Last Updated on September 16, 2022
If you have watched Over the Garden Wall, you might be wondering how to make Greg’s teapot hat. This easy-to-follow guide will teach you how to make this hat so you can make the cosplay look perfect! In addition to the Greg hat, you can also create a Wirt costume to add more oomph to your Over the Garden Wall cosplay!
- Plastic teapot (Plastic teapots are lightweight and easy to modify. You can buy one from a toy store nearby.)
- Sawand knife
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Silver/Chrome spraypaint
- Clear spraypaint sealer or Mod Podge
- Elastic band or string
1. Detiled steps of creating Greg teapot hat
Empty and wash the teapot.
*My teapot has no handles on the both sides, so I first need to make a handle. If your teapot has a handle on one side, you can skip these steps.
2. This teapot has a handle
This teapot has a handle on the top so I can make full use of it. Cut the handle in half with a saw.
3. Remove both halves of the handle from the teapot body by the saw.
4. Leave the section of the handle you need.
Place it on the body of the teapot and keep it parallel to the spout. Then hot glue it.
5. Fix the
Greg Over the Garden Wall teapot with a tube and then spraypaint it.
Tips: You’d better go to a well-ventilated area for this step.
6. Once the paint is dry
Test the teapot. If it is too high or you want to widen the opening, mark the areas that need to be removed with a pencil.
7. Take the knife to cut the plastic teapot.
Sand any rough edges with sandpaper (or apply a circle of hot glue to the rough edges). Then use the hot glue gun to leave two holes parallel to the spout and the handle.
8. Seal the teapot with sealer or Mod Podge.
Take the elastic band or string through the holes and then tie it.
9. Adjust the length of the elastic band or stringby your needs.
Then you can get a teapot hat for Greg.
Over the Garden Wall
Over the Garden Wall is an American animated television miniseries produced by Cartoon Network. The show follows two half-brothers named Greg and Beatrice on their journey home. The show is based on the short film Tome of the Unknown by Patrick McHale. The show stars Elijah Wood and Melanie Lynskey as Greg and Beatrice, respectively. Other voice actors include Christopher Lloyd, Tim Curry, Bebe Neuwirth, Thomas Lennon, Shirley Jones, and Mike Myers.
If you want to wear a teapot hat as Greg’s elephant Halloween costume, this pattern is perfect for you! It’s easy to follow, and it looks fantastic! If you’re a beginner, you can follow the pattern and follow the tips throughout the pattern. Make sure to use large, 14-oz skeins of gray yarn and plastic shopping bags to hold your hat.
To make Greg’s teapot hat, first, you need to find a plastic teapot. You can use a plastic shopping bag to stuff the teapot. You can even squish it down super flat in your suitcase and fluff it up later. Then, just tie a string or elastic band through the holes on the teapot. You can adjust the length of the string to fit your needs.
Novachan’s teapot hat tutorial
If you want to make your own hat, this Novachan’s teapot hat tutorial is for you. You will need a plastic teapot. You can either purchase a small one at a craft store or make one at home. To make this fun costume accessory, all you need is a teapot and some felt. To make your hat, simply cut a circle of felt slightly larger than the plate. Cut a hole in the center and a slit at one edge. Next, glue the circle to the bottom and underside of the hat, and then attach the teapot.
Once you’ve created your hat, add some decorative trim. Cut out a teapot lid handle from card. Glue it on the teapot’s lid, and then decorate the rest of the hat with trim and gems. For added detail, use wired ribbon to tie a large bow on the top of the hat. Finally, tape it to the hat with duct tape.
Novachan’s greg teapot hat
A great cosplay costume can be made in the comfort of your own home, and this neoprene Greg teapot hat is the perfect example. If you are unsure of how to go about making this hat, Novachan’s tutorial is a great place to start. The pattern includes a link to a printable bodice and shorts pattern. There is also a hint at the end of the article to help you find a pattern that lays flat.
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