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Crash Bandicoot

Tawna's Outfit

Created by
MorrisWorld Cosplay Creations
Build time
1 day
Budget
$90
Skill level
Beginner
Description

Learn how to make Tawna's outfit! Check out the other Tawna tutorials for the full costume including: ears, makeup, and wig.

Tools required
  • Heat gun
  • Hot glue
  • Small round object (e.g. pen or pencil)
  • Craft knife
  • Paint brush
  • Paint pallet
  • Paint water cup
  • Sharpie
skills required
  • Ability to use a heat gun safely
  • Ability to use a hot glue gun safely
  • Ability to use a blade safely
images for inspiration
No images available
Supply list
Part Description
Costume section
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Burgundy hoodie
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Tan faux leather jacket
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Blue t-shirt
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Orange t-shirt
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Bright blue pants
costume section
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Small belt
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Medium belt
costume section
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Large belt
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Part description
12x screwback spikes
costume section
Est. Cost
$12
Part description
Yellow decal vinyl
costume section
Est. Cost
$3
Part description
Velcro
costume section
Est. Cost
$14
Part description
Dark-colored gloves
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Part description
Blue decal vinyl
costume section
Est. Cost
$3
Guide
  1. Collect garments from your closet or a thrift store, including: large hot pink hoodie, large cyan blue t-shirt, fitted hot pink t-shirt, fitted cyan blue jeans, sneakers, small belt that can fit around your thigh, hip belt, oversized hip belt, fitted leather jacket with no collar, and brown gloves. 
  2. Cut off the hoodie sleeves to form your leg warmers.
  3. Cut the blue tshirt into a square and fold diagonally to create a bandana. 
  4. Cut the buckle off of the small leg belt.
  5. Wrap the small belt around your leg and mark the overlap. 
  6. Add velcro to the overlap marks to create the leg strap.
  7. If your jacket has a hood or collar, cut it off.  
  8. Attach metal tree spikes to the jacket shoulders. Space the spikes as needed and mark the spike holes with a sharp, pointed object.
  9. Push the bottom of a spike bolt through a hole in the jacket. 
  10. Screw the spike onto the bolt base. 
  11. Repeat Steps 9-10 for all spikes.
  12. Put on the jacket and pull up the sleeves.
  13. Mark the location of your elbows with tape. 
  14. Place a mark about 1-2 inches below the tape and cut off the sleeves at that point. 
  15. Fold the cut jacket sleeve edge inwards and use hot glue to secure the fold. 
  16. Place tape strips across the shirt chest area where Tawna’s decal is located. 
  17. Roughly sketch Tawna’s t-shirt design (yellow and blue shapes) onto the tape.
  18. Use safety pins to mark the design location and remove the tape. 
  19. Transfer the tape pattern to paper, trace it onto Iron On Vinyl, and cut out.
  20. Test your colored iron-on vinyl on scrap fabric first.
  21. Iron the yellow decal onto the t-shirt according to your vinyl’s directions.
  22. Carefully peel off the transfer tape after making sure the vinyl has adhered.  
  23. Repeat Step 20-22 for the blue decal using two protective sheet layers to protect the first yellow decal from excess heat.
  24. For the gloves, cut off the thumb, index, and pinky fingers about a half-inch from the finger bases.
  25. Use a sheet of paper to create the pattern for the glove metal plates. 
  26. Transfer the plate shape to craft foam twice and cut out.
  27. Use a thin round tube (e.g., a pen or pencil) to press faux rivets into the foam. 
  28. Use silver craft paint to apply several layers of silver to both foam “plates.”
  29. Attach the “plates” to the gloves about an inch under the knuckles with hot glue.
Guide
  1. Collect garments from your closet or a thrift store, including: large hot pink hoodie, large cyan blue t-shirt, fitted hot pink t-shirt, fitted cyan blue jeans, sneakers, small belt that can fit around your thigh, hip belt, oversized hip belt, fitted leather jacket with no collar, and brown gloves. 
  2. Cut off the hoodie sleeves to form your leg warmers.
  3. Cut the blue tshirt into a square and fold diagonally to create a bandana. 
  4. Cut the buckle off of the small leg belt.
  5. Wrap the small belt around your leg and mark the overlap. 
  6. Add velcro to the overlap marks to create the leg strap.
  7. If your jacket has a hood or collar, cut it off.  
  8. Attach metal tree spikes to the jacket shoulders. Space the spikes as needed and mark the spike holes with a sharp, pointed object.
  9. Push the bottom of a spike bolt through a hole in the jacket. 
  10. Screw the spike onto the bolt base. 
  11. Repeat Steps 9-10 for all spikes.
  12. Put on the jacket and pull up the sleeves.
  13. Mark the location of your elbows with tape. 
  14. Place a mark about 1-2 inches below the tape and cut off the sleeves at that point. 
  15. Fold the cut jacket sleeve edge inwards and use hot glue to secure the fold. 
  16. Place tape strips across the shirt chest area where Tawna’s decal is located. 
  17. Roughly sketch Tawna’s t-shirt design (yellow and blue shapes) onto the tape.
  18. Use safety pins to mark the design location and remove the tape. 
  19. Transfer the tape pattern to paper, trace it onto Iron On Vinyl, and cut out.
  20. Test your colored iron-on vinyl on scrap fabric first.
  21. Iron the yellow decal onto the t-shirt according to your vinyl’s directions.
  22. Carefully peel off the transfer tape after making sure the vinyl has adhered.  
  23. Repeat Step 20-22 for the blue decal using two protective sheet layers to protect the first yellow decal from excess heat.
  24. For the gloves, cut off the thumb, index, and pinky fingers about a half-inch from the finger bases.
  25. Use a sheet of paper to create the pattern for the glove metal plates. 
  26. Transfer the plate shape to craft foam twice and cut out.
  27. Use a thin round tube (e.g., a pen or pencil) to press faux rivets into the foam. 
  28. Use silver craft paint to apply several layers of silver to both foam “plates.”
  29. Attach the “plates” to the gloves about an inch under the knuckles with hot glue.
Description

