Introduction: Cardboard Pirate Eye Mask

I am a day care mum,while reading a book about the pirates to the kids ,a two year old stood up and asked me  can't I become a Pirate?
Yes of course! was my answer.
With a small  piece of cardboard  I made him this eye mask, and he was very thrilled and happy. He is carrying this little mask in his pocket all the time. Where ever he goes he wears his Pirate mask and every body calls him the cutest little Pirate.




Note:
I have posted this in the Hurriecane contest too.
I am a day care mom who is working full time,and do not have enough time for my sewing and crafting work which I love it very much.If ever I win the laser cutter I will give up my full time job or reduce it to a couple of hours(because I do a lot of craft work  with the kids and they will be dissapointed to see me no more)and start my own business at  home as I have enough and more sewing orders which I can not do it on time.Every instructable I do with the help of the laser cutter,I will definetly post it on this great site.







Step 1: Supplies

A piece of Cardboard
Pencil
Rubber band
Scissor
Duct tape
Puncture


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Nizzy (author)2012-07-13

Very cute:)

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kaaaazmi (author)2012-07-12

so cute!!

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shazni (author)2012-07-07

Add a bandana and make a cardboard knife and you have the most adorable pirate!

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786Ayesha (author)shazni2012-07-11

Thanks for the idea, running short of time.

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rizka56 (author)2012-07-09

cute kid. is he the one you baby sit? :P

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abdaaq (author)2012-07-07

very cute....

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786Ayesha (author)abdaaq2012-07-07

Thanks!!

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Penolopy Bulnick (author)2012-07-06

That was clever to cover it with duct tape! He is a very cute little pirate :)

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Thanks! It took only 10 minutes to make this little boy so happy.

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