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How to Make a Big Sister Costume --- DO NOT go by my measurements, this costume is tailor fit to a specific person and my measurements may not be right for your costume.

Total cost not counting all the found objects about $200 USD


BONUS*** How to Make a Little Sister Adam Extractor
BONUS*** Big Daddy Doll



Table of Contents


I. Supplies List

1. Little Sister Adam Extractor Supplies List
2. Big Daddy Doll


II. Supplies on hand


III. Helmet

1. Supplies
2. How to


IV. Chest Piece, Back Piece, Shoulder Pieces

1. Supplies
2. How to
– Chest Piece and Back Piece
– Shoulder Pieces


V. Left Arm Adam Extractor

1. Supplies
2. How to


VI. Right Arm Harpoon

1. Supplies
2. How to


VII. Cage and Tank

1. Supplies
2. How to


VIII. Leg Bracers and Shoes

1. Supplies
2. How to
– Leg Bracers
– Shoes


IX. Body suit

1. Supplies
2. How to


X. Adam

1. Supplies
2. How to


XI. Belts

1. Supplies
2. How to


XII. Little Sister Adam Extractor

1. Supplies
2. How to

XIII. Big Daddy Doll


1.  Supplies
2.  How to




I. Supplies List

WM- Wal-Mart
HL- Hobby Lobby
FD- Family Dollar
F- Found around the house
GW- Goodwill
L- Lowe’s
W - Walgreen’s

• 2 Pirate compasses – WM
• Even flo baby bottles x3 (use 2) – WM
• Fruit of the Loom Women’s Warm Wear – shirt – WM
• Fruit of the Loom Women’s Warm Wear – pants – WM
• Offray ribbon – pink – WM
• Sweet Nothings – Top- WM
• Wells Lamont Gloves – WM
• George - milon crew socks – WM
• Glad flexible straws – WM
• Paper fasteners – WM
• Elmer’s Craft Bond – Spray adhesive – WM
• Krylon spray paint – Oxford blue, leather brown, sparkling canyon (copper), silver – WM
• Halloween devils trident – WM
• Big Bouncy ball – WM
• Poly-fil true foam – foam pad – WM
• Elastic bands – WM
• Packaged Foam Sheets – WM
• Krylon Fusion – Hammered finish – copper –WM
• ¾ Thick Shoulder pads x2 (2 in pack) -WM
• 1/2 Thick Shoulder pads - WM
• 7/16 inch extra large eyelets – prym creative – WM
• 7/16 inch extra large eyelet tools – prym creative – WM
• Liquid Stitch – prym creative – WM
• Multi-purpose cement glue - WM
• Duck Tape - WM
• Great stuff – insulating foam sealant – WM
• Industrial Strength Velcro -WM
• Red Shut off Valves x3 – L
• 4 pack cork tiles – HL
• Brown shoes – GW
• Brown Belts x 20-25 – GW
• Brown Shorts - GW
• 2 in 1 picture frame – FD
• Bouncy ball small – FD
• Red Transparent gift wrap – FD
• Paper plates – FD
• Christmas Candy containers (Lids) - FD
• Garbage disposal mouth – F
• PVC – F
• Big Poster board x2 - F
• Power sprayer nozzle – F
• Super Glue – F
• Garden hose – F
• Rigged Garden hose/air hose- F
• Cardboard – F
• Red Paint – F
• Rope – F
• Toilet Paper Roll (Cardboard only) –F
• PVC Glue – F
• Karo Syrup – F
• Red Food Coloring – F
• Light Blue Paint – F
• Safety pins – F
• Black paint – F
• Off yellow paint – F
• Light blue paint – F
• Grey paint – F
• Sponge – F
• First Alert  LED Puck Lights x 2 (3 come in a package, get 2 boxes) - W




1. Little Sister Adam Extractor Supplies List

• Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper), silver -WM
• Glad flexible straws - WM
• Power sprayer nozzle – F
• Red paint – F




