How do you make an elephant costume for kids?
Customize your DIY elephant costume with your favorite colored and patterned felt.
- To make the ears: Enlarge and trace the patterns onto paper and cut out.
- To make the toes: Cut six large toes and six small toes from white felt.
- To make the elephant trunk: Cut a cardboard paper towel tube to 9 inches long.
How do you make an elephant trunk?
To make the trunk, cut a curved section out of the large cardboard tube piece, as shown. Place one of the smaller cardboard tubes next to the large tube. Using the pencil, make a small mark on both of the tubes and do the same on the opposite side. Use the pencil marks as your guide and punch holes in both the tubes.
How do you make an animal dress at home?
Zoo Animal Costumes
- Crocodile. Turn a long narrow cardboard box into a crocodile head with this simple tutorial from Evil Mad Scientist.
- Flamingo. Here are 2 DIY flamingo costume ideas.
- Fox. For a detailed fox costume tutorial, check out Taylor Made Creates.
How do you make an easy paper elephant?
Start with your paper white side up, if it has one. Fold the paper in half, from left to right and then bottom to top. Next, fold the top and bottom edge to the horizontal central crease and unfold. Fold the left and right edges to the vertical central crease and unfold.
How do you make an elephant trunk out of cups?
Lay the cups out with the open side up and paint them with spray paint. You do not need to paint the inside of the cup, just the sides and edges. Also paint the bottom of the cup currently on the cord to make the end of the trunk. Let the cups dry for an hour.
How do you make an elephant mask for kids?
- 1Print out the mask template. Choose from any of these elephant mask templates.
- 2Color the mask. If you chose the black & white mask template, color or paint all the pieces.
- 3Let the paint dry.
- 4Cut out the pieces.
- 5Cut out the eye holes.
- 6Strengthen the holes.
- 7Punch holes.
- 8Apply glue on the tab.
How much do robots cost?
How Much Do New Robots Cost? Complete with controllers and teach pendants, new industrial robotics cost from $50,000 to $80,000. Once application-specific peripherals are added, the robot system costs anywhere from $100,000 to $150,000.