While it hasn’t made quite as big a splash as Guardians of the Galaxy at the box office, Big Hero 6 has been a big hit with audiences since its release, garnering the franchise a new batch of fans who might not have ever read the original Marvel comic.
With characters who go from being small time nerds to big heroes, characters who are each totally amazing in their own way, it's no wonder artists and crafters immediately went out and made their own Big Hero 6 themed stuff after watching this amazing animated feature!
Here’s a small yet mighty collection of Big Hero 6 themed do-it-yourself craft projects:
1. Big Hero 6 corner bookmarks-
These Baymax, Fred and Hiro shaped corner bookmarks will help you remember where you left off in your favorite book, and they'll look cute while they hang around waiting for you to finish reading.
2. Stuffed Sock Baymax-
Baymax is the large and fluffy runaway star of the film, so it you're gonna make a Baymax toy you gotta go plush! In this easy sewing tutorial a white sock was used to create a perfectly huggable little Baymax plush kids will love!
3. Tadashi Hamada t-shirt tutorial-
Tadashi is the older of the two Hamada brothers and the inventor of Baymax, but he's also one totally stylin' dude. Here's a tutorial that teaches you how to make Tadashi's signature shirt, so you can complete his heroic look!
What kid wouldn't be super excited and surprised to open their lunchbox and discover a Baymax shaped sandwich waiting inside for them?! This cute Baymax bento is easy to put together, and just as fun to look at as it is to eat!
5. Baymax ornament-
Wanna hang with Baymax this holiday season? Make your own Baymax head ornament and let him hang around your tree ready to serve! Really, he just sits there? Well, at least he looks cute!
6. Baymax cupcakes-
Baymax is all white and fluffy, just like a marshmallow or the frosting on a cupcake, so he's the perfect bot to base a batch of cupcakes on!
7. How to draw Baymax-
Here's a fun tutorial that teaches you how to draw that big, lovable bot Baymax in eight easy steps. You may have to put away your crafty side and pull out your artsy side for this one, but don't worry- it's a lot easier than you think!
8. Baymax bandage tin-
Baymax is full of hot air, and he needs to keep that air from leaking out of his bubbly body any way he can, which usually means adhesive bandages and scotch tape. This tutorial shows you how to convert an old Altoids tin into a Baymax themed bandage tin, for when you spring a leak...
9. Baymax costume-
Wanna dress up as Baymax 2.0, the rough and tough ultra version of the original Baymax bot? Check out this fun tutorial and get your Baymax cosplay on!
10. Origami Baymax head-
The Japanese influence on the film makes origami a very appropriate artform for capturing the essence of the movie, and bringing Baymax, or his head anyway, to life!
Crafting is fun for everyone, and costs way less than seeing the movie over and over again, so why not try your hand at one of these fun do it yourself projects and bring the Big Hero 6 cast to your house!