Things you will need:
-PVC pipe or that gift wrap tube thing. Don't use paper towel rolls; they are not sturdy enough.
-Nails. When you're hammering them in, make sure they do not stick out through the other end. I feel it would be best to leave some space between the end of the nail and the other end.
-Hammer. Hm, I wonder what this is going to be used for.
-(optional) Stoppers. I don't think they're actually called stoppers but they're great and I'll tell you why later.
This tutorial will be if you want to make it look professional and buy PVC pipe and stoppers. The tutorial can easily be adjusted if you're using gift wrap tube.
Step 1: Take your PVC pipe and cut it to desired length. My dad used this tool that I am pretty sure was an electric saw. I think a normal saw would work too.
Step 5: Though you probably already did this in Step 4, put your stoppers on.
So there you have it!
Even though I didn't do much since my dad didn't let me do the dangerous parts, it was still super duper fun!
I'll probably be setting up this really cool system in my room with this rainstick. It will work like this: when the door opens the rainstick flips upside down so I can know when people come in. Plus, I can hear that pleasant rainy sound!
Question of the Day: Would you rather be invisible and do amazing deeds (but no-one knows it's you) or be visible and be famous while doing no specifically good deeds?
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I do post new posts every week...it is 12:06 AM and I am finishing this week's post...but 6 minutes doesn't count that much, right?