HOW TO – City storyteller’s backpack

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Instructables user faizzohri writes:

A City Storyteller may need a unique backpack in her pursuit to collect and tell stories about her city.
This backpack have 3 possible functions:

1) To provide storage during gathering of stories.
2) To provide a storage for the props to be used during a performance. It can be a prop itself.
3) To differentiate a City Storyteller from a rambling madman.

Materials needed
– a doll cabinet/wadrobe/cupboard/box
– the supporting aluminium frame of old hiking bags
– about 2 metres of twine/rope
– drill set
– different colors of paint (if necessary for decoration purposes.)
– other objects that you may feel necessary when you are building it.

Check out the instructable for making one of these yourself!

2 thoughts on “HOW TO – City storyteller’s backpack

  1. Nice try, but I think it still fails function #3. And sadly, saying, “no, no. I’m a City Storyteller” only makes matters worse.

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