Oh, so hot, I need to open the window. Sam! Don’t or there’ll be a draft! How can she hear everything? Fine! I’ll drink some water then.
Ahhhh….cold. I should pour it. Oopsie, I spilled a bit.
Ah, fine! Oh! Sue! Sue, I need help! You need a boat, not help.
Not funny! I was hot and I wanted a drink. But you went for a swim instead. Sue! Fine.
Come here, let me dry you off. Like this. Thanks. But I’m still thirsty.
I know and there’s a great solution for such a slick guy. Wow, how come I didn’t know about this before? Well, it isn’t candy Ahhh, not so hot…finally.
Speaking about candies… Oooo, Jelly Belly! Would you please share? Sure, let me open it first. Need help? Noo! I’ll manage.
Oh! Oh, Sam! What’s the matter with you today? I just cleaned up.
I’m sorry. I’ll get the dust pan. Hey guys, did you know that Sam loves this channel just as much as he loves candy?
And he really wants to have even more subscribers. You can help tell your friends about our channel. The more subscribers we have, the more videos we’ll be able to make for you. And the more cool DIY videos we’ll have to share.! You have our word for it. Ah, Sam Sam.
How does someone so little produce so much litter? Sue! I’m a genius! No doubt about it, all geniuses are a bit weird Yeah, but look! I’ve invented a candy machine!
Here’s the draft. Interesting! Pouring candies into the water cooler? Yes! I don’t want the spilled candy situation to happen again. We’ll put them into a cooler and then pour it into a glass like water.
Cool, huh? Cool…But impossible. Candies can’t go up. Oh, too bad!
But they can go down. Wait, really? Yeah, we’ll make your candy machine but it needs some tweaking. Hi guys! Today, we’re gonna show you how to make a real candy machine. What do we need?
We need a pencil… a ruler… paper knife… and a lot of boxes. A moment… Here. Hmm Sam, these are great boxes, but they’re too small.
For a small amount of candy. This won’t do! We need a large amount of candies! This means a LARGE BOX! Yes, this will do. Let’s start with the body of our machine.
I’ll carefully outline one wall, using a ruler and a pencil so it’s even. And then I’ll cut it out. Just like this. Be very careful when you work with a knife. It’s small but very sharp. Better ask an adult to help.
The first part is ready. Now, I’ll show you the measurements for the other parts Here. To have it on hand… simply pause the video… and take a screenshot or write it down.
Now let’s start connecting the parts. We need glue and lots of it. Sue, how many candy containers will there be? Five! Only five?! Yes, five.
Is that not enough? So many candies in the world and only 5 containers. Skittles, M&Ms and many others… I get it you’re an expert… but let’s get back to work and start gluing. The glue gun is the best tool for this job. We’ll glue the walls… onto the rectangular base… and get some glue, here, onto the rear wall.
And put it together. From here o,n it’ll be easier to work with the box. Let’s make the base more durable, with more parts. I’ll secure it with an additional wall here.
There. The last two go to the bottom. One here… And one there. And leave the glue to dry.
Now let’s make containers for candies . These are the measurements for the parts. Pause the video again and have it saved.
First, we’ll create supports out of the detail number three and a stick. Like this. We’ll glue one part to another one. And then we’ll glue it to the wall.
And make another part just like this. And connect them with a detail number one Ahem! How is my invention coming?
Your invention?! I’m the one making it and what are you doing? The most important thing!
What? I’m managing the process. Alright, boss. Could you bring me an automatic pen? Yes, sure. But I’m the boss!
I remember. Let’s continue. I’ll glue this short stick to the piece number four. Add more glue here on the sides… And place it on the rear supports. Here! A pen and a contract.
A contract? Yes, we must sign an agreement that I’m the inventor and you’re my assistant. Ohhh!
I see. All right, give me the pen and I’ll sign it. Oh great pen.
Just what I need. Hey, what are you doing? I’m making sure your invention works, boss.
Fine, but the contract? Don’t worry I remember who’s the boss here. Yes, it’s me. Now I’ll put some glue onto the piece number five… and attach it here, like this. Now, I’ll put the spring on the stic. And attach it to our container.
Hot glue gun for life! Don’t be shy with the glue. It should hold well. And now cut off the excess. Let’s add piece number six with a stick.
And here we have a can to dispenser mechanism! I made a hole in the last piece number seven and now we’ll put it right here. Now, you just have to make four more of these! Don’t tell Sam… but you can make more containers if the base is longer.
What?! You can make more containers? No, you’ve misheard me. You need more glue to keep it secured. Ah, that’s good.
Well done, Susie. I’ll add a slope inside to make candies pour down easy. Looks good. We’ll need more glue here. And now, I’ll attach the containers to the base. I’ll add a transparent window.
Hey, Sam? Have you chosen the candies for the machine? It was hard, only the best made it. Great! We’ll add candy labels to make it clear which are where.
I printed the labels on a sticky printer paper. And now I’ll get them on nice and neat Now nobody will confuse them! Who’s going to confuse candies? They’re all so different!
Well, you’re the only expert here. And the rest of us need some guidance. We’ll pour the candies into the containers Oooh, let me help! Maybe I should do it. You’ve already opened one today. Fine.
The containers are full and now we can put the lid on. The candy machine is ready! Oh, let’s try it! Oh! Wow! It’s so cool!
Very convenient and nothing is spilled. Write in the comments which candies you’d put in your machine. Sam is very curious and maybe he’ll learn something new. Congratulations, colleague! It’s a success! Colleague?
You’re not my boss anymore. You know, I think it’s too much responsibility, and I’m too busy for this. Press the button! Woo hooo!
Sam! It’s a candy shower!