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    Here's my bubble gum machine that I recently sold. I tried posting the pic in the gallery but it wouldn't let me. I wasn't sure if it's something on my end or this end. So, I'll just post her here.
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    Kelly
    "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

  • #2
    That is the most MOOving gumball machine I ever saw!
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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    • #3
      i dont understand how it works (does it poop out gumballs or what?) but it looks nicely cut and painted. dale
      Dale w/ yella saws

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      • #4
        Ha Ha Ha. Dale and Carl your so funny.
        Nice gumball cow. I too am wondering where the gum pops out. do they come in vanilla, chacolate, and strawberry. how cool. so cute. your friend Evie

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        • #5
          When you lift her tail, she drops out a treat for you, from her behind, into the bucket.

          I have a little plastic reindeer that pretty much does the same thing and when I saw this pattern, I had to have it.

          I never thought I would sell her, but one of the women I work with wanted it for her 10-year old nephew's birthday. Seems he's at the age where bathroom type humor is funny. I'm still at that age, but that's another story.

          I think it would be funny to put brown M&Ms in her, but I'll have to make one for myself now, after I make one for one of the other women at work.
          Kelly
          "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

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          • #6
            Kelly how cute. m,m's. you could also use jelly beans. I would go for the m,m's though. and ya. what age is it, that we get to old for goodies. anyway. your friend Evie

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            • #7
              Hows it work?????

              OK, I gotta try one,
              where did you get the pattern??

              tell me can you show how the dispencer works? is it a tapered tray that gravity feeds into a slot in the tail,

              Questioning, becuse i want to make a goat. that dispences peanuts for my brother in law, who is turning 40.
              he loves peanuts and eats them by the gallon can... so it will be used.

              thomas
              Dremel 1680 & Delta ss250 shopmaster

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              • #8
                I ordered the pattern from Meisel Hardware http://www.meiselwoodhobby.com/cgi-b....wml&storeid=1. I don't have the actual item number, but if you search under Cow it will come up.

                The body is actually 5 different pieces that form the cavity for the gumballs. The center piece has the head and udder area which is slanted toward the back. Then there are 2 pieces that are glued on to either side to make the cavity wide enough for the gumballs. Then 2 more pieces are glued on to enclose the inner cavity. The tail is a separate piece that gets fitted into an opening in the back and is held in place with a headless nail. The head, ears and legs are then glued on.

                It was a lot of fun to make. Hope that helps.
                Kelly
                "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Walt Disney

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                • #9
                  That is SO CUTE !!! even I want one lol

                  Sharon

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                  • #10
                    great job




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