First draw a design pattern to build your glove this guide uses pictures from several different gloves I've made. Remember for each movie there is a different glove. This pattern is for the 5th glove
You can buy a "do-it-yourself" blade set from www. Knifegloves.com, or make your own as follows.
Buy four cheap dollar stainless steel knives, use the cut out pattern of your blade to make sure you bought the right one.
Grind the knives into shape. On every glove I've made I found that this is the hardest part, you can simply buy them if you choose.
Cut the cooper sheet into the shape with the scissors and the blueprint cut-outs. The backplate can be copper or to be more movie-accurate, it could be brass
Shape the fingers by using a broom stick and your rubber hammer.
The final shape should fit your fingers.
On the tip of the fingers, make sure the tips are rounded and not flat
Test your drilled holes, trust the diagram you created.
The five fingers should match the holes on the backplate, make sure all the holes align for the rivets
Testing the blades, the inner round part should match the shape of the finger tip.
Cut stripes of copper and solder them to the bottom finger pieces
Another hard step is the soldering of the stainless steel. Here the steel has to be heated more than the copper. Make sure you heat the steel/copper, and not the solder.
Test your pieces on the glove in case any adjustments need to be made.
The solder does not have to be clean and even, rough look is better
Use the rivets to hold the lower parts of the fingers to the backplate.
The glove could be any desired color, use the sand paper to give a rough look to the leather
To make it look more rough burn the globe with the propane torch, not too much just give it a crispy look
Rivet the upper part of the fingers
And finally rivet everything to the glove, make the holes on the glove according to your test fits. You are done!