Total cost: $47.02
Result.. somewhat satisfied?
but that was a bad move T_T
Its like if the first button is missed then the rest is pointless
That is why I am somewhat satisfied...
There was a point in time when I was about to cry because it was so horrible and messed up T_T
But thanks to my dad, I was able to salvage the dress form and finish it =D
2-3 Insulating Foam
1 roll of Staples Standard Paper Packaging Tape
1 scissor (you don't mind getting ruined )
no longer necessary t-shirt
1 bag of Fairfield Polyester Fiberfill 32oz
1 5' Closet Pole (desire height)
Cut is made through the backside
Slide the pole through the center
Estimate how much insulation foam you will spray after filling the shell with Polyester Fiberfill
Secure the purple moisture resistant insulation and the pole with the insulation foam
Add more insulation foam around the center pole.
Let it cure.
After insulation foam is cured, fill the rest with the polyester fiberfill
Then close it up.
**I used belts to help me close it up because it was impossible to tape and close at same time.
Difference between top half and bottom half
Closing up the shoulder/ arm holes.
Yes I had to resort to black tape here and there because belt couldn't help me anymore.
All closed up (Front, back, side)