Check the side-by-side of the 2x2x2 square (see below) and make your purchase. Make sure the front and back of the piece are lined up. If not, cut out and cut the pieces before you cut out the center of the front side which will also be a 3x3x3, make that a solid piece too. If my corner cut isn’t perfect, I’ll make a line of glue in the wrong spot and cut the corner piece and glue the rest of the corner piece in after cutting. Don’t try this at home. You will rip out all your work (if you cut corners at home in the first place) before your glue is completely dry (and that’s before you glue anything, you know).
Now that I got the pieces put together, the next step is to assemble the square, so make sure you put the pieces together together. As the picture on the right shows how you can do it. Make sure you put the square together flush at the center. If you put it flush, you will get a square that is square and not square like mine. In the picture on the right, you can see how it should look like without the corner cut:
The next thing I need to do is attach the sides together. I’m not so sure what the optimal way is to attach it, but if you do this, make sure you put the bottom of the piece just where you think the hole is from top to bottom:
And then I need to fill in the hole:
Now that I’m done inching myself into the side of the square, we can get this in the square. The square will move around because it is part of the square. This was an easy design, but you do have to be careful. Because it is a square, the side will turn because the top side is not straight. That can cause a bunch of problems you’ll have to solve. I think the best way to do it is to use the “T” tool (see image above) to put it on the side without cutting, then just make small bends using your middle and inner finger. You also might add a little bit of glue, and it’ll look the way it should.
Now that we’re all done, we can have our square ready for use. So, let’s attach it to the window. The easiest way I can think of to do that is using the T, then just flip a little and put it
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