2. Big Daddy Doll

• 3 old socks - F
• Old baseball - G
• 8 red push pins (tacks) - F
• 5 regular paper clips - F
• Blue yarn - F
• Film Canister - F
• Bottle cap - WM
• Nail - F
• Handful of red rubber bands - WM
• Twine or off white yarn - F
• Red paint, black paint or red marker, black marker – F
• Grey paint- F
• 2 wooden beads - WM
• Thimble - HL
• Silver Pipe cleaner – WM
• Poly fill stuffing - WM



II. Supplies on hand
• Scissors (for cutting only, not in costume)
• Circle stencil or round found object
• Newspaper
• Tape measure
• Box cutter



III. Helmet
1. Supplies
• Garden hose – F
• Rigged Garden hose/air hose- F
• Big Bouncy ball – WM
• Red Transparent gift wrap – FD
• Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper), silver – WM
• Garbage disposal mouth – F
• Bouncy ball small – FD
• Paper Mache
• Black Paint – F
• Paper plates – FD
• Christmas Candy containers (Lids) – FD
• Poster board – F
• Paper fasteners – WM
• Packaged Foam Sheets – WM
• Grey paint – F
• Sponge – F
• First Alert  LED Puck Lights x2 (6 lights) - W

2. How To
• Take a Big bouncy ball that is comfortably bigger than your head.
• Get a stable item to hold the ball in place for a long amount of time (I used a bowling ball holder and tape)
• Mix flour and water into a paste, not too thick.
• Tear strips of newspaper and dip into the flour
• Wipe off the excess paste and put onto the ball.
• Paper Mache all the way to the bottom but not completely.
• Let dry in the sun and repeat with 4-6 layers
• Take the small bouncy ball and cut it in half
• Take the garbage disposal mouth and cut out the prongs in the middle of it.
• Spray paint the garbage disposal mouth with Krylon spray paint – silver
• Attach the half of the bouncy ball to the garbage disposal mouth, on the non-metal side. Glue it if needed.
• Take the garden hose and cut it into two long sections, paint these with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper)
• Let dry and cut to the desired length that wraps around your helmet.
• Tape, or glue the ends together to make a circle out of the hose.
• Make another slightly larger circle with the other hose, glue or tape the ends together.
• Take the paper plates and cut out a nice sized hole in the center, do this to at least 4 plates.
• Glue the plates together for a strong rim.
• Paint with  Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper)
• Take the poster board and put the now cut out plate on it; mark a medium sized circle in the center, and another one in that. (For the inner porthole)
• Move the plate and mark 4 tabs extending from this inner circle, cut out.
• Paint this with the black paint.
• Put the black inner porthole in the plate.
• Punch holes where the tabs touch the plate and put the paper fasteners in them.
• Punch holes all the way around and put the paper fasteners in.
• Take another paper plate and trace around it onto the Red Transparent gift wrap. Cut this out. (I used 2 transparent circles for mine, it makes it more red but slightly reduces visibility)
• You can either glue this to the plate or punch holes corresponding to the paper fasteners and attach the red transparent gift wrap.
• This is your larges porthole that you look out of.
• Take the Christmas Candy containers (Lids) pick the three you want to use, and cut out the tops of the lids.
• Paint them with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper) and let dry.
• Cut out pieces of the red transparent gift wrap for the lids.
• Glue into the lids and let dry. You can put as many layers of transparent gift wrap as desired.
• Now take the paper Mache’d ball and pop the balloon inside. (Have confidence in your Paper Mache! It’s stronger than you think!!)
• Make sure this fits comfortably over your head, if not cut out the bottom slightly till it’s comfortable.
• Trace around a paper plate onto the helmet and trace around your small portholes and the garbage disposal mouth.
• Take a box cutter and cut out the largest hole. (The porthole you look out of)
• Once cut out you can sand the edges. (You may cut out the other traced holes if you wish I did except for the garbage disposal circle.)
• For the look of metal panels take the Packaged Foam Sheets and cut out curved rectangles, glue them to the helmet where desired. (DON’T cover up the circles you just traced!!)
• Now paint the entire helmet with Krylon spray paint – silver and let dry. (If you didn’t cut out all the holes, you don’t have to paint over the circles you just traced, as they’ll be covered up)
• Now for a better effect take the sponge and but black paint on it, dab it all over, then do the same with the grey paint, then with the Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper) (By spraying it directly on the sponge and dabbing it onto the helmet)
• Cut Velcro strips and lay those on the hose press this to the base of the helmet, and that’s done.
• Take more Velcro and attach the garbage disposal where you want it. (Make sure to add the black sponged paint and such to this as well)
• Take some Velcro and one of the First Alert LED Puck lights and attach it inside the garbage disposal mouth, light it up and put the ball on. (Lights up the blue attachment to the head. =D)
• Take more Velcro and position the lights in all the smaller portholes to where they shine thorough it.
• Place two of the lights around the main porthole.
• Attach all the portholes with glue or Velcro.
• Turn your lights on and off.
• And you’re all done!



