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Shakespeare for Kids

Make your own ruff

What you'll need

A yard of 2-inch white adding machine tape
Thin ribbon 
A hole punch

 

What to do
Fold the paper accordian style at a width of approximately 2 inches. With the paper folded, punch a hole in the middle of the paper. Thread ribbon through the hole. Then, wrap ruff around your neck and tie ribbon at the back.

 

To make a fancier ruff

Cut the lace edges off of rectangular doilies and glue the lace down the length of the tape. Make sure glue is completely dry before folding and punching.

 

 


George Puttenham. The arte of English poesie. London, 1589 (Detail)




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