A staple of Tatooine! Luke's favorite drink---
1-1/2 cups whole milk
1 tablespoon sugar
½ teaspoon vanilla
blue food gel dye
Stir together the milk, sugar, and vanilla.
When the sugar is dissolved, stir in a drop of blue food gel dye until combined.
Keep in the refrigerator until ready to drink.
On the ice planet Hoth, things can get downright chilly. To create some warmth, you can make your own Darth Vader Double Chocolate Cocoa.
Darth Vader Double Chocolate Cocoa Recipe
Whisk the chocolate, sugar, and pinch of salt in a saucepan. Pour in the boiling water. Continue to stir while this mixture comes to an easy boil.
Constantly stir and simmer for about 1 1/2 minutes. Add and stir in the milk heating until hot. Do not boil! Remove from stove, add vanilla.
Dip the glasses in the simple syrup and then dip into the sanding sugar Divide between mugs. Top with whipped cream and drizzle the chocolate sauce.
Cosplay can get EXPENSIVE. I decided to add accessories for a Black Widow cosplay and here I'm making my own bullet cuffs.
The fringed squawkers I found at Dollar Tree in the party section. I bought 2 packs.
Once you remove the cellophane fringe, you're left with "bullets". They're white plastic and in order for the gold to show well, I painted them red first. Once they dry, paint them metallic gold. I used acrylics, but you can spray paint them.
Glue the bullets onto a wrist band, mine are cut from foam sheets. Add electrical tape to the base of the bullets. Add a velcro closure and voila, your Black Widow wrist cuffs are ready for action!
Let's face it, most Marvel and DC female cosplays begin with a tight black cat suit! (Yawn) If you saw the video on my instagram, I stated that the THREE cats - Catwoman '66, Batman Returns Catwoman '92 and Black Cat - are about to change.
Catwoman '66 remains a fan favorite, but she has just about run her course. Always wanting to kill Robin and marry Batman, her subject matter is getting very thin. I will no longer be portraying Catwoman '66. She MAY however make a spontaneous appearance in a Batgirl cosplay.
Selina Kyle from Batman Returns '92, is soon to get an upgrade. And Black Cat will make more appearances alongside Spiderman in future posts.
This belt is VERY BASIC. In time I will need to make a more durable belt, but this one worked very well for my photo shoot. It's made of thin cardboard, painted and strung together. The belt ties in the back.
The Joker is ALWAYS up to no good! Which means I needed dynamite for my cosplay photo shoot. I took cardboard tubes and capped them off with paper and masking tape. Painted them red, bound them together with twine and *BOOM* my prop dynamite was done.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".
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