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Picture of Bioshock Elizabth Choker

The bird it is..

 
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Step 1: References

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First things first: get some good images to help you get everything right!

Step 2: The ribbon

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You'll need:

- a blue-greyish leather or other piece of fabic about 3-3.5cm high and long enough to fit around your neck.
- white bias tape (2x lenght of your blue fabric)
- white fabric marker to create the pattern (mine was actually a 3d contur effect maker <3)
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Step 1:

Glue the white bias tape onto the back side of your colored fabric. Be sure to let it overlap a bit so you can see the white thin stripe from the front (pic4).

Step 2:

Let's paint!
I recreated the pattern from the original design and will use this as help.

*If you would like to have the pattern feel free to ask me

Step 3:

I clipped a jewelry piece (pic7/8) onto each short end of the choker ribbon by using a pair of tongs and to have smooth edges and be able to close everthing later on(pic9).
you should be able to get these pieces from ebay or you jewelry and beads shop.

Step 3: The brooche

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to do the brooche of the choker I created a 3d model of it and printed it (via shapeways.com)

I am offering this printed brooche part for sale - 13€+shipping!

Besides, you'll need:

- a pin
- a print out of either the bird or the cage
- glue
- silver/metallic permanent marker
- a glas cabochon/gem stone 30x40mm
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Step 1:

painted the brooche with silver permanent marker,twice.pic3

Step 2:

glued the print out into the dried brooche and used some simple crafting transparent glue to coat it 3-4 times. pic5

Step 3:

using jewelr transparent glue to fix the glas gem into the piece and secure it.pic6

Step 4: Ribbon+brooche

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I superglued the jewelry pin onto the back of the brooche to be able to attache it to the chokers fabric

Step 5: Finished choker of Elziabeth from Bioshock Infinite

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There you go! The choker is done! :3

Cosplay photos will follow soon...hopefully :D
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For more cosplay and WIP related stuff check out my other instructables ot visit me on facebook via Kion Cosplay .

You can also find me on tumblr via Kion designs

Have fun creating stuff!


This is so good! What did you use to clasp it together? Like a chain or something and I would love it if you also showed us hot to do it :D
Kion Designs (author)  AnneValkyrie22 days ago

Hello Anne,
thx for your question. I added a few more photos to STEP 2 to show you how I solved the problem of being able to close the choker. hope this is helpful enough :)

Kion Designs (author) 1 year ago

thx so much. to all of you <3

Awesome!

Beautiful!!
kevenr171 year ago

Nice!! Good Job!!