Covering And Delivery For 3D Spiderman

Decorating By Nickii Updated 27 Oct 2007 , 4:38am by JaneK

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Nickii Posted 27 Oct 2007 , 1:02am
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I am thinking of making a 3D spiderman bust but am wondering what kind of box to put it in. I am thinking it won't fit in a box but am trying to figure out how to cover it. Does anyone have any ideas on how to cover it to protect it? Thank you!

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JaneK Posted 27 Oct 2007 , 4:38am
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My DH cut down a wardrobe box that we bought at a moving and storage is really, really sturdy with triple wall cardboard and then he glued the cardboard and reinforced it with tape where it joins...then he cut out handles and then cut the front for a door flap...then he put some wood in the we could slide the cake out..
That was for moving my son's wedding cake...rain was forecast and I was freaking out about the same thing...
It worked perfectly although it was only rain showers not a downpour..

I think it would work out well for any long as your vehicle could fit it...

If there are any handy men in your family/friends...they would be able to do it pretty easily.
I know my description leaves a little to be desired icon_lol.gif but it gives you the general idea...


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