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Coolest Homemade Six Pack of Busch Group Costume 8

by Sarah P.
(Ames, Iowa)

Homemade Six Pack of Busch Group Costume

Homemade Six Pack of Busch Group Costume

Every year we try and impress our college campus with an original and unexpected costume for Halloween. This year we got the idea to make ourselves a Homemade Six Pack of Busch Group Costume. Our entire costume cost under $10 a piece, a steal compared to those who spend over fifty for a crappy costume.

We used a plain black garbage bag and held it around our bodies while another person wrapped duct tape around us so the outfit was form fitting. The first layer of duct tape was just to make sure it was tight, the second layer was to make it smoother looking. Then we cut the duct tape dress down the side, added another couple inches to the side and attached Velcro so we were able to re-use the costume (and able to use the bathroom).

Then we put a row of duct tape at the top and the bottom and cut a slit in the back so it was easier to walk. The first few tries went a little badly, but we got them right on the third try and they took about an hour or less to make each one. The girls that weren't working on the dresses were creating pop-tab jewelry. We each had a set of earrings, a bracelet, and a necklace, all made of pop-tabs and very thin wire.

Our costumes were a big hit. Everywhere we went people loved them! They are going to be hard to top for next year.

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LOVEE THEMM!!
by: BLOSSOM,TEXAS

I LOVE THEM!! ME AND MY GIRLS ARE SO GONNA TRY THIS, THIS YEAR EXCEPT WITH COORS LIGHT!!* :)

Question
by: Anonymous

How did you pee?!!?!

Labels
by: Anonymous

How did you put the labels on? We were thinking clear packing tape. Also, where did you get your large beer labels from? Are they from a beer box?

velcro?
by: Anonymous

How did you girls attach the Velcro to the sides??! :)
soo cute btw

busch
by: Anonymous

hey, can you let us know how to get the "Busch" onto the dress? thats where i'm a little confused

busch light labels??
by: Anonymous

How did u get busch light labels??

Busch logo
by: Emily

@Anonymous--they probably printed the Busch logo off the Internet, and then enlarged it. Is that right?

ANSWER TO WHERE THE LABEL CAME FROM
by: Anonymous

I would guess that they cut out the side of a 12 pack box and taped it on. With duct tape. :)

Reply to the logo Qs
by: Anonymous

We cut the logo off of actual boxes and taped them on

Velcro
by: Anonymous

How did you attach the Velcro?

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Coolest Homemade Bud Light and Golden Wheat Couple Costume 12

by Dusti K.
(Michigan)

Homemade Bud Light and Golden Wheat Couple Costume

Homemade Bud Light and Golden Wheat Couple Costume

Homemade Bud Light and Golden Wheat Couple Costume
Homemade Bud Light and Golden Wheat Couple Costume
Homemade Bud Light and Golden Wheat Couple Costume

We have watched the Bud Light and Golden Wheat commercials on ESPN for a long long time. This year when we were discussing what costumes we were going to do we thought about it for a while. I like to make costumes rather than buy them and I was looking online at ideas for homemade costumes. However the one that we always came back to was the Bud Light and Golden Wheat.

This Homemade Bud Light and Golden Wheat Couple Costume was a perfect idea because we are in college and we always have a ton of parties to go to and we were very excited to show them off we also only drink Bud Light. I got almost everything for the costume at Hobby Lobby and a few things at Walmart. The Bud Light bottle was made of brown fabric and puffy paint. I made every inch of the logo front and back. The wheat was a little harder, we live in Michigan so on Halloween it is colder so I could not just wear wheat. I decided to make a skirt and wear a shirt. The skirt is made of all wheat and the ribbon around it like in the commercials.

I tried to do everything as close to the commercials as possible. Hope you enjoy our costume! We had a blast and Halloween this year was the BEST!

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Coolest Homemade Corona Bottle with Salt and Lime Group Halloween Costume 13

by Sofia M.
(So EL Monte, CA)

Homemade Corona Bottle with Salt and Lime Group Halloween Costume

Homemade Corona Bottle with Salt and Lime Group Halloween Costume

This homemade Corona Bottle with Salt and Lime Group Halloween costume was an awesome idea. It only started with the bottle, but when I had leftover material I came up with my lime and salt shaker. All was made with foam used for couch cushions.

I have to say my thumb did hurt after I finished. I basically sewed everything by hand, that was the most time consuming. My brother drew my beer label. Lets just say "I won" the contest. The company I work for had a company picnic for Halloween. Costume was comfortable and easy to wear.

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Coolest Coors Light Costumes 15

by Kari
(Iowa)

Homemade Coors Light Costumes

Homemade Coors Light Costumes

Our Homemade Coors Light Costumes were made of simply duct tape!! We first rapped ourselves in clear sticky kitchen wrap then put original silver duct tape over top with blue painter tap. Out lined it, was all topped off with the cover of a Coors Light 6 pack and tada, you are a Coors Light bottle!

Don't forget to keep your legs apart while applying the costume for restroom use! It was a very fun but sweaty costume! Stay true and drink Coors all night!

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liked
by: devina

I liked your idea and hope my bf will too... he likes Coors. :)

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Coolest Saint Patricks Day Beer Mug Costume 17

by Chakira G.
(New Bedford, MA, USA)

Coolest Saint Patricks Day Beer Mug Costume 17

Coolest Saint Patricks Day Beer Mug Costume 17

The beer mug is a blow up cooler. I cut the bottom of the cooler and put it on, then blew it up and dressed to match. Cheap, fun n easy, costs approx $5 at iparty for the cooler.

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