IV. Chest Piece, Back Piece, Shoulder Pieces
1. Supplies
• Elastic bands - WM
• Packaged Foam Sheets – WM
• Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper), silver – WM
• Super Glue – F
• Poly-fil true foam – foam pad – WM
• Liquid Stitch – prym creative – WM
• ¾ Thick Shoulder pads x2 (2 in pack) –WM
• 1/2 Thick Shoulder pads – WM
• 7/16 inch extra large eyelets – prym creative – WM
• 7/16 inch extra large eyelet tools – prym creative – WM
• Off yellow paint – F

2. How To
- Chest Piece and Back Piece
• Take tape measure and measure your shoulders from shoulder to shoulder (12.5 in) and from collarbone to breast. (10.5in)
• Mark on the Poly-fil these measurements and round out the bottom half.
• Cut.
• Measure your back from shoulder to shoulder (12.5 in) and from base of neck to middle of upper back. (10.5in) (Most likely this will be the same measurement as the chest)
• Mark and Cut.
• Take out two foam sheets and cut out the same measurements for chest and back.
• Make the same measurements on another foam sheet and mark from the edge about 2 inches in all the way around, make 2 of theses. (Makes a border piece)
• Inside the chest piece “border” mark out two curved strips. (See pic)
• Cut.
• Take another foam sheet or scraps and mark 10 2inch circles with tabs on the sides. (like rivets)
• Make 2 circles 2inch no tabs.
• Make 12 smaller circles that fit in the 2inch ones. No tabs.
• Paint the 2 circles, 2 small circles, and both borders with the Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper). You may have to spray the spray paint into a cup and use a paint brush to apply. (Don’t forget the edges!!)
• Paint both Poly-fil pieces, Chest and Back foam pieces, 10 tabbed circles and 10 small circles with the Krylon spray paint – silver
• Let dry and glue chest and back foam pieces to the Poly-fil pieces, borders on top of those, curved strips on the chest piece, and small circles in the rivet pieces and to the borders, putting the two copper circles by the curved strips on the chest piece.
• Scratch up with fingernails or object for weathered effect and add more paint where needed for a water damaged look.
• Now take both chest and back plates and take the 7/16 inch extra large eyelets – prym creative and trace around them onto the corner edges of your plates. Cut out the holes, don’t make them too large!!
• Now follow the instructions on the back of the eyelet tools box and do so with the 7/16 inch extra large eyelet tools – prym creative.
• Now touch up the edges and the eyelets with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper) and silver.
• With the off yellow paint, paint a big daddy on the back piece a little to the left.
• Let everything dry and you’re done, now onto the shoulder pieces.

