Sassy, sultry, yet utterly all-American, the San Francisco-based Devil-Ettes put on a kid-friendly, wickedly wild, high-energy show featuring historical dances from the heyday of 1960s go-go, including the Hully Gully, the Twist, the Frug, and the Watusi. They’ve also perfected the art of making devil horns.
Step #1: Next
- Measure an equal amount of clay for each horn.
- By hand, roll clay into 2 balls.
- Then, form into cones.
- Make the ends pointy and bend them in, forming horns.
Step #2: Next
- Stand horns upon the flat ends.
- Then insert a toothpick through each base, to allow for the elastic cord(this is what keeps them on your head!).
- Allow horns to dry for 2-3 days.
- After they're set (about 1 day), rotate the toothpicks daily.
Step #3: Next
- Pour glue into a dish.
- Holding the horn by the toothpick, paint the horn with glue, then dip it into glitter.
- Let dry, and then add another coat of glue and glitter to make sure the horn is extra sparkly.
- Once drying is complete, remove toothpicks.
- Thread a darning needle with enough elastic to go around your head.
- Insert threaded needle into horns.
- Pull the elastic through, and tie off the ends.
- Wear your horns and go-go with The Devil-Ettes!