Plus, you'll gain respect on the playground this year after your mom springs the extra $4 for a laser background....
Step 1: Print background
Simply print out these 12 images and lay them out to find where they go. Be sure to print each 100% to scale (see my screenshot for reference), without letting your printer re-size to fit the page. Chop and glue each piece to each other first. Then, once satisfied with your paper sheet, carefully use spray adhesive to attach to your backing.
**note: there's a little bit of overlap with these images, but not much. Be sure to work meticulously so your pieces all line up.
Step 2: Assemble
Align each of those dots, and carefully cut a set of holes around each. I used zip-ties to make little loops. Then, between these two loops, I tied some yarn that matched my shirt, so I was wearing the sign like a backpack.
Feel like adding some braces to the mix? Jeannie Mai show you how:
And you're done! Trim any edges, throw on your retro gear, and rock out in your costume! Celebrating your success with a pudding cup: optional, but encouraged.