– Shoulder Pieces
• Take your Elastic bands and measure how long you need them to be to run from the front pieces’ eyelet to the back pieces’ eyelet.
• Cut two strips and thread through the eyelets.
• Tie the elastic bands tight and Velcro the extra elastic to the back of the plates. (Just in case you have to adjust them later this makes it so you don’t have to cut a whole new piece of elastic band)
• Take the ¾ Thick Shoulder pads x2 (2 in pack) and 1/2 Thick Shoulder pads x2 and paint them with Krylon spray paint – silver
• Let dry and cut Velcro strips and attach them to the elastic bands. Or use liquid stitch.
• Velcro the two ¾ Thick Shoulder pads on the left and right elastic bands.
• Take both and 1/2 Thick Shoulder pads and attach them using Velcro or liquid stitch to the left shoulder pad. (You should have 3 pads on the left shoulder now and one on the right.)
• Take the packaged foam sheets and cut out 9 quarter sized circles, glue them together with 3 in each stack.
• You should have 3 stacks of foam circles. Pain these with Krylon spray paint – silver let dry and attach to the left shoulder pad. (These look like rivets.)
• Let everything dry and you’re done!


V. Left Arm Adam Extractor
1. Supplies
• PVC – F
• Toilet Paper Roll (Cardboard only) –F
• Even flo baby bottles x1 – WM
• PVC Glue –F
• Glad flexible straws – WM
• Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper), silver – WM
• Great stuff – insulating foam sealant – WM
• Duck Tape – WM
• Cardboard- F
• Red shut off Valves x2 – L
• Industrial strength Velcro –WM
• Belts 2-3 – GW
• 2  Pirate compasses – WM
• Red paint - F

2. How To
• Gather desired PVC pipes
• Sand and cut to desire
• Arrange however desired, I attached a handle for more stability
• Glue together.
• Cut toilet paper roll length wise, roll into a smaller tube and duck tape it entirely for a smooth finish
• Take at least 3 straw and insert them into one another, cutting the end of the last straw to be your extractor tip
• Spray paint with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper) up to the end of the PVC.
• Spray the Great stuff – insulating foam sealant into the PVC pipe end that the paper tube will come out of, insert into the PVC pipe
• Spray the Great stuff – insulating foam sealant into the paper tube and insert the straw. Let dry for at least 15-20 minutes
• Spray paint with Krylon spray paint – silver from the toilet paper roll to the end of the straw.
• Glue baby bottle to the top crooked PVC with Adam inside.
• Take the cardboard and measure from your wrist to just past your elbow and mark a rectangle, cut out, and round the edges.
• Spray paint the whole thing with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper)
• Attach both the red shut off valves to the cardboard with glue or industrial strength Velcro.
• Spray paint the 2 Pirate compasses with Krylon spray paint – silver (don’t paint the face of the compass.)
• Take 2 or 3 belts and wrap them around your LEFT arm cut them to desired length and poke a new hole in the belt for the metal tip to go through.
• Take your Adam extractor and put industrial strength Velcro where you want the cardboard/valve piece to touch.
• Put industrial strength Velcro on the belts and attach the cardboard/valve covered piece, to the side of your arm.
• Put industrial strength Velcro on the back of the 2 pirate compasses and attach them to the belts.
• Dip the Adam extractors tip in red paint and let it run down.
• Let it dry.
• And you’re all done!



VI. Right Arm Harpoon
1. Supplies
• PVC – F
• Halloween devils trident – WM
• Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper), silver – WM
• Cardboard – F
• Belts x2 – GW
• Duck Tape - WM
• Multi-purpose cement glue – WM
• Packaged Foam Sheets – WM
• Industrial Strength Velcro – WM
• Wells Lamont Gloves – WM
• Belts 2-3 - GW


