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Is Your Kid Obsessed with Marvel? You’ll Want to Try These Easy Costume and Accessory DIYs

Take their superhero costume to the next level with these tutorials.


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Whether your kids are itching to be an Avenger, Guardian or S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, we’ve got some DIY tips to make sure your Marvelite can trick-or-treat in style.

Gamora’s Sword

courtesy of Instructables

 

Guardians of the Galaxy’s green warrior doesn’t go anywhere without a weapon. Recreate Gamora’s sword using this tutorial.

Full Instructions: Instructables

Loki’s Chitauri Scepter

courtesy of cation designs

 

Asgard’s resident trickster doesn’t travel without a flashy accessory. Recreate Loki’s scepter from the first Avengers movie and watch your little ones reign over other costumed Avengers this Halloween.

Full Instructions: Cation Designs

Iron Man’s Arc Reactor

courtesy of james bruton

 

No Tony Stark ensemble is complete without the superhero’s iconic Arc Reactor. Power up your little Avenger with an easy-to-make and light-on-the-wallet replica.

Full Instructions: James Bruton

Captain America Shield

courtesy of petite and quirky

 

This tutorial is so simple, your little one may not need your help. In just a few steps, turn a frisbee into Cap’s iconic shield.

Full Instructions: Petite and Quirky

Thor’s Hammer

courtesy of c'mon get crafty

 

Mjolnir can be yours — and this one’s considerably easier to lift. Your kids don’t have to be the chosen one, they just have to have a few simple household items to wield Thor's legendary Asgardian weapon.

Full Instructions: C’mon Get Crafty

Wolverine Claws

courtesy of instructables

 

This iconic X-men look is achievable in just a few steps. Your kids can channel Hugh Jackman’s mutant character using this accessory.

Full Instructions: Instructables

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