Learn how to make Tawna's outfit! Check out the other Tawna tutorials for the full costume including: ears, makeup, and wig.

Tools required
  • Heat gun
  • Hot glue
  • Small round object (e.g. pen or pencil)
  • Craft knife
  • Paint brush
  • Paint pallet
  • Paint water cup
  • Sharpie
skills required
  • Ability to use a heat gun safely
  • Ability to use a hot glue gun safely
  • Ability to use a blade safely
images for inspiration
No images available
Supply list
Part Description
Costume section
est. Cost
Part description
Burgundy hoodie
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Tan faux leather jacket
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Blue t-shirt
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Orange t-shirt
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Bright blue pants
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Small belt
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Medium belt
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Large belt
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
12x screwback spikes
costume section
Est. Cost
$12
Part description
Yellow decal vinyl
costume section
Est. Cost
$3
Part description
Velcro
costume section
Est. Cost
$14
Part description
Dark-colored gloves
costume section
Est. Cost
Part description
Blue decal vinyl
costume section
Est. Cost
$3
Guide
  1. Collect garments from your closet or a thrift store, including: large hot pink hoodie, large cyan blue t-shirt, fitted hot pink t-shirt, fitted cyan blue jeans, sneakers, small belt that can fit around your thigh, hip belt, oversized hip belt, fitted leather jacket with no collar, and brown gloves. 
  2. Cut off the hoodie sleeves to form your leg warmers.
  3. Cut the blue tshirt into a square and fold diagonally to create a bandana. 
  4. Cut the buckle off of the small leg belt.
  5. Wrap the small belt around your leg and mark the overlap. 
  6. Add velcro to the overlap marks to create the leg strap.
  7. If your jacket has a hood or collar, cut it off.  
  8. Attach metal tree spikes to the jacket shoulders. Space the spikes as needed and mark the spike holes with a sharp, pointed object.
  9. Push the bottom of a spike bolt through a hole in the jacket. 
  10. Screw the spike onto the bolt base. 
  11. Repeat Steps 9-10 for all spikes.
  12. Put on the jacket and pull up the sleeves.
  13. Mark the location of your elbows with tape. 
  14. Place a mark about 1-2 inches below the tape and cut off the sleeves at that point. 
  15. Fold the cut jacket sleeve edge inwards and use hot glue to secure the fold. 
  16. Place tape strips across the shirt chest area where Tawna’s decal is located. 
  17. Roughly sketch Tawna’s t-shirt design (yellow and blue shapes) onto the tape.
  18. Use safety pins to mark the design location and remove the tape. 
  19. Transfer the tape pattern to paper, trace it onto Iron On Vinyl, and cut out.
  20. Test your colored iron-on vinyl on scrap fabric first.
  21. Iron the yellow decal onto the t-shirt according to your vinyl’s directions.
  22. Carefully peel off the transfer tape after making sure the vinyl has adhered.  
  23. Repeat Step 20-22 for the blue decal using two protective sheet layers to protect the first yellow decal from excess heat.
  24. For the gloves, cut off the thumb, index, and pinky fingers about a half-inch from the finger bases.
  25. Use a sheet of paper to create the pattern for the glove metal plates. 
  26. Transfer the plate shape to craft foam twice and cut out.
  27. Use a thin round tube (e.g., a pen or pencil) to press faux rivets into the foam. 
  28. Use silver craft paint to apply several layers of silver to both foam “plates.”
  29. Attach the “plates” to the gloves about an inch under the knuckles with hot glue.

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