Picture of Ahsoka Tano from Star Wars, the Clone Wars
My daughter really wanted to be Ahsoka Tano from Star wars, the clone wars, for Halloween. To get some idea's I looked around the Instructables website and found an Instructable here on how to make a Togruta headpiece . That author came up with a really good idea. Taking that idea, I modified it to make it easier to mold and closer to what the character actually looks like.

Step 1: The Headpiece

What you'll need:

- Foam head (needed to build the headpiece on. I found them at a thrift store for around a dollar)
- Some stiff wire
- Heavy tape (Duct or Gaff tape will do)
- A bald cap (found at any costume shop or dept. store that sells costumes)
- Crayola Model Magic (You should only need a 2 lb box, but I ended up buying an extra 8 oz bag as well.)
- 4 or 6 Toilet paper roll, depending on how big you make the headpiece.
- Badger model paint, 16-82 LN Blue
- White gloss spray paint
- Silver paint
- A silver beaded necklace
- Pliers that can also cut wire
- A palm sander with fine sandpaper (You could use a sanding block, but this is way faster)

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ecoforestry made it!3 hours ago

Hi. I made this for my daughter for Halloween this year. Unfortunately, the model magic just crumbled as it dried, and nothing I can do to fill the cracks is working. Going to have to scrap this project and try making something with fabric. Yours looks beautiful, I just wish mine had worked as well. Maybe a humidity issue?

Sorry, I don't mean to be rude or anything but are you going to put the step by step instructions on making the wire frame any time soon? I need them for this weekend!
And one more thing, if you could add the price for these things then I would TOTALLY try making this!! Plz and thank you
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Question: could you do steps on how to make the wire shape with pictures on each step? I found it hard to make without that. But other that that AWESOME!
shiverjc2 years ago
Great instruction for a great challenge. You did a super job! Your daughter better be grateful to have you!!!! ;)
ChrysN3 years ago
Great job, the head piece looks amazing!
scoochmaroo3 years ago
Fantastic build!
That looks great! I love all the little things you did to really make the costume come together. The head piece is amazing and I love that she can show it off on the fake head.