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How to D.I.Y a Hamster Maze

by wiffy on April 17, 2008


Hamster Maze
Want to make a cute hamster maze like this? HH member wenxin (aka dashingblue) teaches you how in 5 easy steps!


Hamster Maze

Step 1: Gather the necessary materials you will need. Two white boards, decorating papers (preferably smooth and waterproof), clear tapes, ruler, scissor, pen knife and glue!

Hamster Maze
Step 2: Glue and tape the two white boards together. This will be the base of the maze. Then stick the decorating paper onto it!

Hamster Maze
Step 3: Tape the decorating paper onto the board.

Hamster Maze

Hamster Maze
Step 4: Glue the borders!

Hamster Maze

Hamster Maze

Hamster Maze
Step 5: Make the maze by cutting boards with pen knife and glue on.

Hamster Maze
Step 6: Furnish with little toys and it’s done!


Dashingblue’s hamster Mayo enjoying the maze:

Hamster Maze

Hamster Maze

Hamster Maze

Hamster Maze

View the full story at dashingblue’s blog!

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1 Cass March 14, 2014 at 9:33 am

I love the maze, its so creative and its nice to see people do stuff for their pets. You may not be able to answer this, but do you think it would be entertaining to a hedgehog or would they just sit there?

2 potty training April 23, 2014 at 6:00 pm

Sure, every kid deserves to have the occasional treat of pizza or ice cream, but try to make it just that, an occasion.
Therefore one good way to start training a golden retriever puppy is to start immediately after he
jumps off the car. Potty training your little one at a particular time regularly and staying consistent is extremely important.

3 woodworking June 12, 2014 at 2:54 am

You will save yourself a lot of future headaches by knowing what
to look for in a woodworking software. If your child has
the beginnings of fine motor skills you can help them along with using a hammer and screwdriver.
It isn’t as good as hands-on instruction, but at least it’s
better than nothing.

4 Karon May 8, 2015 at 11:31 am

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all be familiar with media is a fantastic source of information.

5 chose May 8, 2015 at 9:10 pm

it is very cute piece of maze, but the hamster will not enjoy it all. Hamsters have very sensitive sense of smell and all this glues and plastic will annoy him.

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