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makelovelycosplay: Here’s how I made my Rose Quartz shield! It’s real easy and should work pretty well for any sort of round shield. Feel free to message me if you have any questions!: Rose Quartz Shield Tutorial! Easy, Cheap, Lightweight, and Fast From Makelovely Cosplay -TRUSTED QUALITY SINCE 192 RUSTOLEUM ULTRA COVER FLAT WHITE PRIMER TIGHT BOND FOR A TOPr OGEST LASTING ALSO BONDS TO のritz 1" x 2.5 yds (254 m" x22 WOOD, METAL & MORE 400 NET Materials: The key ingredient behind this magical project are these! Drum head covers are super lightweight easily painted, and come in a big range of sizes. Plus, they're pretty much the perfect shape for a round shield, and they're pretty cheap too! You'll also need - Primer(I swear by Rustoleum's 2X Ultra Cover for plastic, but whatever sticks to plastic is good!) &Spray paint -Elastic E6000 -A bunch of paper An exacto knife -Acrylic paints & paint brushes -Some sort of sealant n between coats: Map out your design! started with a bunch of pieces of paper taped together and traced the outline of First up: Prime your drum head (2 coats just in case!) and spray paint your color of choice (2 coats again!) l used Valspar's Gloss in Frosty Berry. I'm not super fond of it, but tro was the right color and I had it on hand! tit the drum head. The design itself was mostly free handed, but it did take a little trial and error before I got it just right. Trace this over with marker to make for easier cutting This is the most tedious part: tracing the design onto your shield! I cut mine out piece by piece, starting with the gem design, then the thorns, and then the vine. Just line everything up with what you've already traced as you go! Be careful at the edges! Since they're sloped, they might need a little alteration from your original lines. Now just paint all your traced designs in with acrylics (mine took 2 coats for the darker colors and 3 for the white) and give your shield a good clear coat to protect from chipping! For carrying, I used some E6000 to attach some elastic straps. You wanna glue the crap out of these things, put plenty underneath and some on top (it'll soak into the elastic) just in case! I used one big strap for my arm, and I held onto the smaller one, and it was pretty comfy all day Now get out there and defend the earth makelovelycosplay: Here’s how I made my Rose Quartz shield! It’s real easy and should work pretty well for any sort of round shield. Feel free to message me if you have any questions!
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missvisibleninja: tinyfloatingwhales: allthecanadianpolitics: Starbucks has announced it will stop providing plastic straws globally by 2020. They will provide alternative straws made of paper or compostable plastic to disabled people who require it for their mobility. Text of tweets: Starbucks Canada: We’re removing plastic straws in our stores globally by 2020—reducing more than 1 billion plastic straws per year from our stores. Jennifer Marley: Will there be a solution for people who require the flexibility of a plastic straw due to disability concerns? #PaperForAll #PlasticForNeeds Starbucks Canada: Absolutely, we recognize that many of our customers require a straw. As part of this announcement we are also committing to introducing a straw made from alternative materials (paper, compostable plastic) for use with any cold drink, should a customer require or prefer one. hey, hey, guys?what… what are the new lids made of? Plastic straws are not recyclable because they are too lightweight. The new lids are recyclable. This is a pretty common concern so Starbucks addressed it(x)Starbucks never said they were getting rid of plastic, just the plastic straws. This way when customers recycle their cups and stuff it’s actually possible to do so. : Starbucks Canada @StarbucksCanada Follow We're removing plastic straws in our stores globally by 2020-reducing more than 1 billion plastic straws per year from our stores. New strawless lids to replace plastic straws news.starbucks.com 7:10 AM - 9 Jul 2018 * 3 QO 0 00 245 Retweets 857 Likes Jennifer Marley @SklarWilton Follow Replying to @StarbucksCanada Will there be a solution for people who require the flexibility of a plastic straw due to disability concerns? #PaperForAll #PlasticForNeeds 7:24 AM-9 Jul 2018 12 Likes 91 th Tweet your reply Starbucks Canada @StarbucksCanada 8h Replying to @SklarWilton Absolutely, we recognize that many of our customers require a straw. As part of this announcement we are also committing to introducing a straw made from alternative materials (paper, compostable plastic) for use with any cold drink should a customer require or prefer one. missvisibleninja: tinyfloatingwhales: allthecanadianpolitics: Starbucks has announced it will stop providing plastic straws globally by 2020. They will provide alternative straws made of paper or compostable plastic to disabled people who require it for their mobility. Text of tweets: Starbucks Canada: We’re removing plastic straws in our stores globally by 2020—reducing more than 1 billion plastic straws per year from our stores. Jennifer Marley: Will there be a solution for people who require the flexibility of a plastic straw due to disability concerns? #PaperForAll #PlasticForNeeds Starbucks Canada: Absolutely, we recognize that many of our customers require a straw. As part of this announcement we are also committing to introducing a straw made from alternative materials (paper, compostable plastic) for use with any cold drink, should a customer require or prefer one. hey, hey, guys?what… what are the new lids made of? Plastic straws are not recyclable because they are too lightweight. The new lids are recyclable. This is a pretty common concern so Starbucks addressed it(x)Starbucks never said they were getting rid of plastic, just the plastic straws. This way when customers recycle their cups and stuff it’s actually possible to do so.

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