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This is how to make a duct tape kite. It is a nice project for that windy fall day, or just any day for that matter. You will need: -Duct tape -String...
You will want to gather up some sticks from your back yard, forest of local stick farm. You want them to be about the proportion of the sticks in the ...
You want to put the smaller stick about two thirds of the way up on the larger stick. You want to take the duct tape and place it diagonally across th...
Just start adding the duct tape as shown below, and just keep doing this until you are done, and the entire kite is covered with duct tape.
Just make your self a nice tail as decorative as you want, and tape it onto the bottom.
Just attach your string any way you want, the most common ways are to attach to all the corners, or to attach to the center only. I normally use fish...
Just be warned that this is only a cheap, quick kite. It is not sturdy, or suited to any real flying. Be prepared to crash and burn, and if you do fl...
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