Paper Bag Kite

For the kite, use a brown paper grocery bag with a rectangular bottom. Cut a piece
of cardboard the same size as the bottom. Cut an oval shape in the center of the
cardboard. Using the cardboard as a pattern, cut a matching hole in the bottom
of the bag.

Punch a hole in each corner of the cardboard piece. Attach a long piece of string
to each corner, Glue cardboard to the bottom of the bag, matching the oval openings.
Take all free ends of the string and tie them together, so that all lengths are even.
Tie them to the actual kite string, which is already wound around a piece of wood
or other kite string holder. Decorate as desired. Have fun kite flying!!

References / Source:
2003 Pirates of the Cirribean

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