Use duct tape to create this funny bullseye Halloween costume kids will love. Step by step instructions for using duck tape to create arrow hat & bullseye.
Author: Amanda Formaro
30-inchpiece of parchment paper
Duct tape: whiteblack, blue, red, yellow and silver
Recycled cardboard rectangleapproximately 3” x 4”
Place target pattern underneath the parchment paper.
Measure and cut a strip of yellow tape long enough to cover the size of the center yellow circle and stick it to the parchment paper.
Measure and cut two strips of red tape long enough to cover the size of the red section of the target. Stick one strip to the parchment and lay the second strip slightly overlapping the first, creating a small sheet.
Repeat step 3 for the remaining colors of the target, increasing each in size, ensuring your duct tape sheets are large enough to cover their corresponding target colors.
Take the pattern out from underneath the parchment paper. Roll a small piece of tape, sticky side out, and stick it to the back-center of the target.
Take your white sheet, leaving on the parchment paper backing, and stick the target to the white sheet. Using the target as your guide, cut around the white section of the target to cut out a circle from the white tape sheet.
Repeat step 6 for each color, working from the outside of the target inward (i.e. your next color will be black, then blue, and so on).
Now that all of your circles are cut out, be sure to leave the parchment backing on the white circle until you are ready to actually use the target on clothing.
Remove the parchment backing from the black circle. Stick the black circle to the center of the white circle.
Remove the parchment backing from the blue circle and stick it to the center of the black circle.
Remove parchment from the red circle and stick it to the blue circle.
Remove the parchment from the yellow circle and stick it to the red circle.
Remove the parchment from the back of the target and press it onto child’s shirt.
To make the arrow, wrap a pipe cleaner around one side of the headband, leaving a long end for the arrow tail. Repeat this process for the other side of the headband for the arrow tip, making this side a little shorter.
Slide drinking straws onto each pipe cleaner, trimming the straws where needed. This will give the arrow some stability.
Cut an elongated triangle from the cardboard. Reserve the remaining pieces for the tail of the arrow.
Cover the triangle with silver duct tape.
Take the reserved cardboard and line up the straight sides together to form the feather tail. Cover the tail in yellow duct tape and cut small slits in the edges to look like a feather.
Cover each straw/pipe cleaner with black duct tape, attaching the tail and arrow with tape as well.
This project for Bullseye Costume was printed from CraftsbyAmanda.com - https://craftsbyamanda.com/bullseye-costume/ and can only be printed for education or personal use.