What’s up, Rob here, Man Vs. Pin, The show where we find awesome pins on Pinterest and put em to the test! Now, throughout the course of the series a bunch of you have been requesting this Sand Bowl Pin. However, things got serious the other week when Caroline and Lollipoper42 suggested it and.. More than 80 of you liked it up. I got the hint! I’ll get some sand, Pin-O-Meter, whaddya think? Really? So, I picked up some sand at the craft store, got a few different colors because I thought I would get fancy While there, I also picked up this fishbowl which I’m going to use as my mold I grabbed some plastic wrap, some wax paper, and some Elmer’s glue Now, the pin doesn’t necessarily give any kind of exact measurements, so I’m kinda on my own over here I’m adding some sand, adding some glue, stirring it all together, and just kinda..seeing what happens Now, I got a thickness of sand that I think may work, so the next step is to slowly drip it onto the bowl I started off with pouring a small base, and then slowly dripped it around the edges Which I learned, it’s not really dripping, it’s more like applying. Doesn’t really drip on that well, and it all kinda forms together Now within a couple minutes it had already dripped down and covered the entire thing, Which meant the mixture was too liquidy. If…that’s a word Alright, now we’ll do it for real I cleaned the bowl, added the plastic wrap, and made a new mix of sand This time, hopefully the right consistency And I applied it to the top of the bowl. Now this time around, I think we got it. The sand seems to be moving slow enough and dripping down enough to create some cool shapes A little drippy action here and there, but that’s to be expected. Let’s leave this alone to dry for a few hours and see what happens. *Record scratch.* Oh well what the *BLEEP* is THAT? Looks like somebody..threw up on the bowl Definitely looks nothing like the pin..at all. Sand glued to plastic wrap, glued to bowls.. More wax paper and…A *BLEEPING* mess Maybe it’s the sand?” I thought, so I got myself some more sand. A bit finer, a less coarse kinda sand. I mixed it up, and right from the beginning I could tell that this was going to be 1000X Better The consistency and the thickness was a total improvement, I applied it onto the bowl, and You know what, I think I may have cracked this thing. It’s looking pretty good I’m gonna let this dry for a few hours and see what comes of it Oh yeah, that looks *BLEEPING* AWESOME. Wow, I like how that turned out, that’s super..That’s super cool Yeah I..That’s great…Honestly, *BLEEP* it, moving on to the next step I covered it with another layer of plastic wrap and added the next layer of sand. Dripped it on and then let it dry Then came the next day, and..yeah. That’s totally..That’s TOTALLY been worth 3 *BLEEPING* days of my life Oh yeah, that’s nice. I can put some popcorn in there, serve it up at a party, Pfft, sandy *BLEEPING* popcorn: Check Now here’s the deal, the original bowl pinned was designed by an industrial design student Who kinda does this for a living. She’s got a studio and a business that specializes in practically just making these bowls So I’m thinking that this project might be a little bit more intense than just some Elmer’s Glue and some beach sand Whatever the process, good on her for figuring it out. If you’ve got a pin that you wanna see on the show, hit me up in the comments below And hey, do me a huge favor and hit that like button. We’ll see you back here next week.