Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Genmaicha is the Japanese name for green tea combined with roasted brown rice. It is sometimes called "popcorn tea". This type of tea was originally drunk by poor Japanese, as the rice served as a filler and reduced the price of the tea; which is why it is also known as the "people's tea." Today it is consumed by all segments of society.
1) Cardboard or thick papers,
2) White glue,
3) Thick polythene paper,
5) Pin (to make a hole in the pendant),
6) Glitter paint (golden and silver),
7) Black acrylic paint and paint brush,
8) Jump rings.
You might also need pen or pencil and paper to draw some designs for the pendants.
25 Boxes from Uline
4-5 cans of Sail Blue color Rustoleum paint (Lowes or Home Depot). The color is close to Tardis blue and I found the color value on line to make a swatch from to use in inkscape. If you want to be true to the show, there is the BBC Authorized TARDIS Blue: Pantone 2295C
5 8' sections of 3/4”X1/4” screen molding
This gets cut into 5” pieces and each Tardis uses 4. Make extra! They make great refrigerator magnets.
40 11X17 prints of the attached pdf.
20 1W LED's mounted on a star
20 75Ohm 1/2W Resistors buy 100 they are cheap
20 nine volt battery clips
20 nine volt batteries (Alkaline!)
1 can spray glue
Wood glue or white school glue for paper
Hot Glue and glue gun
Utility knife (with new blade)
Small piece of cardboard (to make cutout template)
Scrap wood to use as cutting surface
Paper shear (or scissors) I borrowed one.
Small hand saw and miter box.
Fine Sand Paper