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How to Make an Angry Birds Pig Costume: 15 Steps

The pigs in angry birds are one of my favorite characters and I think they are cool 🙂 I made this costume because I love doing arts and crafts. Hope you like it!


  • So for this project you will need:
  • A beach ball (at least a 50 cm circumference)
  • 2 Plastic bowls
  • Duct Tape
  • Lots and lots of magazines
  • Sandpaper
  • Green fabric (velvet or fleece is the best, but if you couldn't find anything, just use what you can find. The fabric I used was not very effective for this project so if you don't have it don't use it. )
  • Continuous Bandage
  • White Glue
  • Cardboard
  • Light Green Spray Painting
  • Green Blanket
  • Sewing Machine / Needles and Thread
  • White Paper
  • Black Markers
  • Glue Gun
  • Soldering Gun
  • Craft Knife

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Step 1: Making the Stand

Place the plastic bowl under the beach ball and cup it over the air pipe and tape it to the ball. You must make sure the tape is not too long so that it does not go under the paper machine. You can also put something heavy in the bowl so that it doesn't tip over too easily.

Step 2: Making the Starch

Step 3: The Paper Mâché

Rip the magazine into lots of strips. 4. Drop the newspaper pieces in the starch and start sticking them on the ball. (Overlap a little, especially near the edge you should put your head in.) 5. Cover the entire ball. Dry until hard and then start making the next layer. Do this again three times.

Step 4: Finish Shpere

Rub some glue mixed with water on the sphere and make sure no newspaper stands out. Then let it dry completely. After that, remove the tape and remove the cup. The final step is to cut the hole at the bottom so you can fit your head into it.

Step 5: Paint

I used Nippon PYLOX Light green spray paint for the head. I didn't make the order properly but you would actually paint it first and then do the facial features.

Step 6: The Nose

Cut out a circle of cardboard . Then draw two ovals, one large one small, on the circle. Then cut them out. Then cut out a 3×31 cm cardboard strip and color it black (optional). Then use green cloth to cover the whole thing and cut off the tail to match the edge. Paste the piece of fabric and even the pieces that stick out after you fold it. The last thing is to use a glue gun to attach it to the mask.

Step 7: The Eyes

Draw two big circles on the mask and then cut them out. Use 3 see through bandages and stick them together. Overlap them a bit. Feed tape in the middle and sides but do not block the eyes. Then stick on the inside of the mask. Add more tape if needed. Use double-sided tape to attach the middle of the three bandages to the mask between the eyes. The final step is to use a marker pen to draw a small dot in each eye.

Step 8: The Ears

Cut two small ears out of cardboard. Then put double-sided tape on both sides. Then put fabric on both sides and cut the edges. Do this for both ears.

Step 9: The Mouth

Draw a mouth shape on paper and then cut it out. Draw your teeth and paint the rest in black. Knit it laterally on the head.

Step 10: Cut Out Body Shape

Put together your t-shirt and jeans and trace the outline on paper but makes the sides 5 cm larger and the sleeves wider. Cut out the paper. Place it on a piece of folded green fabric and cut out the fabric. Repeat this again.

Step 11: Sewing

Sewing Order (Make sure everything is inside the onesie): [19659124] Sew the two body parts together from behind.

Sew in the legs. (You can add an extra piece of fabric above the legs if you try it and can't move much)

Sew the shoulders.

Do not sew the front or else you will not be able to come in.

Step 12: The sleeves

Measure the length of your arm Use the width of the sleeve on your body and let it go oblique until it is to your wrist. Place it on a piece of fabric that is folded twice and cut it out. suit inside out and sleeves also inside and out and sew on them. Sew sleeves on suit first before closing sleeves.

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I used sticker on Velcro® Velcro and put three pieces on the sides.

Step 14: Gloves

Trace the outline of an oven tray on folded green blanket twice and then cut out a three-fingered shape. Sew it together. Do this twice. Then color the fingertip black.

Step 15: You're done !!!!!!!!!

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