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How To: Make Race Car Driver

What You Need
Track suit

Checkered duct tape (available at amazon.com)
Black masking tape

Baseball cap
Racecar themed stickers
Iron on patch

Scissors

Glue
White ribbon (about 2 yards)
Black ribbon (about 2 yards)
Dowel


How To: Make Jacket
1. Using the checkered tape, add a stripe along the sides of each arm, from collar to wrist.

2. Take the black tape and make a horizontal stripe across the middle of the jacket.

3. Glue iron on patch to the top left front of the jacket.


How To: Make Pants
1. Starting from the waist and running down to the cuff, add a stripe with the checkered tape.

How To: Make Hat
1. Decorate front of cap with checkered duct tape, black tape & car stickers.

How To: Make Flag
1. Cut ribbon to desired length of flag

2. Weave white & black ribbon together and glue at each end.  Cut excess ribbon.

3. Cut dowel to desired length.

4. Glue ribbon to dowel.

 

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