Step 1: Materials
Gorilla and or Duct tape
Aluminum Foil tape
Roll of Aluminum Foil
Led light string
Lars Scanner kit (optional)
Strips of material for straps
Hot glue gun
Step 2: The Build Part One
Next, carefully cut out the circles and using your same method cut out a center circle to fit your little aliens waist. Mine had a radius of 5 inches.
Cut a strip of cardboard approximately 3 inches tall and long enough to go all the way around your inner circle. This will determine the height of your ship. Using duct tape attach the spacer strip to the bottom disc.
Now cut the top disc into two halves. This will allow you to slightly curve them inward making a cone shape. Sorry I don't have a picture of this step but I'm sure you can figure it out or just score the cardboard enough to make it work. Duct tape the ends together in just a few spots. You will need to take them apart again to install the lights.
Step 3: The Build Part Two
Next wrap your UFO in tin foil the best you can. I would tape one end of a piece down and cover over it with another. Clear scotch tape takes care of the seams and the aluminum foil tape will trim everything else out.
Tape your control boxe(s) into the middle area where ever they fit and make sure the switch is easily accessible.
Next, measure out two pieces of material to fit your alien so that the UFO rests around their waste and cover in Aluminum foil tape. Attach any way you like. I used large staples and plenty of hot glue. Cover up any ugly spots with foil tape as needed.
I didn't like the lights just sticking up in the open, so I "procured" enough ketchup cups from the local fast food place to cover them up. I just used hot glue to secure them and they really defuse the light well.
Step 4: Finished