A fun, homemade bubble bath costume! It's a unique and creative idea that will surely surprise all your friends!! My costume was made from scratch and barely cost me anything. I decided to go with pillow fluff for a more sudsy look.
First I got a cardboard box and I covered it with tape and spray painted it white then I began to hot glue gun the pillow fluff onto the box and I used a strapless white top and glued the pillow fluff onto the top.
I made the shower from a piece of wood I had laying around and a hanger wire and a tin bowl my grandfather had for the shower head. The rest is up to you! You can put little duckies (which I bought for 50cents each) on your tub or even put a bar of soap. To make it look even more realistic you can even wet your hair or put it up in shower cap or a towel wrap.
I got so many compliments on this costume and everyone loved it, not only can it be sexy but it can also be appropriate for a family party!
My boyfriend and I went as Bath Time Fun Couple Costume for Halloween! I was a loofah and my boyfriend went as my “loofah user!”
I made my costume with a cheap tube dress/swimsuit cover up from Target, 15 yards of tulle, safety pins and a white rope from the curtain department at a craft store. I cut the tulle into 12x12 squares, gathered all the corners of the square and safety pinned all the corners together to the dress in rows. I put the sections of tulle close together and made it really puffy. It took me, all together, about 4 hours to make the loofah costume.
It was a cold October night and we were planning on walking around a lot so I put a long sleeve black shirt and black leggings on and it made the green really stand out. I also tied some leftover tulle to a bobby pin and put it in my hair.
My boyfriend's costume was a last minute idea! He wore a bathrobe and a shower cap!
We got a ton of compliments and had a GREAT time!!
My son wanted a Homemade Space Shuttle Halloween Costume. Space Shuttle? Don’t you mean an astronaut? --No, he corrected me, THE Space Shuttle. So here is the Enterprise—made with a diaper box and a few other boxes cut to fit, including an oatmeal box cut in half for the engine housing.
Other than that I used lots of white silver and black duct tape, painted plastic cups for the engines, and used old shiny wrapping paper for the flames. The hardest part was finding the right fonts for the logos. Of course he already had the space pajamas. Another day he wore this with an orange jacket that I made look like a space suit with labels and a tinfoil ring around his neck (where one would screw on the bubble helmet, I suppose). Stick in on with suspenders and you’re set to go!
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