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Fix-It Felix’s Golden Hammer

October 3, 2023 Sarah Coggins
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My husband’s Fix-It Felix Jr Halloween costume last year had to have a golden hammer. It’s the must have accessory to complete the look. With a little team effort, we made a pretty nice one that worked great for our Halloween cruise along with parties, trunk or treat, and Halloween night.

Gloved hand holding DIY golden hammer with text overlay stating "Fix-It Felix's Golden Hammer. Step-by-step tutorial to make your own."

Planning your own Fix-It Felix costume and want to make a golden hammer? Here are our step-by-step instructions for this simple DIY costume prop.

Supplies

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Instructions

Step 1 Lay your hammer onto a piece of white foam core (the option from the Dollar Tree works perfectly!) and trace the outline.

Lay a hammer onto white foam core board and trace outline with a pencil.

Step 2 Use x-acto knife to carefully cut out hammer shape from the foam core board.

Step 3 Use the foam outline to trace and cut 3 additional hammer shapes. Stack and glue together to create one ‘hammer.’

Stack of cut out hammer shapes from foam core board.

Step 4 Mix 2 parts of water with 1 part of glue to create your papier-mâché paste. Tear strips of newspaper. Dip into the paste and carefully wrap your foam hammer shape until completely covered.

Step 5 Once papier-mâché process has dried, paint your hammer using gold acrylic paint. It may take several layers. Allow to fully dry between each.

Foam hammer shape paper mached and in the process of being painted gold.

Your golden hammer is now ready to accessorize your Fix-It Felix Jr costume!

Golden Hammer next to plush Ralph and Hocus Pocus 2 themed treat bag on Disney Cruise bed.

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Hi! I'm a DIY and craft obsessed mom to 2. I have my hands covered in sawdust or paint any given day. My husband and kids join me in many of our projects. When we aren't creating at home, we're creating memories in our many adventures. Join along! Read More

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