2. How To
• Take the Halloween devils trident and cut off the two prongs on either side, leaving only the middle prong
• Attach one black pipe to the trident (comes in the package.)
• Cover the exposed hole with duck tape
• Spray paint the harpoon, duck tape, and PVC cap with Krylon spray paint – silver
• Glue the PVC cap to the end of the black trident pipe, to seal the open end.
• Take the cardboard and measure from your wrist to just past your elbow and mark a rectangle, cut out, and round the edges. Also mark a oval the size of the top of your hand, cut out and round.
• Take a dime and trace circles on the foam sheet, cut out and glue around the edges to the cardboard pieces (both the hand and forearm pieces), these look like rivets.
• Spray paint both of the cardboard pieces with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper)
• Take the hand size piece and attach it to your RIGHT glove with industrial strength Velcro at a comfortable angle.
• Take the longer forearm cardboard piece and cut a strip of industrial strength Velcro and attach your Halloween devils trident harpoon to it, make sure this lines up with the glove’s cardboard piece.
• Take 2 or 3 belts and wrap them around your RIGHT arm cut them to desired length and poke a new hole in the belt for the metal tip to go through.
• Put industrial strength Velcro on the belts and attach the cardboard/harpoon piece.
• And you’re all done!



VII. Cage and Tank
1. Supplies
• PVC – F
• Krylon spray paint – Oxford blue – WM
• Poly-fil true foam – foam pad – WM
• Belts x2- GW
• Big Poster board x2 – F
• Paper fasteners – WM
• Packaged Foam Sheets – WM
• 4 pack cork tiles (only need 1)– HL
• Offray ribbon – pink – WM
• Light blue paint – F
• Red shut off valve x1- L
• Industrial strength Velcro – WM
• Red paint – F
• White paint - F


2. How To
• Get a PVC pipe 4.5 in wide by 25.5 tall with a PVC cap and bottom plug
• Paint the PVC pipe with Krylon spray paint – Oxford blue
• Measure the PVC pipe’s circumference and cut out foam strips x6. 3 large widths and 3 small widths.
• Glue the small strips to the wide ones and paint with Krylon spray paint – silver.
• Glue on to the PVC pipe.
• Cut 1 poster board into strips lengthways x8
• Cut 1 poster board into strips width ways x8
• Glue 2 strips each of lengthways together you should end up with 4 strips now
• Do the same for the width ways strips ending up with 4 strips
• Spray paint all the strips front and back with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper)
• Let dry then lay out the strips to where they make a cage pattern.
• Take one of the lengthways strips and cut it in half, leavingx2 14 inch strips.
• Poke holes in the places where the cage meet and insert the paper fasteners.
• Measure and apply the industrial strength Velcro to one of the 14 inch strips and attach to the PVC tube and attach the cage. Having all the cage strips meet at the bottom in one point, fasten this with another paper fastener.
• Cut the Offray ribbon – pink into strips and make flat bows with them.
• Cut small strips of the industrial strength Velcro and attach to the back of the bows, place them on the cage.
• Take one cork tile, mark and cut into a turn off valve shape.
• Paint red.
• Attach to the top cap of the PVC pipe. (You can add a washer, nut, and hex screw to the top for added effect.)
• Take the Packaged foam sheets and cut out 3 two inch long strips and 3 one inch long strips, long enough to wrap around your tank.
• Glue the 1in strips to the 2 in strips, centered.
• Paint these with Krylon spray paint – silver. Let dry.
• Attach industrial strength Velcro strips to the back of the 3 strips and attach to your tank. (You may have to cut off a small section of your strips and place it in between the cage’s vertical Velcro’d strips.)
• Paint fish on the tank in light blue paint just under the first silver strip.
• Paint 2 stick figure little sisters and a big sister in the middle all in white paint. Paint the big sisters face with red paint.
• Let everything dry and you’re done!



VIII. Leg Bracers and Shoes
1. Supplies
• Brown shoes – GW
• Krylon spray paint –silver, leather brown – WM
• Krylon Fusion – Hammered finish – copper –WM
• Cardboard- F
• Packaged Foam Sheets – WM
• Super glue – F
• 4 pack cork tiles (need 2 tiles) – HL
• Elastic bands – WM
• Industrial Strength Velcro - WM


