Captain Marvel is Earth's Mightiest HERo. To celebrate this amazing character and the release of CAPTAIN MARVEL on Digital and Blu-ray, I made some fun Captain Marvel jewelry that you can make at home!
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DIY Captain Marvel Jewelry tutorial at the bottom of this post. Grab the image here.
Check out some of the great bonus material you will find on the Captain Marvel release!
Blu-ray & Digital:
- Alternate Movie Versions
- Movie with Intro – An introduction by directors/screenwriters Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck.
- Movie with Commentary – Commentary by directors/screenwriters Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck.
- Becoming a Super Hero – Follow Brie Larson's journey as she joins the MCU, and see what it takes to be a Marvel Super Hero in every sense of the word.
- Big Hero Moment – Explore how impactful Captain Marvel's entrance into the MCU is, and how she inspires audiences around the world.
- The Origin of Nick Fury – Witness some of the MCU’s most significant events through Nick Fury's eyes, and see how his influence helped shape the MCU.
- The Dream Team – Discover why Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck are the perfect pair to direct Marvel Studios’ most powerful hero.
- The Skrulls and the Kree – Take a deeper look into the Skrulls and the Kree, their ongoing conflict, and the importance of shifting perspectives in the film.
- Hiss-sterical Cat-titude – The cast and crew dish on working with Goose and the raw talent it takes to portray such a complex character on-screen.
- Deleted Scenes
- “Who Do You Admire Above All Others?” – Kree Commander Yon-Rogg must answer to the Supreme Intelligence, who questions his leadership ability.
- Starforce Recruits – Yon-Rogg lectures a roomful of students on the Kree's mission to defend all nations from the scourge of the Skrulls.
- Heading to Torfa – Vers (Danvers) and her fellow Starforce members banter as they prepare for their rescue mission to Torfa.
- “What, No Smile?” – In this alternate version of a scene from the movie, Vers is consulting a map when she receives a dubious offer of assistance.
- Black Box – Keller attempts to track Vers and Fury after their escape in a quadjet from the Joint USAFA Facility.
- Rookie Mistake – Novice S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Phil Coulson helps Director Keller out of an embarrassing situation.
- Gag Reel – The fate of the universe hangs in the balance as the cast battles props, flubs and Flerkens in these outtakes from the set.
- Journey into Visual Effects with Victoria Alonso – Experience how filmmakers' visions of the MCU come to life on-screen through the skill of the Visual Effects team.
- What Makes a Memory: Inside the “Mind Frack” – What does it take to craft an action-packed sequence for a Marvel Studios film? Nothing short of an epic team effort!
- Concept Art – Explore artwork from “Captain Marvel” and trace the visual development of characters.
- On-Set Images – Uncover a trove of behind-the-scenes and production photography.
Enter to win Captain Marvel
What you will need
- Preheat oven or toaster to 300 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with Parchment paper and set aside.
- Print the Captain Marvel image on the Shrink Film paper. I used my Cricut Maker as a Print and Cut file (Complex settings, see notes for cut settings) You will need to resize and position the image. Just remember that they pieces will shrink to 50% the size.
- Cut the images from the Shrink Film Paper. Punch a hole in the marked area. You MUST do this before baking.
- Place the pieces on your prepared baking sheet. Make sure they are not touching each other and won't if they start to curl.
- Place in the oven for 1-2 minutes. Open to see if your design curled. It it did, take a flat spatula and flatten the design and heat an additional minute.
- Sand any sharp edges or excess plastic from the design. I used a nail file.
- Allow to cool before applying the dimensional magic. Heat will cause it to crack. Flood the medium over the design. Use a toothpick to pop any bubbles and clear the whole so you can put the jump ring on.
- Allow to dry for 24 hours or until the medium is completely hard. You'll be tempted to touch and feel but don't until at least 3 hours. The medium hardens slowly and you will leave fingerprints in the design.
- Once your design is complete use the jump rings to secure your design to the earrings and chain. I used gold to match the star.
- 350 Pressure
- 4x multicut
- More pressure
- Fine point blade