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    A castle for my son

    My older son kinda ruined my 2002 figures way back when but now my 3 year old loves He-Man, so now he plays with them. My Castle Grayskull was damaged pretty bad and buying online is crazy expensive for a 3 year old so I made him a huge minus the skull I'm not that good. So here are a few pics


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    an awesoome dude with an awesome dad!
    looks like a lot of fun! love the fold-up-action and the action features!
    Grazellka the mighty Barbarian.

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    Thanks, the trap door works, the draw bridge works and locks, the pic where whiplash is a piece that breaks into the castle

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    Dude that is flippin amazing. Kickin cool. I love that. You say you're not that good, I say you are wrong that is so cool!!!!!!

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    Very, very cool!

    Man, I wish my dad had made that for me. As it was, my brother and I thought the empty refrigerator box was the coolest toy ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DO4M View Post
    For the skull you could use a skull mask. Check any costume shop that sells masks (since we're not near Halloween, you may find them even cheaper.) You should be looking for the ones that are made of harder plastic. Like Vac Metal Skull masks that are made of hard plastic. Just cut the lower half of the mask, sand it to dull any sharp edges (and remove the vac Metal if your skull had any vac Metal) attach to castle and paint.
    This is a great idea. Thanks for sharing, the castle looks like it has a lot of play possibilities.
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