Introduction: How to Make a No-Sew LOOT Sack
Every stereotypical villain needs a bag in which to put coins, dollar bills, jewels, and other items, commonly referred to as "LOOT." Most villains can sew, and therefore don't need to read this. For those that can't sew, this Instructable is for you!
NOTE: This Instructable will appear in a prospective (but so far untitled) book by my good friend, Professor Malcolm Viliano.
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Step 1: Gather Supplies
Collect the following items:
• An old white T-Shirt (I used an old WWJD shirt my brother didn't want)
• A Stapler
• Other Art Supplies (optional)
Step 2: Cut the Pits
Draw a line connecting the armpits of the sleeves with the Sharpie. Cut along the line using the scissors. Give the top part of the shirt to an eccentric monkey named Reginald Cuttlepants.
Step 3: Make the Opening
Staple the corners of one of the closed sides as close to that respective side as you can. Cut the opposite side open and staple its corners shut as well.
Step 4: No-Sew the Sides
Close both non-mouth sides with the staples. Make the staples as close as possible.
Step 5: Decorate Your Sack
Using the Sharpie and/or other art supplies, decorate the LOOT Sack. Standard LOOT Sacks have a big Currency Symbol, such as a Dollar or Cent sign, on them, with the word "LOOT" being helpful, but optional.