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Tuesday, March 29, 2011
A New Beginning for Classic Nickelodeon - Weekly Facebook Page Update
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Thursday, March 17, 2011
Saturday, March 12, 2011
A little while back I got an email from a fellow Today's Special fan who let me know of a new website that TV Ontario now has up and running where they have posted many of their classic programs. I'm forwarding his email to all of you who would like to check it out.
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2011 22:51:04 -0800
Subject: new website
hey there, i wanted to share a website, that has finally got off the ground, last october when tv ontairo the company that made today's special and the polka dot door.. they finally have their archive site, that they anoused last october, and it you can watch episodes from their vault that they are putting on the website... they have today's special on there, 5 episodes, but down the road more will probley be added, they also have 2 episodes of the polka dot door on there as well... here is the website, you can take a look at it, and also pass the website along to the other members, it was cool watching some todays special episodes on the computer from their offical website..
Thursday, March 10, 2011
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Tuesday, March 8, 2011
With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner it’s only fitting that the Classic Nickelodeon Fan Blog post something…well…green. So in honor of St. Pat’s here are your instructions on “How To Make A Gumby Costume”.
Now I must admit that I have never attempted this myself if you read this and make it please send me your pictures and I’ll post them!!! In fact I will not only post them here I will also post them on my new Classic Nickelodeon Forever website! So everyone put your creative hat on and start sending in those pictures!!!
How To Make A Gumby Costume
by eHow Holidays & Celebrations Editor
Link - http://www.ehow.com/how_2067142_make-gumby-costume.html
This cute television icon seems like a good candidate for a Halloween costume, but Gumby is actually an ambitious choice. For a complete Gumby, the costume will cover the entire body, and it might take awhile to get using to walking inside of it. Nevertheless, there are always different ways to go based on degrees of authenticity.
Things You'll Need
Exacto knife or scissors
Green craft paint
Step One - Get Styrofoam sheets. For an authentic Gumby costume, Styrofoam is the best, You'll want a sheet at least as tall as the person who will wear the costume, and several feet wide, enough to cut out limbs and spare pieces.
Step Two - Cut out the body, arms, and legs. You can use an exacto knife or even scissors, but you'll probably need to hold the material down as you cut, or it will be too hard to cut through.
Step Three - Lay out the pieces so you know what goes where. You'll want two of each piece, a front and a back.
Step Four - Glue pieces together. Experts recommend a PVA glue like Weldbond, but with the disclaimer that PVAs need pressure to bond. You can use heavy objects to pressure the Styrofoam pieces while they dry, or you can go with a lighter glue that bonds without pressure.
Step Five - Let pieces dry.
Step Six - Paint them green. Use craft glue that is found at a craft or hobby store.
Step Seven - Add features such as mouth and googly eyes. You can use any kind of material for the eyes.
Tips & Warnings
Make sure your Gumby costume is properly ventilated. Design a hole for breathing and two holes for eyes. Also, make sure any fumes from the glue have dissipated before putting the costume on.