Awesome Mom Makes Star Wars Storm Trooper Helmet From Milk Jugs

Posted: Oct 11 2010, 11:55am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 11 2010, 9:46pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Awesome Mom Makes Star Wars Storm Trooper Helmet from Milk Jugs
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DIY Star Wars mask made from trash

The extent of my recycling abilities when it comes to making something of trash other than just throwing it away is stuffing old toys into a bag to take to good will. One mom has taken a couple of old milk jugs and rather than adding them to the garbage can, she made them into some very cool DIY Halloween masks.

The mask is a very cool replica of a Storm Trooper helmet that is made from three pieces cut from a milk jug. The pieces are glued together and then the thing is painted white. After the paint dried, the accents were added.

The finished product looks very much like a Storm Trooper Helmet from the original films. The mask is sized to be worn by a child and is held on by an elastic strap. This is a great DIY project for Halloween.

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