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Toy Animal blankets made from duct tape

toy/stuffed animal
duct tape 

Step 1~  Lay out enough duct tape to go around the animal of choice. Make sure the tape over laps the one before it a little. 
Step 2~ Lay more tape over the strips you all ready have down.(now you should have no sticky sides showing)
Step 3~ cut out a  rectangle. (making sure it is still long enough to cover the toy from neck to bottom.)
Step 4~ fold it in half and cut out a crescent shape were the neck will go. 
note~ to get  the blanket to stay on you could use velcro dots but we just cut a  small piece of duct tape and used that. The brown horse we put tape under and in front, the white horse only in front.


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