Saw this on Pintrest:  http://almostunschoolers.blogspot.com/search/label/craft%20projects?updated-max=2010-11-27T14%3A36%3A00-08%3A00&max-results=20 (scroll down toward the bottom).  To me it was a great idea for Cub Scouts, especially for Pack Meeting.  My son, a new Cub Master, was looking for something “Indian” themed for his Pack Meeting, so we made these.  They were a big success.  Hope you have fun with them too.

Step 1:

Craft sticks (popsicle sticks, one per bow, $2 for 24 or more)
Dental floss ($2 for a roll)
Cotton swabs (the kind with sticks make out of paper, $2 per 300)
Craft knife
Cutting board
Can i use my rubber bands?
<p>Sounds like an experiment to me. Try it and let me know the results. Thanks for asking.</p>
<p>These would make cute party favors! I love it!</p>
I'm going to put toothpicks in the arrows and take my dog hunting
Try it, see if it works. It's called an experiment. Good luck.
I made the slits a lot bigger than they are supposed to be, will it still work?
and shoot it at my brother
I'm going to make it today after I make it I will lite the fuzzy part with fire
Nice ible
or maybe if you'r mad at someone, you can stick a toothpick or a needle then shoot at the people you're mad at.
You comment told me you were a kid. In Cub Scouts when we make these we have a rule that you can't shoot at living creatures. That's with the Q-tips, let alone anything that would cause real damage. So, you will not use a toothpick or a needle to shoot someone. If you did, the consequences would be such that you would regret it for a very long time. Learn to think, &quot;if I did (insert action), what would be the result?&quot; Then think of all possible results. If if even one of the possible consequences is something you wouldn't want to live with, then &quot;Don't do it!&quot; I'm glad you like it.
I think the poor guy is just kidding. I'm not saying you're bad with kids/ understanding sarcasm, I'm just saying he didn't mean it
Nice! Maybe i should try that
Easy and fun! Thanks for looking.

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