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2.Stretch the sheeting tight over one end of the can and secure it with a strong string (wrap it several times).
3.If you cover both ends with rubber sheeting, use a paper punch and punch holes around the edge of both pieces of rubber sheeting. Lace both pieces together.
1.Sharpen one end of the dowel rod in pencil sharpener.
2.Make a hole in the rubber ball with an ice pick.
3.Put glue in the hole in the ball.
4.Stick the sharpened dowel into the ball, and let it dry.
For drum frame, try using:
An oatmeal boxWooden salad bowl
Half a coconut shellCardboard ice-cream bucket
Materials:Two pieces of 2" x 2" boards 6" long
Eight pieces of metal (bottle caps are great)
6 nails (4d or 6d box nails)
1.Use two nails and nail the two 2" x 2" boards together in the shape of a T.
2.Punch holes in the middle of the eight pieces of metal with a hammer and nail. Make the holes large enough so pieces of metal will slide easily on the nail.
3.Slide 2 pieces of metal on each of four nails and drive the nails into the crosspiece of the T. Leave the head of the nail 1/2" from the board so the metal can slide on the nail.
4.Paint or decorate it.
5.Hold the bottom part of the T, and shake it in rhythm.
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