Stuff You'll Need
4- 18in pieces of 1/2 in rebar
4- 7in pieces of 1/2 in rebar
4- 12in pieces of 1/2 in rebar
a pair of welding gloves unless your okey with third degree burns
a welding mask if you enjoy the gift of sight
2 rolls of duct tape I know I way over-taped it so I'm sure you could only use one
2- 36in strands of 2in rope
STEP 1: Start it by welding a rectangular box out of the rebar.
STEP 2: Once you have that,
STEP 3: Cover the frame in duct tape.
I found it easy to start with the bottom and work to the top going vertically
STEP 4: For the opening flap you need to choose a side that will face your back. From there you bring the tape up and over on to the front side a few inches. Continue doing this untill the back is covered and it covers the front side. From there, take the tape and put it over on the sides the same length the front side has
STEP 5: Cover the inside with the tape so it is not sticky. Continue doing this untill the whole inside is covered.
STEP 6: WAZAM! You got an awesome backpack that everyone will love
STEP 7: (Optional) To make details you need to make a large square the size of the front or sides, and using a box cutter cut out the shape you want. I used hot rod flames because nothing beats the classics
Sorry it looks pretty rugged. It has gone an entire year of carrying text books, folders, and other things. It used to look look pretty nice.