DIY Wonder Woman Cosplay - by Becka Noel. Step 4: Now that each foam piece had its Worbla partners, it was time to heat it up, meld together. I started with the shoulder piece, which consisted of two pieces, a large piece, which curved on and around my shoulder, and a fin, which stood up perpendicular to the shoulder. After heating up my large piece, I pressed around the edges of the Worbla to seal them together and cut it out. Then, more heat (I use a Wagner 1,200-watt heat gun)
This was one part of a large Halloween Guardians of the Galaxy project. My daughter wanted to be Gamora and we needed to make her a suitable sword to really help identify the character. The concept was simple but I encountered a few problems I had to overcome. Here are the supplies that cost about $15:cardboard3/4" PVC pipe, reducer fitting and curved cap - Home Depotexpansion foam - Home Depotmasking tapenewspaperElmer's glue - Michaelsmodpodge - Michaelsmetallic silver spray paint - Mi...
How to ladder stitch (or invisible stitch). This hand sewing technique is essential to closing up the openings in sewn projects without any visible threads. Photo and video tutorial on www.cucicucicoo.com
Long Hooded Cloak with pattern and DIY Tutorial! This long hooded cloak pattern is easy to follow and is perfectly priced at free! Perfect for Halloween!It’s easy to sew up. It has a couple of different lengths and is sure to add a little drama to any costume.