Keep some Buffout handy for those times when you need a boost to your strength, endurance and health. With Buffout you can do more, and be more! This Fallout Buffout prop bottle is also a great room decoration and a fun way to stash some candy nearby.
This video is one of a series of Fallout-themed projects.
To see my Fallout Bottle Cap Magnets tutorial click here.
To see my Fallout Lunch Box tutorial click here.
To see my Fallout Mentats and Fixer Candy Tins tutorial click here.
To see my Fallout Nuka Grenade tutorial click here.
Here’s the Tutorial Video
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DIY Fallout Buffout Prop
MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
Get your candy ready. I sorted the green candies from three boxes of Spree and was able to fill my bottle about half way.
Before you begin, remove any stickers or labels. Then start the aging and weathering process. You can use sandpaper or a rotary sanding tool to add scratches and weathering to the cap and bottle. Skip this step if your bottle is made of glass.
Next, using a dry paintbrush and a tiny bit of brown acrylic paint, add a layer of dirt and grime to the bottle and cap. Don’t put too much paint on your brush or it will ruin the look you’re going for.
Download, print out, and trim out the Buffout label from craftymcfangirl.com. Attach it to the bottle with a very thin layer of Mod Podge Matte. Don’t put too much Mod Podge on the bottle. A thin layer will do the trick.
Then take your dry brush and scrub a little bit of brown paint on the label. Focus on the edges of the paper and add the look of wasteland dirt and grime.
After the Mod Podge and paint completely dry, add a final layer of Mod Podge over the entire bottle and cap.
Once the bottle is completely dry, the final step is to add the candies we sorted out at the beginning.
Thanks for crafting your fandom with me. If you make a Buffout Prop Bottle or any other Fallout-inspired craft leave me a comment and let me know, or tag a photo on Twitter or Instagram #craftymcfangirl. I always love to see what fans come up with!
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