How to Make Your Own Steampunk Goggles

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Feed the finished strap through the notches on the sides of the goggles, with the glued portion pointed toward the inside. That’s going to make your bridge, and the thicker portions of the “I” shape will hold the bridge in place. Don’t worry if it looks ugly on the inside, nobody is going to see it once you screw the dark lenses back on. If it really bothers you, you can glue it down on the inside, but this isn’t structurally necessary.

Step 8 – Final touches –>

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3 thoughts on “How to Make Your Own Steampunk Goggles

  1. Do I really need to use Rub N’ Buff? I have Modern Masters and Folkart paints in most of these colors, and I really want to start on these.

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