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I'm Nigel.

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I'm Michelle.

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We're going to show you how to turn useless rubbish...

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What are you going to do with this lot?!

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..into amazing useful stuff.

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So cool!

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All here on...

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Coming up, we meet a make-up artist

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who creates horror make-up from leftover stuff...

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We visit two friends who want to put fear in their films

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without spending a fortune...

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And we show you how to make brilliant bookends...

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But first, gross out from what you throw out...

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This is a gross gift.

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We're trying out new gifts. Would you like to take a look inside?

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See if it's something you'd like as a present?

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THEY YELL

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Grossing out group style! I like it.

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THEY SCREAM

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And then those nice ladies...

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If it jumps out, I'll go mad.

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-SHE SHRIEKS

-Surprise!

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-Argh!

-He's not sure what to make of it.

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Are you sure you wouldn't like it?!

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Result!

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-That went pretty well!

-Scary stuff!

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I'll show you how to make it.

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Yep, I'm going to show you how to prank your mates

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out of stuff you have lying around.

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This is a gross gift and I'm going to show you exactly how to make one.

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What we need first is a box.

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Now sometimes at birthdays, Christmas, certain times of year,

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you get lots of boxes. This is a really cool idea for those boxes

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you might have lying around.

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Take one of the boxes and what you want to do

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is cut a hole in the bottom that's big enough for your finger.

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Now, you can use scissors or you can use a pencil to poke a hole through,

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but make sure the hole is big enough for your finger.

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And once you've done that, you should have a box

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that looks a little bit like that.

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Next, you need to fill your box with cotton wool.

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Don't be too careful about this, make sure there's lot of cotton wool

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in there so that your freaky finger is going to look nice and presented inside.

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The next thing you need to do is get some red paint or food colouring

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and paint the cotton wool around where your finger is going to be.

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You want to make it look nice and gory,

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so make sure there's lots of red colouring in that area.

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You need to let that dry.

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Once it's dry, you should have a box that looks a bit like that.

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All that's left to do is to decorate your box,

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so maybe find an old ribbon or an old gift tag

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and stick it in the middle.

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Decorate it, because you want people to open this gift.

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And then you're ready to give...

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..your gross gift.

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Eurgh!

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Movie make-up can be an expensive business and some films

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spend as much as a million pounds on make-up.

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I've come to meet two young film-makers

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who don't have that sort of cash to flash.

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Meet Ben and Tobin.

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They love making short films in their spare time,

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but they've run out of ideas and need some inspiration.

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They have no money for expensive make-up so they want to know

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if there's anything they can do with stuff

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that's lying around the house.

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What kind of things have you made?

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We like making comedy films and something we've really enjoyed

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is making horror films. We really want to put our ideas

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out on the internet and just make the people watching

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enjoy our fantastic film-making.

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That is seriously impressive!

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Do you use different types of make-up in your films?

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We normally just use old face-paint, old Halloween masks,

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but it's not really good enough, you know.

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You want it to look really, really good?

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We've run out of money and we really need some help

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getting our ideas back out there.

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I know someone who is an absolutely amazing artist

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and she does really impressive things with make-up.

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So it might be up your street. Take a look.

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I'm Angela Kiely and today I'm going to be creating a zombie look

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out of some recycled materials.

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Before I begin, I like to get everything out,

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make sure I'm prepared.

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This is my friend Johnny and he's my model for the day.

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I've taken a cardboard tube

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and I've ripped it up into little pieces to make flaking skin texture.

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The next thing I'm going to do is make some veins.

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And I've found a really good way of doing that is with some string.

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To give a really nice, thick, gnarly texture, I've got some breadcrumbs.

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I've used a lot of breadcrumbs, as you can see.

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They just drop off the face as you're going.

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Probably use half a loaf.

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How does it feel, Johnny?

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The breadcrumbs are certainly making my face feel quite ticklish.

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I'm using greens, generally, for this look,

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but you can use whatever colour you want.

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I'm going to attach my ping-pong ball.

