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Coolest Homemade iPod Kids Costume Idea 12

by Sal
(Missisauga, Ontario, Canada)

Homemade iPod Kids Costume Idea

Homemade iPod Kids Costume Idea

Homemade iPod Kids Costume Idea
Homemade iPod Kids Costume Idea

I would like to submit my Homemade iPod Kids Costume Idea I made for my 10 yr old son. However it actually is basically a real working iPod. It plays music and the screen lights up which I hope you can see on the video and pictures. The music playing during the video was coming from the costume. I put a pair of iPod speakers inside the costume and plugged in my son’s iPod so we had music playing all night when we went trick or treating. I also installed and LCD light to the back of the screen so the screen was lit up all night.

I have to admit that I was really proud about this costume. Every house we went to, I could hear the people say, Oh that’s the best costume ever! Even the other kids trick or treating were saying that costume is sick, it’s so cool. I don’t want to be boastful, since I am not that kind of person, but I really was proud seeing my son have a great time Halloween night. The smile on his face when he dawned the costume was priceless and that’s all that counts!

Here's the the video of the costume:


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Very Impressive!
by: Anonymous

Awesome costume! The lit-up screen and music is very impressive. This i-pod definitely gets my vote for coolest DIY Halloween costume - it's current, creative and fun!

WOW!
by: Alina

Probably the coolest costume ive ever seen... amazing work. love the originality and the way you made it look exactly like a real ipod with the apple sign, the lit up screen and the music! amazing costume idea!

SICK
by: Anonymous

sick yo sick!

Question
by: Fiona

Can you tell me how you did the light for the screen?

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Coolest Homemade iPod Costume 10

by Marissa
(Trabuco canyon, California, USA)

Homemade iPod Costume

Homemade iPod Costume

My costume "The IPOD!" is a very technical costume. I am sorry it is backwards as it was taken in the mirror. The "headphones" play REAL music because I hooked them up to speakers inside of them. I took a medium/small box, cut holes for my arms and head and left the bottom open for my legs.

I put baby blue paper all over the box to cover it. Then I cut out a "screen", picked one of my favorite songs, and put all the details that a real iPod would have. The battery sign, the time that is left, the hold button on top, the apple sign on back... I made it look realistic.

The headphones were made of rope and a cup covered in tape. Then I put the portable speakers inside of the tape covered cup so it doesn't look like a cup. You can even add the hold button on top and the apple sign in the back. Then add details and enjoy everyone staring at your awesome Halloween homemade iPod costume!

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Awesome!
by: Anonymous

This is awesome! Thats so cool how the "headphones" can play real music! :D

woah
by: Haley

That is soooooooo cool. how long did it take you to make that?

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Coolest Homemade iPod Commercial Halloween Costume Idea 11

by Vaughn D
(NW Iowa)

Homemade iPod Commercial Halloween Costume Idea

Homemade iPod Commercial Halloween Costume Idea

Homemade iPod Commercial Halloween Costume Idea
Homemade iPod Commercial Halloween Costume Idea

I did find this done before on the interwebs, but I tried to take it to a more realistic level. The classic iPod commercials were genius - and really gave the iPod a brand.

For this homemade iPod commercial Halloween costume idea, I basically used heavy black stage makeup, dressed in black clothes with white accents, found an old classic iPod, and attached green posterboard to my back. I stuck an Apple logo sticker on the poster and on my chest, spray painted my hair with temporary spray dye, and posed!

One picture uploaded was more candid, and the other was the official costume 'posed' shot - neither are manipulated whatsoever - the quality difference is due only to one being taken from a phone, and the other from a professional digital camera.

Two days later I'm still trying to get it out of my ears and from under my fingernails - but it was worth it!

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