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Coolest Homemade Head in a Freezer Halloween Costume 8

by Sandy B.
(Johns Creek, Georgia )

Homemade Head in a Freezer Halloween Costume

Homemade Head in a Freezer Halloween Costume

My daughter has always been something cute every year, and last year she wanted to be something scary! So we made her a "Homemade Head in a Freezer Halloween Costume". I got a water heater box from Home Depot. Spray painted the box white after adding a freezer shelf and pocket for frozen veggies on the freezer door. I got the "Frigidaire" logo off the internet.

The door handles are cardboard covered with silver duct tape. We saved any frozen food containers, cleaned them out and hot glued them to the shelf, including 2 ice trays. On the front of the fridge door we hot glued magnets and a "fake" childs artwork. On the side of the fridge we had a phone number list (like a lot of us have on our own fridge). I also zip tied a Halloween trick or treat bag on the back of the fridge (since she couldn't use her hands).

The make up was the fun part. I teased up her hair and applied white hair paint sparingly. And also used these cool crystals I found at the make up center of the Halloween party store which made her hair look really frozen. Once the make up was done, we put her head through the hole we had cut out in the freezer shelf. We applied the fake blood all around the white turtleneck and the shelf. And some coming out of her mouth.

I think it turned out great, she even scared some little kids in our neighborhood!!

 Head in a Freezer Halloween Costume



 Head in a Freezer Halloween Costume



 Head in a Freezer Halloween Costume

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COOL!!!!!!!!!
by: Anonymous

WOW!!! That looks great! How much did it cost?

great idea
by: April

My son told me he wanted to b something gory with blood ooozzing lol! I was looking at costumes at the store and couldn't really find anything that described what he wanted. I decided to look online for homemade gory and this was one of the first costumes to pop up. I told Richie that I had found an awesome costume and boy was he psych.We just started the project you failed to mention that spray paint soaks through the cardboard so we have to go get 4 more cans. Well thanks for the great idea I know he will win 1st place at his costume party at the bowling ally.

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Coolest Homemade Head in Freezer Costume 15

by Sherry
(Ogdensburg, Ny)

Homemade Head in Freezer Costume

Homemade Head in Freezer Costume

Homemade Head in Freezer Costume
Homemade Head in Freezer Costume

My 11 year old daughter wanted something scary for a Halloween costume. I started this Head in Freezer Costume with a hot water heater box and cut 3 sides of the top front to make the door of the freezer. I put a handle on the door and a handle on the box slightly lower for the refrigerator. I cut out poster board for the bottom of the freezer and then cut a hole in the middle for my daughter's head to go through.

My daughter colored two pictures for the front of the box and I put foam letters on the front to look like a real refrigerator. I screwed handled on the inside of the box for my daughter to hold onto. I placed white cloth on the poster board to look like ice. I rubbed white makeup on her face to make her look frozen and placed fake blood on her face. I place the poster board on her shoulders and then placed the box over her head.

She won 1st place.

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Coolest Homemade Brain Freeze Halloween Costume 16

by Steve J
(Westminster, Md)

Homemade Brain Freeze Halloween Costume

Homemade Brain Freeze Halloween Costume

For this homemade brain freeze Halloween costume I basically went with the head in the freezer costume but I added a light in order to enhance my face. People at my work absolutely loved it.

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