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I cut the back off it and I've just shaped it slightly,

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so you can see the edge is curved and this shape should just help it

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fit a little bit better around the eyeball.

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You can just draw a few red veins all over the surface of the eye.

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It's a very strange sensation,

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because it's something that's kind of between my eye and Angela.

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We're now on to the final piece of my zombie look

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and I'm going to add some teeth.

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For this I'm going to use pistachio shells on a piece of wax

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from a cheese.

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A good idea is to make sure you dry the teeth off thoroughly

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and this will make sure that the wax attaches itself

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to the teeth properly and it doesn't fall out.

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As a final detail, I've just ripped Johnny's shirt

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and added a bit of colour.

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So that's it, that's my finished zombie look.

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HE GROWLS

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From just an old cardboard tube, string, some breadcrumbs,

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half a ping-pong ball and some green paint,

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Angela Kiely created this zombie make-up look,

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which has given me a great idea for budding film-makers

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Ben and Tobin, who want amazing movie make-up

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that doesn't cost them mega bucks.

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Right guys, I think it's time to work up something pretty scary.

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We are going to transform Tobin into a real-life zombie.

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Are you up for it?

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So we're going to start with doing a base coat on your face.

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For that we need some face paints. You grab a sponge,

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I'll grab a sponge, let's get painting.

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Remember to watch your eyes when applying things to your face.

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What's your next plan for a movie, Ben?

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We've got some ideas and we might go out and prank some people.

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-Nice!

-Something we like doing.

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Time to use the same skin technique as Angela.

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Old kitchen rolls, the tubing that you've got left over,

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we can use this to make flaky skin.

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You're literally just ripping the cardboard off

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and just creating a few curls and tears in it.

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Paint the cardboard the same colour as the face and leave it to dry.

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Zombies have kind of weird bulging veins.

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And here's how you can create that veiny look that Angela showed us.

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Just unravel the string.

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It's funny how the stuff that you just throw away

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and put in the recycling, you can actually use

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-and make things like this.

-Normally you'd probably chuck it.

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But now you can look around the house and be thinking,

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-"Ooh, could I use that?"

-Yeah.

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"Would that be good for my next blockbuster movie?"

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What helps make it look more realistic is just use some scissors

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to snip some of the thinner bits of string now to different lengths.

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To stick everything on, we can use some honey,

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because obviously honey's really sticky.

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And then to create some really gnarly, horrible skin,

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we've got some old breadcrumbs.

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Dip your sponge in your honey, dip it into your old stale breadcrumbs

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and then let's just start sticking them on.

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I'm not going to have birds feeding off me, am I?

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-The messy part.

-That's it. It is a bit messy but great fun.

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'Just go over the breadcrumbs with the purple paint

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'to make them look more realistic.'

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And now we want to stick our veins on

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so for that you're going to paint some honey on Tobin's face,

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grab your veiny string and stick it in position.

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With your cardboard flaps of skin,

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just use your honey again to stick it on.

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-It really looks like flaps of skin, doesn't it?

-Yeah.

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'To paint the veins, a mixture of honey and food colouring

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'makes a great blood substitute.'

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Oh yeah, this looks good.

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We don't need money any more.

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Really scary!

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Something that's going to really bring it to life

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is a crazy, horrible eye.

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'Just like the one Angela made.'

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So for that, I've got an old ping-pong ball

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and I've cut it in half and I've just shaped it like Angela did,

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just to make it a bit more scooped on each side,

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and all we're going to do is draw a scary pupil on it.

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So with a black felt tip, you're just going to draw

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a circle in the middle for your pupil,

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and then you can just use loads of different pencil crayons

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to really bring the eye to life,

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so I'm going for a blue eye but you can go for any colour you want to.

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What do you think?

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'Angela's scary zombie teeth are easy to recreate

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'using the wax from an old cheese and some pistachio nut shells,

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'and if you haven't got pistachio nut shells,

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'you can use stiff card or even bits of crackers or crisps.'

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Now it's time to start piecing it all together.

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That is properly gruesome. Right, let's get movie making.