2. How To
– Leg Bracers.
• Measure on the side of your leg, from the top of your thigh to just a few inches above the knee. And from just a few inches below your knee to a few inches above your ankle. Do this for both right and left legs.
• Take cardboard and mark your measurements, round this out to fit the design of the leg bracers.
• Cut out all templates, you should have 2 big ones for right and left thighs outside, and 6 small ones for inside the right leg (thigh and calf), inside the left leg (thigh and calf), and for the right and left calves on the outside.
• Take the foam sheets and trace your cardboard templates, cut out the templates, and trace using a dime, some circles on the cardboard, cut these out.
• Glue the foam templates to the corresponding cardboard templates and then the circles down the center of the foam templates.
• Spray paint with Krylon spray paint –silver.
• Take the cork tiles and mark 4 big circles about 2-3 inches in diameter. And mark 4 slightly smaller circles than that. Cut these out.
• Trace these circle templates on to the foam. Also trace 8 dime sized circles on the foam.
• Cut out all pieces.
• Glue the dime sized circles in the center of all the other circles.
• Then glue the Foam circles to the corresponding cork circle templates.
• Spray paint with Krylon spray paint –silver.
• Hold the Thigh and calf templates to your leg and measure the distance in between them (Bottom of thigh template to top of calf template)
• Cut 2 strips of Elastic bands the distance measured.
• Attach Industrial strength Velcro to the bottom back side of the thigh template and to the top back side of the calf template, attach the elastic bands to this Velcro.
• Place the now attached leg bracers to your leg again and find where your kneecap is in relation to the elastic band, place the 4 slightly smaller foam/cork circles in this place with the Velcro.
• Once the leg bracers are all assembled, cut belts for the legs, and attach industrial strength Velcro to the side of the belt where you want your leg bracers, attach.
• And you’re all done!!

– Shoes
• Take the shoes your using and paint them with Krylon Fusion – Hammered finish – copper
• Let dry and take the 4 big circles about 2-3 inches in diameter from the leg bracers and attach  industrial strength Velcro to the circles, place two circles on the “ankles/inner side” of the shoes and two on the outer side of the shoe.
• Try walking in the shoes if the circles come off or are uncomfortably move them to a desired location.
• Cut small strips of belt at attach with Velcro to the shoe “top”.
• And you’re all done!!



IX. Body suit
1. Supplies
• Sweet Nothings – Top- WM
• Wells Lamont Gloves – WM
• George - milon crew socks – WM
• Fruit of the Loom Women’s Warm Wear – shirt – WM
• Fruit of the Loom Women’s Warm Wear – pants – WM
• Brown Shorts – GW
• Safety pins- F
• Belts - GW


2. How To
• Take the George - milon crew socks and cut off the tips where the toes go on all of the pairs. 2 for the calves, 2 for the thighs, 2 for the wrists. Take the extra toe fabric and cut small circles in the side. About a 1 in circle. These are for the knees.
• Take the Sweet Nothings – Top and cut it straight up the front then fold both cut ends inward about an inch and sew a running stitch.
• If you didn’t sew the brown top to the white top and the brown top won’t stay in place, pin it with safety pins, these can be hidden with the belts later.
• Put on the Fruit of the Loom Women’s Warm Wear – shirt and pants
• Then the Brown shorts and Sweet Nothings – Top (unless its sewn to it)
• Put on the cut George - milon crew socks on the wrists, knees, thighs, and calves. (You can sew them on if they keep slipping, I had to)
• Put on the Wells Lamont Gloves
• ((See XI. Belts)) put on the belts over the torso, thighs, and calves.
• Attach your leg bracers with the belts.
• Attach your harpoon and Adam extractor.
• Attach your tank/cage with belts, wrap two around the base of the tank and to the front of your stomach, or take one and wrap it vertically to the belts that are on your stomach/shirt, put the other two belts through the vertical belt and around the tank.
• Put on your shoes.
• Put on your helmet.
• And you’re all done!!



X. Adam
1. Supplies
• Karo Syrup – F
• Red Food Coloring - F


2. How To
• Mix red food coloring with karo syrup
• Put into baby bottle
• And you’re all done!


XI. Belts

1. Supplies
• Krylon spray paint – leather brown – WM


2. How To
• Spray paint all the belts with Krylon spray paint – leather brown
• Wrap the belts around an area and cut to desired length
• Poke new holes in the belt for the prong to stick into
• And you’re all done!



