How do you make a Stanley Cup?

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To make a Stanley cup of your own, you'll need to purchase a few things. Four plastic planters, silver metallic spray paint, a hot glue gun and some glue sticks for it. You'll be gluing the stacked, plastic planters together and then spray painting them. Before you know it, you'll have your own Stanley cup! For more instructions on how to make a Stanley cup, click on the link below. www.ehow.com
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Plastic planters, glue, glue guns and you are well on your way to making a Stanley Cup Trophy. This is a really good project for anyone! For more information look here: Instructions www.ehow.com;
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