A bright and shiny DIY Aquaman trident is fairy cheap and easy to make. I was able to make this one for around $25 (though I did have some of the materials already on hand). Continue reading
So in part 3 of the Flash costume tutorial, we start with a Captain America helmet, because why not mix Marvel and DC together right? Continue reading
This is part 2 of how to make a Flash costume, based on the CW’s version of the Flash costume. Continue reading
This DIY Flash costume is based on the CW version, since I’m not really a fan of the Justice League version that I’ve seen in the movie trailers so far. Continue reading
This honestly isn’t a great DIY batman mask, and I’ll probably replace it at some point in the future, but this is what I made for now, and I figured someone would be asking for a cowl tutorial if I didn’t post it, so here it is.
It’s easier than something like a pepakura construction, since it’s just a little sewing and hot-gluing, however, you lose a lot of the dimension to it too. But, if you’re just looking for something fairly easily that doesn’t take a lot of time, this one will work in a pinch. Also I didn’t make any boots, since the cousin I made this costume for has his own boots (hence my brother wearing clogs at the end of this).
DIY Batman Mask Video Tutorial Copyright © Amber Reifsteck ~ The Woodland Elf
So part 4 of the Batman cosplay DIY is the belt (which will include attaching the grapnel gun and batarang from the last tutorial) and the gloves. Continue reading
With Halloween arriving next month, many people are already planning or making their Halloween costumes. One of the things I often get asked by friends to come up with is ideas for couples Halloween costumes. So without further ado, here’s a list of a few classic (and a few not so classic) ideas for couples Halloween costumes.
Here is the first part of the Loki Costume tutorial. It’s a fairly simple and inexpensive way to make a Loki staff that actually lights up. Continue reading