How To Make A Phone Hand Stand Step By Step

Supplies

Concrete or cement mix of your choice (we used Quikrete mortar mix)

Disposable glove

Mixing bowl, something to mix with, water

Safety gear to protect eyes, lungs, and hands

An assortment of random stuff to prop the hand as it dries

Step 1: Watch the Video

Watch the video for step by step instructions. Read on for the tutorial.

Step 2: Mix Concrete and Fill and Shape Hand

Gear up! placed on a mask, eyes and nose protection, also as gloves to guard your hands. Concrete dust is harmful and therefore the wet mix are often hard on your hands.

Mix up the concrete or cement mixture of your choice following the manufacturer’s instructions. We are using a cheap plastic bowl that works well for this. It are often easily washed clean and reused. Don’t wash concrete into your sink drains!

Working with a buddy, hold the glove open and add concrete into the fingers. Firmly pack the concrete before moving on to other areas of the glove.

Once the glove is full, arrange the glove as shown. We used paint cans, a spackle box, and a weight to offer our hand the form we wanted.

Let this dry 24 hours.

Step 3: Remove, Let Dry, Paint (optional)

After letting the hand dry for twenty-four hours, carefully, remove the glove by cutting and pulling away the plastic. At now you’ll easily lose a finger or two since it’s not fully cured so that’s why you would like to figure slowly.

Let the hand cure another few days before painting or using. We decided to stress the holes by painting with DecoArt metallic gold paint.

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