LEGO Capes for Minifigures (with pattern)

 Let’s learn how to make Duck (or Duct Tape) LEGO capes!  Your child’s minifigures can never have too many accessories.  Even a knight, policeman, or princess can use a cape!
You can even make the capes reversible!  See the guy on the right?  He has fire on the front and red on the back.  Cool!

Directions: 

Fold a piece of duck tape in half, trace around pattern (see below for printable), cut, and punch holes.  Voila!  If you want to make a reversible cape, put two different types of duck tape together first and then cut.

The holes may be a little tight. Just wiggle them over the body pegs and stick the head back on.  The holes will stretch out over time.

Materials:

Note:  We used a small hole punch that we already owned.  Larger punches would work too.

If you need a pattern, Mr. Busy Kids, made one that you can print out {here}.  Re-size it to fit your duck tape.  Our entire cape was about 1 3/4 inches wide and tall.  We used an actual LEGO cape to make the pattern.

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We love LEGOS!  To see more of our LEGO creations (shirts, bean bags, etc) click here.

We also love DuckTape and did a big round up of fun activities, click here.

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Kristen is a Reading Specialist who currently works with children in Kindergarten through 3rd Grade. She is the blogger behind Busy Kids Happy Mom, a site dedicated to fun, practical, and purposeful activities to do with your kids. Follow Kristen on Facebook, Pinterest, and subscribe for updates.

Comments

  1. I have some farm animals that could use capes at my house!

  2. Kristen @ Busy Kids = Happy Mom says:

    That is awesome! I’d love to see them when you’re done…. what doesn’t need a cape? :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just wanted laud your creation and give kudos; nicely done! I’ll definitely be making some capes. Thanks much for the tip!!

  4. These capes look great!

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