I know I’m way, way too late with this post because I was MIA for almost half a year. I did a Thor photoshoot for Niko’s 11th month birthday.
Luckily, Niko had a black/ grey long sleeves available at home which I used as a base. The top has a print so, I covered it with black foam paper. I drew and cut a pattern (somewhat similar to Thor’s breastplate) from glittered silver foam paper. I used the back part (plain gray color) of the silver foam paper for the circles. The cap was also made of foam paper.
I’m going to make a pattern of the cap and will post it here soon.
I attached the glittered silver and grey foam papers unto the black foam paper using hot glue. The black foam paper was then sewn unto the shirt. A red fabric was also sewn at the back of the shirt.
I paired the top with gray pants and socks. His little hammer was a combination of an empty tea bag box and a toy hammer.
Niko doesn’t like to wear the cap, so he kept on removing it. It was really difficult to take a proper photo of him with it. So, the final picture showed no cap. Oh boy!
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