No party is complete nowadays without a good photobooth to remember your guests’ antics.
It was GeekMommy’s birthday a few weeks ago, and we celebrated in the Hawaiian style!
We decided to make some quick and easy frames to help set the ambiance…
May the 4th was the opportunity to upgrade a few of our costumes. Among others was Reggie’s Tie fighter pilot. So far, his chest piece was only made of soft fake leather, and it had none of the rigidity nor the shine of a real piece of Armour.
We have watched Evil Ted fantastic work with craft foam, and had the idea of doing a new chest piece with EVA foam. With simple tools (we don’t have a workshop and do most of our props in the dining room), but with dedication, we crafted this prop, and I dare say it is not too bad for a first foam armour.
You can find Evil Ted’s channel here:
How we made the helmet here.
And finally, how we made our glue pot here (after a while, it became obvious that we couldn’t continue with a plastic plate: too much wastage!).
a very simple jawa bandolier, easy to put together, and all you need is a bit of synthetic leather!
the template for the pouches is here:
and the video instructions are here:
Last week end, Singapore has seen its biggest Star Wars Day festival to date, complete with the first ever Star Wars Run in Singapore.
The whole family was there, of course, in costumes!!!