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'And watch out, it's going to get scary.'

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FOOTSTEPS

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ROARING

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FOOTSTEPS AND CREAKING

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ROARING

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KNOCKING ON DOOR

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DOOR CREAKS

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BEN SCREAMS

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MANIACAL LAUGHTER

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'Here's how you can create your own zombie look.

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'Stage One, get your face paints ready and apply them to your face.

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'Stage Two, tear off pieces of cardboard roll

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'to make a scaly skin effect

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'and paint them the same colour as your face.

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'Stage Three, using honey as a glue, apply breadcrumbs

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'to give a warty effect, and if you haven't got honey,

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'jam or lemon curd would do.

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'Stage Four, use string to make veins

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'and pull it apart to make them look more authentic.

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'Stage Five, to make your spooky eye,

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'cut a ping-pong ball in half and shape it,

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'then draw on the pupil and veins.

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'Stage Six, to make your teeth, use wax from a round cheese

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'and pistachio shells.

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'If you haven't got pistachios, try stiff cardboard

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'or pieces of crackers or crisps.'

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'Still to come, we rake up some recyclable art at the beach.'

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'And it's an exclusive! We make a great newspaper gift bag.'

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'But first...Totally Famous.

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'Introducing Damien Hirst,

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'Totally Famous for shaking up the art word in the 1990s,

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'and going on to become the richest living artist on the planet.

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'Not bad for someone who got an E in his Art A Level!

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'Ideas of life and death are important in Damien's work,

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'and some of his most famous art

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'features animals that had already met their maker.

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'Long gone to sleep sheep.

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'Not alive now cows.

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'And sharks that have carked.

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'And it was this particular shark, called

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'The Physical Impossibility of Death In The Mind of Someone Living,

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'that really made a name for Damien.

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'He sold it for around £50,000,

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'but years later it was sold for an amazing six million quid.

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'That's a very expensive bit of fish!

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'Hirst sometimes doesn't even create his art himself -

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'he gets other people to do it.

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'He claims to have painted only five

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'out of more than 1,400 of his spot paintings,

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'saying it's the idea, not the doing, that's important.

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'But the award for putting the bling into recycling has to go

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'to the human skull he covered in 8,601 diamonds

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'called For The Love of God,

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'the most expensive work of art ever made in terms of materials used.

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'It sold for a very shiny 50 million quid, though,

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'so don't go feeling sorry for Damien.

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'So let's hear it for the Totally Famous

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'and rather successful Damien Hirst.'

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Boogly, boogly, boogly!

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THEY LAUGH

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Hello.

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Today we are going to make a gift bag for this gift.

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Using a big sheet of old newspaper, some old ribbon or string

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and an old book as a guide.

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First you get some newspaper,

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fold this bit like this.

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You can make your bag any size you like.

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It depends on the size of the book.

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So you put the book there and you fold it.

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Do it...

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not too tight because then you can't get the book out.

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Then you...

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oh, no!

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Then you stick it with sticky tape.

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Nice and pretty.

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For the bottom bit, you fold in this bit like a present.

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You fold in the other side and then the bottom bit you pull up.

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Can I have some more sticky tape, please?

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Sticky, sticky, sticky.

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-Thank you.

-Like that.

-Yep.

-That'll do.

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You take the book out.

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-It looks really good, Michelle.

-To make the handles...

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You can use a piece of ribbon or string or something.

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Stick your ribbon handles on each side of the bag.

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Get the present, put it in the gift bag.

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BOTH: And there you have it, your own newspaper gift bag.

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The best thing about making the bag is you can make any size you want,

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so you can put anything inside it.

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You could always decorate it if you wanted too.

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'What can you make from a bin bag full of rubbish?

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'Just have a look at this.'

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What are you going to use all this for?

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I'm going to make something really cool for your bookshelf.

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'You'll need some leftover wrapping paper,

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stiff cardboard,

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stones,

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scissors,

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and some double-sided tape or glue.

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-Hit me with it - what are we making?

-You ready?

-Yep.

