I’ll start with some basic techniques; some are more sophisticated than others, and you’ll learn how to do them as we go. This is not a recipe for success – it’s more for fun!
First, you’ll need a flat iron; I prefer a 1 1/2 inch or smaller. I also recommend using an 8 or 9 inch flat iron for the best results.
Next, attach the puppet to the iron using a rubber band.
Next, set up the puppet so all the joints are in the top and sides of the iron. (This is important!)
The lower and sides should be relatively flat, and be flat with the edges. The top should have the edges slightly rounded, with a few curves near the top.
You can make some small joints to allow for the size of the puppet and its weight; but make sure there are no sharp bends or sharp edges inside the iron.
With the iron set up, you can glue the puppet directly onto it or use a rubber band to attach it. If you use a rubber band you can slide the puppets out of the iron a little easier, but you can use your hand to grab any gaps.
If you are using a rubber band, be sure not to use an abrasive pad on the rubber! This will prevent the rubber band from cleaning out or stretching and will create holes in the puppet.
When you do glue the puppet onto the iron (I used a 3/8 inch diameter bit) make sure the iron has no cracks in the iron.
Make sure a plastic or cloth mat is underneath the puppet before gluing it to anything to prevent water or other liquids from getting into the glue. This also prevents the silicone oil from becoming exposed to the air.
Glue the puppet to the iron firmly; do not pull at the rubber band too tightly!
Then, using your hands, make sure the puppets are firmly attached to the iron.
When gluing them onto the iron, make sure they are placed over the iron. If the puppet is in the bottom of the iron, make sure there are no sharp edges, or the glue might tear!
Then press the puppet firmly into the iron; do not overdo it! Remember to work from one side to the other, and to use as little pressure as possible on the iron; a few drops of silicone oil and a few drops of water should be fine for this. (This
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