Coolest Homemade Disney's Club Penguin Secret Agent Costume
by Julia B.
Homemade Disney's Club Penguin Secret Agent Costume
My son is really into Club Penguin so he requested we make a Homemade Disney's Club Penguin Secret Agent Costume (search it on the web, Club Penguin Secret Agent Pictures). That is why we have the sunglasses above the beak and the severely modified sport jacket. The body is a piece of ½” foam the covers head to toe. The challenge was the shape of the oval triangle.
The shape made me have to cut out a huge triangle from the back of the coat and fill it back in wit pieces I got from shortening the arms. The feet are slabs of ½ foam with felt covering them. These slip on and off just above the ankle the cover his shoes.
The shirt is white fabric, glued and formed into the collar, and shirt. The body is covered in spray glue, covered in felt then ironed to smooth the material. The head size, and beak matched perfectly to my sons head so he could see out the mouth quite well. The beak is held up by a wire hanger under the foam. This project required a surprising amount of safety pins as out industrial stapler could not reach certain areas of critical connections.
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Coolest Homemade Club Penguin Gary the Gadget Guy Costume 3
Homemade Club Penguin Gary the Gadget Guy Costume
My son is nuts about Club Penguin and Gary the Gadget Guy in particular. All summer long the neighborhood was plastered with wanted signs offering rewards for the capture of Herbert P. Bear. So of course, there was no question as to who he wanted to be for Halloween.
At first, I wasn't going to make the full penguin suit. I had planned to just make the hood and attach flippers to the cuffs of the lab coat. But I changed my mind thinking he would at least be warm.
I made the penguin suit from a Simplicity pattern. I purchased the lab coat at a scrubs store, and the shirt and tie at a local department store. For the beak I cut the brim off of a baseball cap and wrapped it in yellow fleece. The beak is held on with an elastic strap. The glasses are made of poster board. I loosely sewed the arms of the glasses to the sides of the hood. They sit balanced on the beak.