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Coolest Homemade Ipod Dancers Costume

by Kelly Mead
(Durham, NC, USA)

Ipod Dancers

Ipod Dancers

We decided to dress up as Ipod dancers. One day I was in the store and saw the Itunes gift card and noticed the Ipod dancers on the card. I thought it would be a neat idea to look like the silhouettes dancing in the Ipod commercials and on the gift cards. We dressed in all black and accented our costumes with colorful accessories to help our silhouette stand out. We made large Ipods and danced around the entire night. Several people commented on our costume and recognized what we were. As you can see one dancer used red to accentuate her costume. The other Ipod dancer used blue colors to accent the costume. Each of us wore converse shoes because we felt it would also add to the costume. We painted our faces black and tied bandanas around our head. We had a lot of fun with this costume and hope that others enjoy it as well.

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Coolest Homemade iPod Couple Costume 5

by Kristine S.
(Chicago)

Homemade iPod Couple Costume

Homemade iPod Couple Costume

This Homemade iPod Couple Costume is actually from a few years ago, but we still get compliments on it. We made them out of foam rubber, folded in half and stitched up the sides and cut out a hole in the top for our heads. I designed the front and backs of the iPods in PowerPoint on my computer, and then printed it off at Kinkos on really large paper which I then glued with a glue gun to the foam rubber.

Then we got white plastic colanders for the ear buds, covered them in foil and tied them together with yarn. A lot of people looked at the colanders and then laughed when they realized they were the ear buds.

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Coolest Homemade iPod and Earbuds Costume 6

by Miranda
(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Homemade iPod and Earbuds Costume

Homemade iPod and Earbuds Costume

If your little one is a music fan, or is used to seeing you attached to your iPod, you may want to re-consider throwing away the box when your next package arrives.

With a little paint, minimal artistic talent and a few supplies you will find around your home, you can easily create a Homemade iPod and Earbuds Costume for your budding music buddy.

Supplies you will need:

Medium-sized cardboard box
Red and gray paint (the Livos Salis finger paints can be diluted with a little water to make them paintbrush accessible)
Box cutter
Poster board
Rubber cement or glue
Plastic wrap
Tape

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cool
by: Anonymous

cool

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Coolest Homemade Sexy Ipod Costume 4

by Andrea W,
(Grand Blanc, MI )

Homemade Sexy Ipod Costume

Homemade Sexy Ipod Costume

For this Homemade Sexy Ipod Costume for my daughter (who loves her Ipod more than anything), I sewed a form-fitting black satin mini dress. Then I designed the Ipod screen on my computer (complete with the song "Give it To Me" by Timbaland, per her request) and printed it off on iron-on transfer paper.

I ironed it onto white fabric and then used white fabric to create a click wheel. I sewed both onto the dress and covered them with clear plastic to make it more realistic. On the back of the costume, right on her lower back, was the bright white apple icon.

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oh my
by: Anonymous

You made this for your DAUGHTER and let her walk around in a sign that says give it to me. Total "cool mom" move.

huh.
by: Anonymous

yeah. wow. nice positioning of the iPod clicker, "mom"...

Get a life
by: Anonymous

Its a cute costume. Lets get real there are way worse things girls dress up as for Halloween. The two post above need to get a life.

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Coolest iPod Earbuds Costumes 3

Right and Left, standing on the wrong sides!

Right and Left, standing on the wrong sides!

This year, my boyfriend and I went as iPod earbud headphones. We were connected by a cable and even played music out of a portable speaker mounted inside, so we were really authentic. We were a hit everywhere we went, because we were able to provide music to people standing in line at the bar and at house parties. The costumes were constructed from hoola hoops, fabric and LOTS of duct tape.

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duct tape
by: Anonymous

duct tape for?

awesome!
by: Anonymous

awesome! it would be cooler though if you had an mp3 player or ipod or whatever

amazing
by: Anonymous

These look pretty fabulous. I want to try this for Halloween so bad. I'm just a little baffled by how you did the head piece? How is it secured at the back? It would be great if you would let me know, or else I'll have to get really creative...and that doesn't always end up the greatest. Just curious, where did you get this idea from? It's so nifty! THANKS :)

HOW?!
by: Anonymous

Does anyone know how to make this?! Me and my cousin want to do this for Halloween this year but we're not exactly sure how!!!

how to make this...
by: A crafty mama

this is not my costume, great idea though! For all of you wondering how this is made, I'm assuming and going by how I would make it... The head pieces are made out of (2) hula hoops each (=4 total for both); I'm assuming the duct tape was used to connect the two hula hoops together- wrapping the duct tape around the top and half way down the sides- this will able it to sit on your shoulders on its own. It looks like they used spray painted cardboard for the middles (probably attached with white duct tape) and just cut a hole out for their heads.
As for the rest of this costume; white shirts with the R and L painted on, white boxers and tights or white pants would work, and a white cord or rope attaching the two of you together!
Hope this helps anyone trying to make this costume:) Very cute

ipod costume
by: helen

I would love to make this outfit. Could you give me more of the directions. How did the iPods stay up

(:
by: another crafty momma

I LOVE IT!

Help
by: Nia

So I'm trying to make this costume for my school's spirit week and I have the duct tape, hula hoops and everything but is there an alternative for the fabric?

<3
by: Tonnii

Great idea.. well done teehee <3

Help
by: Anonymous

how do u make the head of this?? cant figure it out.

this is amazing
by: bobocotoy

wow, those are great costumes! please put a link or instructions on how to make them! :D

instructions
by: Anonymous

any way we can get instructions on how you made it? love it!

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Coolest Homemade iPod Shadow Dancers Costumes 7

by Robyn B,.
(Chicago, IL)

Homemade iPod Shadow Dancers Costumes

Homemade iPod Shadow Dancers Costumes

These are really homemade iPod Shadow Dancers costumes! The costumes consisted of poster board, face paint, iPods and rhythm!

We had so much fun with this. It appears an easy task but it took a while to make. Oh, by the way, the poster board is being held on by shoulder straps, which pass through holes punched in the board.

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Woah! So cool!
by: Anonymous

I like that...I am DESPERATE for a costume!

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Coolest Homemade iPod Costumes 9

by Erika
(Pulaski, TN)

Homemade iPod Costumes

Homemade iPod Costumes

This was definitely the best Halloween ever! I made these Homemade iPod Costumes for me and my boyfriend because I wanted it to be something original!

In the end we WON the costume contest as the Funniest Costume! We had so much fun, because that's something that nobody would expect us to wear. Hope you enjoy it!

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help
by: Ashly

how did you make this??

instructions
by: Anonymous

Please tell me how you made these.

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