How to Build A Plywood Cutout Figure

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Create a life sized outdoor or indoor character cutout.

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Here is she all painted and gussied up! We added all the accessories a girl could need and we named her "Monique" the Accessories Queen. She has her own page on Facebook! www.kafariscarf.com

This view is from the back. We used cut up narrow pieces of wood to strengthen the back. They are randomly placed, then glued and screwed to hold. We painted the entire back black then used outdoor wood sealer on all, front and back. Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Wood Sealer, Indoor, Plywood, Black, Interior, Hardwood Plywood, Black People

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This view is from the back. We used cut up narrow pieces of wood to strengthen the back. They are randomly placed, then glued and screwed to hold. We painted the entire back black then used outdoor wood sealer on all, front and back.

Here is a silhouette of the figure standing (looking at it from the side view) Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Side View, Plywood, Indoor, Silhouette, Home Decor, Hardwood Plywood, Interior

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Here is a silhouette of the figure standing (looking at it from the side view)

This is the back side. We attached a metal piece to the back that has a drilled hole in it. We also drilled a hole into the wooden leg, then used a nail as pin to secure both. Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Scarf Necklace, Wooden Leg, Plywood, Nail, Metal, Hardwood Plywood, Nails

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This is the back side. We attached a metal piece to the back that has a drilled hole in it. We also drilled a hole into the wooden leg, then used a nail as pin to secure both.

This is a closeup the metal base and attachment piece we had made by a welder. We used a large nail as a pin to secure it. When the pin is removed, the cutout can be taken off the base and stored. Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Plywood, Base, Metal, Hardwood Plywood, Metals, Wood Veneer

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This is a closeup the metal base and attachment piece we had made by a welder. We used a large nail as a pin to secure it. When the pin is removed, the cutout can be taken off the base and stored.

Use a pencil and a large eraser to adjust and perfect your drawing until it's ready to cut out. Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Scarf Necklace, Plywood, Pencil, Drawings, How To Make, Blog, Hardwood Plywood

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Use a pencil and a large eraser to adjust and perfect your drawing until it's ready to cut out.

Have someone lay down on the plywood and trace around them. Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Scarf Necklace, Plywood, Blog, Ideas, Hardwood Plywood, Blogging, Thoughts

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Have someone lay down on the plywood and trace around them.

It helps to inspiration! This is my beautiful daughter-in-law Ashley. Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Scarf Necklace, Daughter In Law, My Beautiful Daughter, Plywood, Inspiration, Black, Dresses

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It helps to inspiration! This is my beautiful daughter-in-law Ashley.

This shows the plywood after it was cut out with a jigsaw. The next step is paint Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Scarf Necklace, Plywood, Blog, Crafting, Painting, Hardwood Plywood, Painting Art

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This shows the plywood after it was cut out with a jigsaw. The next step is paint

For step-by-step instructions on how to build this plywood cutout visit our website, Jewelry Display Stands, Jewellery Display, Scarf Necklace, Step By Step Instructions, Plywood, Halloween Crafts, Crafting, Website, Disney Princess

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For step-by-step instructions on how to build this plywood cutout visit our website: www.kafariscarf.com