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Mac and Cheese

You've cooked mac and cheese forever -- now you can parade as pasta.

What You Need:

You can't get more popular than mac and cheese.
  • Orange and yellow hat, leggings, and sweatshirt
  • Five 10-inch polystyrene wreaths
  • Orange and yellow spray paint


1. Use scissors to cut the wreaths into quarters. Each quarter will make a noodle.

2. Working in batches, place the noodles inside a cardboard box in a well-ventilated area. Lightly spray the noodles with the orange paint. Finish covering the remaining exposed polystyrene with the yellow paint, giving a mottled two-tone effect. Let noodles dry; turn them over and repeat the process.

3. Arrange the noodles on the hat and shirt, hot-gluing them in place.


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