PATCHES, SHIELDS, & MEDALS
I had quite good luck with finding photos of actual suitable army medals online, putting them in Photoshop where I could adjust the size, color, etc., and then using an ink jet printer to print them on fabric. This works best on a largish stage because printed medals don't actually have dimension. The fabric can be used as-is or glued to cardstock or thin pieces of tin.
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Recipe #1 70/30 sugar/corn syrup 20% water dissolve at 225degF/107degC boil to 280degF/138degC ---------- Brown corn syrup will give an OK brown glass colour...clear syrup with food colour for anythin
1. mime smoking using a real cigarette and lighter 2. use magic shop cigarettes 3. cut all references to smoking 4. avoid actually lighting up 5. substitute a parallel nonsmoking action
We have been very happy with the cubes we have made. We make them out of solid styrofoam, usually 2" blue but we have made some out of bead foam also that you can get for drop in ceilings. Our usual s