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Unread 06-18-2015, 09:23 PM   #1
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Making Sunkerns top sprout?

Hello ^^ i was wondering if anyone had any idea on how to make the little sprout that seems to come out of Sunkern's head, as i have absolutely no idea how to make it correctly. I have tried it with a hair holder, but it was incredibly flimsy and kept flopping to the side and such. If anyone has any better ideas on how to make it work with a headband or such, Help would be much appreciated :3

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Unread 06-22-2015, 06:28 AM   #2
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Maybe use a headband as a base then make a wire skellington of the sprout then cover that in felt/desired material?

It might move a little but the skellington is a good start, to prevent the moving you could reinforce the skellington with broken lolly sticks or cardboard.
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I like no-limit's suggestion, and would probably make it that way myself ^_^.

If you want a more substantial sprout you could use a wooden dowel for the stem part, and attach it to a headband with a screw. Also, something that I find really helpful is attaching ties (like shoelaces) to your headband that can tie at the base of your skull to help keep your headgear from shifting.
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