Shark Hat-tack! Shark Hat-tack!

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I’m invited to a “SHARKNADO 3: Oh Hell No!” party on Wednesday, July 22, 2015, so I thought I would wear a mini  Sharknado on my head.  The idea had been ruminating with me since I saw the first “Sharknado” movie.

I finally figured out how I was going to make it and went about gathering all the items I would need to execute this idea.
Supplies needed:
1)   Plastic toy sharks
2)   Hat to cut up
3)   1 small Styrofoam ring
4)   1 large Styrofoam rin
5)   Wooden BBQ skewers
6)   Grey Fabric
7)   Straight Pins
8)   T- Pins
9)   Krazy Glue
10   Wide Elastic
11)  Fiberfill
12)  Aleene’s Quick Dry Fabric Fusion Permanent Adhesive
Step 1:  Attach Large Styrofoam ring to Small Styrofoam ring using about 10 – 12  wooden BBQ skewers.
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Step 2:  Next pin the small Styrofoam ring to the hat.
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Step 3:  Cut notches in the hat so you can attach a piece of elastic to make a chin strap.  Secure elastic with T – Pins.
Step 4:  Cover the whole headpiece with grey fabric, trim excess fabric off.  Secure fabric to the Styrofoam rings with straight pins.
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Step 5:  Using Aleene’s Quick Dry Fabric Fusion, glue pieces of fiberfill to grey material  (Let dry overnight)
Step 6:  Now comes the fun part, attach sharks randomly to the tornado.  Using T- Pins, secure the shark to a piece of the styrofoam, then for additional stability use Krazy Glue to hold into place.
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There’s still time for you to make your very own “SHARKNADO” headpiece before Wednesday.  If you do, please take a photo and send it to me so I can see your masterpiece!
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