's Laser-cut Cardboard Fighter Plane Costume, NBD


Oh hai, blogger here! Long weekend! I hope it's not too late for us all to feel woefully inadequate about our kids' Halloween costumes.


Because over at Sparkfun, guestblogger dad Aidan Chopra has written about making a motorized WWII-era Grumman F4F-4 fighter plane for his 2yo son in Sketchup out of lasercut cardboard. And he shows you how to do it all, in 45 easy-to-follow steps! Maybe there are 48? I don't even know! We're changing our costumes this year to ghost-from-an-old-sheet!

Modeling a laser-cut Halloween costume [sparkfun via swiss-miss]

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