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How to Make Naruto Gloves
The title character in the anime series "Naruto" is famous for his signature headband and gloves. The kohona spirals on the metal plates of his gear represent the leaf village clan, Naruto's family clan. Whether you're gearing up as Naruto for Halloween or a cosplay event, these key accessories are a must. Fortunately, you don't have to shell out the cash for commercial gloves. You can make them at home with items you already own.
Cut off the last inch or so of each of the fingers in your gloves. Rub some fray-stop glue around the edges of each cut to prevent your gloves from coming unraveled. You can get fray-stop glue at craft stores. Let the gloves dry overnight.
Cut the top and bottom from an aluminum beverage can with a utility knife. Slice the resulting cylinder down the side and flatten out your aluminum rectangle. Cut the rectangle into two 3-by-1-inch rectangles with your tin snips.
Round off the corners on each rectangle with your tin snips. Rub the edge of a pencil over the edges of each rectangle to curl them slightly and make them less sharp.
Draw the kohona leaf clan spiral on each silver rectangle with a pencil. Cut the spiral out with a utility knife. You may use a picture reference from a piece of manga or a DVD set.
Glue one rectangle to the back of each glove with fabric glue. Make sure to press down on the edges so the rectangles seal to the gloves. Pull the palms of the gloves away from the backs of the gloves to make sure any glue that seeps through the gloves doesn't seal them closed.
Snip the fasteners from the backs of eight brass fastener brads. Paint the brads silver and let them dry for an hour. Glue one brad to each corner of each rectangle. Let the gloves dry overnight.