Iron Craft ’14 Challenge 3 – Olympic Torch

For the IC challenge, we made an Olympic torch! (Clearly, we took the theme LITERALLY.)
“We” have started ice skating lessons, so we went to an Olympic Opening Celebration at the rink complex. They had a make-your-own torch supply area, complete with lovely skating instructors to help the kids out. In the end, the kid got to march with TWO torches. (More is more and glitter makes everything better.)
Stay tuned for a step by step torch tutorial. This will come in handy for Winter Olympics, Summer Olympics and all Statue of Liberty costumes. And for more pictures and the full story on the parade, you are most welcome to visit Left Coast Cowboys

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