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That is actually really cool!

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Do you know what it is?

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I don't know what it is, no. It looks really good.

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Let's have a look.

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-Of course!

-Imagine all of your books lined up there.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah. That is so clever.

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And we've chosen T for Totally

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-as in Totally Rubbish.

-Totally Rubbish.

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'You can make whatever letters you like.

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'Have fun with it,

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'making sure you create one for each end of your row of books.'

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-First thing you need is some old cardboard.

-Yeah.

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Once you've got your old cardboard you need to draw out the letter

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that you're going to be making.

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Once you have drawn out your letter, what do you need to do next?

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You need to cut it out.

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-Get with it, get with it.

-I'll do that.

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Once you've cut it out, you should have something

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that looks a bit like this.

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Little cardboard T. You're going to need two of them

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-because we are making these 3D-style T's.

-Yeah.

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So once you've got your sides, we are going to wrap these

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in a piece of old wrapping paper.

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That's really cool, isn't it, cos, like, after birthdays

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or Christmas you've always got bits of random paper lying around.

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This is a good use for it.

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Really simply just like you're wrapping a present.

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-Thank you very much.

-Thinking ahead, helping you out here.

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You should end up with something like that.

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What I've done on the back here is labelled it up.

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'I've labelled each side with its own letter.'

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And the other thing I've done is I've put some double-sided tape

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-on each of the sides.

-OK.

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'And if you haven't got double-sided tape,

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'you can use glue.'

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The next thing you need is a long strip of card.

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Now this piece of card is going to give our letter some depth. OK?

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-Right.

-This is what gives...

-That's what pads it out.

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-Yeah, this is what gives it that depth.

-Yeah.

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-We are going to use these letters, OK?

-Yeah.

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A - this side, mark it up on your side and make a little mark.

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-So you're matching it up?

-Yeah.

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-Matching it up against the strip.

-That's the A, yeah.

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-Next I'm going for the B, mark it up.

-OK, yeah.

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-And do this all the way along. A,B,C,D all the way to H.

-Right.

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And what you should get is something that looks like this.

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OK, see? So we have got A, B, C...

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-All your different sections.

-All the way up.

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Now, what I've done, because we're still decorating,

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-is I've covered one side in some old wrapping paper again.

-Nice.

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And I've made sure that I've given it an edge

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of about two centimetres all the way round.

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You know what? You're good. This guy is good.

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-This is, you know...

-Yeah.

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-You're going to get into this one.

-I'm impressed.

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The next thing you need is to cut some tabs

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so we can stick it to our letter.

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-See where the first line is for A?

-Yeah.

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We cut a little triangle there.

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-Oh, OK. So, OK...

-Pull that out.

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'Repeat this at each mark.'

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And when you've done that...

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..you have something that looks like this.

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So all the tabs have been cut in

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and you've got your letters all the way down.

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And now we're going to stick it to our T.

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We are going to line up our A here with that,

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and our B here which is going to go there, yeah?

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I'm with you.

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And down goes our A.

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OK, so those tabs stick onto the T.

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They will stick onto the T, so you see that's the A there.

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'Just continue like this all the way round.'

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-This is what we get in the end.

-Oh, you've done it.

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It's a little light. It's not going to hold up any books, is it?

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-Of course, yeah, good point.

-So we need to weight it down.

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-It's the stones, isn't it?

-The stones.

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I was wondering where they would come in.

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Perfect, absolutely perfect for it.

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So I've put the stones inside a little old plastic bag.

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Oh, so you keep them in the bag?

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-Yeah, so they're not running around inside.

-Yeah.

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Tie a knot in the end and then put that inside your letter,

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and that's going to weight it down.

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So the last thing to do is...

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-..the other side.

-And just stick it on.

-Stick it down.

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-That is so good.

-There you have it.

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-Love it.

-Our Totally Rubbish bookend.

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Now if you don't want to do a T,

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like we said before, you could some other letters.

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Up here we've got an example of an M.

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I like this one, M for Michelle.