XII. Little Sister Adam Extractor
1. Supplies
• Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper), silver - WM
• Glad flexible straws - WM
• Power sprayer nozzle – F
• Red paint - F


2. How To
• Cut off the very end off the power sprayer nozzle just to where the thickest section is.
• Slide off the plastic casing and pour glue into the casing, quickly slide it back onto the metal and let dry.
• At the rounded edge by the top of the sprayer, take 2 PVC pipes and insert one into the other, glue them together, glue this to the rounded edge with the little PVC pipe touching the sprayer nozzle.
• Fill your Even flo baby bottle x1 with your already made Adam.
• Glue the Even flo baby bottle x1 to
• the end of the open PVC pipe.
• Take at least 3 straws and insert them into one another, cutting the end of the last straw to be your extractor tip
• Spray the Great stuff – insulating foam sealant into the plastic encased metal and insert the straw. Let dry for at least 15-20 minutes.
• Spray paint with Krylon spray paint – sparkling canyon (copper) up to the end of the thickest section.
• Spray paint with Krylon spray paint – silver from the plastic casing to the end of the straw.
• Paint the tip of the straw with the red paint.
• Let everything dry and you’re done!



XIII. Big Daddy Doll
1. Supplies
• 3 old socks - F
• Old baseball - G
• 8 red push pins (tacks) - F
• 5 regular paper clips - F
• Blue yarn - F
• Film Canister - F
• Bottle cap - WM
• Nail - F
• Handful of red rubber bands - WM
• Twine or off white yarn - F
• Red paint, black paint or red marker, black marker – F
• Grey paint- F
• 2 wooden beads - WM
• Thimble - HL
• Silver Pipe cleaner – WM
• Poly fill stuffing - WM


   2. How to
• Paint the 8 push pins with the grey paint only around the edges; leave the top of the pin red.
• Take 4 paper clips and unbend them (its okay if they have bumps, its supposed to)
• Push the pins into the baseball like shown in the picture, 2 by 4 by 2
• Poke holes in the baseball where you want the paper clips to stick in.
• Put one vertical and 3 horizontal like a cage.
• Take the 3 old sock and cut 1 of them down to the body size for the big daddy (the heads wider than the body but not “longer”)
• Cut and sew stuff with poly fill stuffing.
• Now take the other 2 and make legs. Measure, cut, and sew, stuff.
• Sew to the body.
• Take your red and black markers or paint and put red strips on the legs and make the ends of the legs black like shoes.
• Take the baseball head and sew it to the body. (This is very difficult.)
• Take the twine or off white yarn and thread it through the body of the doll you may need to layer the yarn.
• Take the rubber bands and wrap them randomly around the dolls body and one on the head.
• Slip the film canister in the rubber bands on his back.
• Pop off the film canisters cap and nail the bottle cap into the film canister’s cap. Place back on the film canister.
• Wrap a few strings of the blue yarn around the dolls “neck” and back around the film canister.
• Clip one paper clip to the front of the body’s rubber bands.
• Thread the arms through the wooden beads, and tie it off.
• On the dolls right arm glue the thimble to the wooden bead.
• Take the silver pipe cleaner and twist it into a drill.
• Glue to the thimble.
• And you’re all done!!
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shadowwolves89 Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
Ugly any photos of when u where making it??
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GingerMessiah Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome
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Professor-pixels Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is great, thanks!
I'm looking forward to making this costume! :iconlaplz:
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Rosela978 Featured By Owner May 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is really good! I didn't understand most of it, but when read while looking at a big sister picture, I understood what you were doing XD I can't wait to make it!
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Shadythewolf77 Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Can u make it n i buy it from you?
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ActYourShoeSize Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
This is awesome ^_^ some pictures might be helpful though, do you have any?
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