DIY PVC pipe sculptural art

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When walking around a hardware store, try to think out of the box! There are so many sculptural elements just waiting to be molded. This DIY was featured in 'Two Couples In A Condo! Part 3: Colorful Midcentury Design!' watch the episode for more tips!

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Do It!:

  1. Cut the PVC pipes to be the length desired for your sculpture. These insets were about 4 inches deep so we cut our PVC pipes between 3.5-5 inches long.
  2. Use the hot glue gun to hot glue the pipes onto each other.
  3. For the floating pipes effect, use the drill or screwdriver to set a screw where you want the pipe to float. Drape the pipe over the screw.
  4. Enjoy your custom made artwork!

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