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Many floats will require that you build a frame over the existing wagon. ... This superstructure will generally be used to support chickenwire, cardboard or other  ...

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It can be challenging building a parade float, but it can also be fun! With the right ... How sore the fingers got from stuffing the tissue into the chicken wire. Do they ...

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Jun 8, 2007 ... It can be challenging building a parade float, but it can also be fun! ... Chicken Wire – You can buy this at any farm or building supply store.

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How to Stuff Chicken Wire for a Float. Parades would be just lines of bands and vehicles if it weren't for the vibrant floats that stir the imagination and send gasps  ...

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Sep 19, 2012 ... The Old Way: The Chicken Wire Method - Duration: 3:24. DecoShapeUSA 153,507 views · 3:24 · Parade Float Decoration Tutorial - Duration: ...

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Sep 29, 2010 ... Your first step will be to secure chicken wire to the float in the fashion of a skirt; like you would a party table skirt. If your trailer has a wood floor, ...

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NOTE: If you plan on having people stand on the float make sure to include ... Chicken wire frames allow you to build and create a 3-d object without many tools.

www.beverlyfarms.org/Float-Building-Manual.pdf

With very few exceptions, there are not hard and fast rules for float building. .... This superstructure will generally be used to support chicken wire, cardboard or.

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Tissue Deco-puffs or POMPS are brightly colored, flame retardant, time saving pre-cut tissue squares, excellent for chicken-wire based float construction or craft  ...

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your fingers (such as chicken wire forms, etc.), use an ice pick to guide the pin as shown in illustrations A-B-C-. D. A. Push pin through material. 2. Floral sheeting ...