How to Make a Power Rangers Outfit

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How to Make a Power Rangers Outfit
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The Power Rangers' colorful uniforms have become popular for dress up at Halloween or for other occasions requiring a costume. You can buy a suit in a costume shop, or create your own even if you don't have sewing skills. Decide which Power Rangers series you want to model your outfit after. There have been more than a dozen different series created, each featuring Rangers whose costumes are similar but with distinct variations.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Bodysuit or sweatsuit
  • Motorcycle helmet
  • White ink/felt
  • Gloves
  • Boots

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Choose a long-sleeve shirt and pants in matching colors. A spandex body suit or sweatsuit is ideal. You'll want a bright rainbow color, such as red, blue, green or yellow.

  2. 2

    Add the special designs to the suit. Power Ranger outfits have white diamond shapes around the cuffs, chest or shoulders. You can apply these with screen printing ink or make them out of felt and sew them on. You can also cut them out of iron-on fabrics and press them onto the clothes.

  3. 3

    Cut a chest protector shield out of cardboard and wrap it in foil or metallic wrapping paper. Put two holes in the sides at the top of the shield and lace it with string. Tie the strings around your neck after adjusting the shield so that it rests in front of your chest.

  4. 4

    Wear white gloves and boots. If you have an old pair of boots of a different color, paint them white. Wear the boots over your pant legs.

  5. 5

    Remove the face guard from an old football helmet and paint the helmet the same color as your uniform. You also can use a motorcycle or bicycle helmet.

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