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There you go, and on the other side we've got a N for Nigel.

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-Nice.

-Totally Rubbish bookend.

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MIN MUNCHES THEN BURPS

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This lunch is rubbish, Vin. It tastes like old cardboard.

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Er...it is old cardboard, Min.

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Did you know that every tonne of cardboard we recycle saves 17 trees.

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Brilliant! I saw a cardboard box race an envelope once!

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Really? Who won?

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Well, the cardboard box, of course!

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The envelope was stationary!

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VIN GROANS

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I think your jokes need binning!

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Right, so what are we actually doing today?

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Cos it's pretty early in the morning.

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It is, we are up early.

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-I mean, it's nice.

-Yeah, it is, it's lovely.

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-But why are we actually here?

-We're going to get arty.

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And my friends are here to show us how. Come on.

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-Hey Jamie, how are you?

-Hello there, I'm very well thank you.

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So what have we got going on here, then?

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We are going to make a big drawing on the beach.

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-You're drawing on the sand?

-That's right, yeah.

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So why not just draw on a piece of paper?

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Well, this is like the ultimate recycling,

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because the sea goes out, we make a big drawing on the beach

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and the sea comes back in and washes it away.

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There's no paper wasted here.

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Wow, look at that, the boy's a natural. You're like a ballerina.

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So what are we going to actually be drawing?

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I'm afraid it's top secret. I can't tell you.

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-No little clue at all?

-No.

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So do you need any special conditions to do this?

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It's best if you are working on the spring tide

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and spring tide is where the sea goes out really, really far.

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We had a full moon last night, does that make a difference?

0:24:520:24:55

Yeah, if you see a full moon in the sky,

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what it means is the next day there will be a spring tide

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-and a beautiful beach to work on.

-Nice.

-Ow-whoo!

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Now Jamie said to just join up the dots pretty much so.

0:25:020:25:06

Yeah, just like a giant dot to dot.

0:25:060:25:08

Do you want to carry on?

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OK. This is where it could all go wrong.

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'To keep us on track, Jamie and his team start lending us a hand

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'which is just as well

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'as they actually know what the picture is going to be.'

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We've joined some dots, you know, we've been drawing some lines out,

0:25:250:25:28

but if I'm honest, mate, it sill just looks like squiggly lines.

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-Bunch of lines, mate, what's going on?

-Squiggly lines!

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That's cos we haven't done any raking yet

0:25:350:25:37

-so here we go, take a rake.

-OK.

0:25:370:25:40

-There's one for you, Michelle.

-Right.

-Let's go, come on guys!

0:25:400:25:43

-We're building up a little crowd over there.

-I know!

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Cos they're all seeing it take shape.

0:25:520:25:54

You know what, I'm starting to get a feeling that they have just

0:25:560:25:59

got us here to tidy the beach. I mean, the sand looks very neat.

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'But we just have to take Jamie's word for it

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'that we're creating something awesome,

0:26:040:26:06

'though we'd better get a move on as the tide's coming in fast.'

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So, watching the masters at work put the final details on.

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I know. You know what, I cannot wait to get up there, take a look, boom.

0:26:130:26:18

The sea is just coming in, so I think with all your hard work

0:26:220:26:26

it's about time you went up the stairs

0:26:260:26:28

-and you had a look at the picture.

-This is it. Give that back.

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Give me the rakes, go, go, go!

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-Michelle.

-What?

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Have a look at that.

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Oh, man, that looks...!

0:26:390:26:41

-That's you and that's me.

-That looks amazing.

0:26:410:26:44

Look at you kicking back in the car!

0:26:440:26:46

-I'm in shock.

-That is wicked.

0:26:460:26:49

I can't believe that's actually on the beach!

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-It's totally cool.

-See you soon.

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'So why don't you have a go at making a gross gift...'

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'Creating a zombie look...

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'..making a newspaper gift bag.'

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'Or building some bookends?'

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'And start collecting lolly sticks.'

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'Plastic carrier bags.'

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'And crisp tubes for the next time on Totally Rubbish.'

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