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Secret Identities

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What is a secret identity? In plenty of fiction stories, characters use secret identities to keep their real life seperate from their fantasy life. This is most common in stories about superheroes, or people who protect others. Today in the studio, we’ll be using some old textiles to create a superhero costume that can hide who we really are! The fabric can be used to create masks, capes, gloves, boot covers, or any other costume item you need to fully complete your superhero alter ego!

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