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Coolest Homemade Red Bull and Jager Couple Costume 4

by Jenna and Brian
(Alberta, Canada)

Homemade Red Bull and Jager Costume

Homemade Red Bull and Jager Costume

Our homemade Red Bull and Jager costumes were originally designed to be Wall-E and Eve, but upon making the Eve costume, we noticed that it looked more like a tall, slender can of Red Bull and the idea sparked from there! It was the highlight of the party! The costumes didn't take as long to make as originally anticipated.

For the can: Egg foam for bed and lots of spray paint. Once the foam was measured to size we stapled it together and taped on the guidelines to spray paint. To make things easier on ourselves we printed the logo and glued it on to save some time.

For the bottle: Cardboard, spray paint, and a print out of the bottle's label. A general frame was constructed to staple the cardboard onto so that it wouldn't flex while partying. After the frame was constructed it was spray painted to the right shade of green. Once the several pages of label were printed they were taped together and then onto the bottle. The lid was constructed from a bucket and actually has the bottle label on the top!

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LABELS
by: Anonymous

Hi, Love ur costumes such a fun idea. Was just wondering where you found the lables to print off.

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Coolest Jaeger Bomb Homemade Couple Costume 3

by Nicole
(Lansing,IL)

Jaeger Bomb Homemade Couple Costume

Jaeger Bomb Homemade Couple Costume

This is a Jaeger Bomb Homemade Couple Costume. The Red bull can was made from metallic wrapping paper hot glued to a pop up hamper with the bottom cut out. I blew up a picture of a Red Bull can and traced it on the wrapping paper. Then cut it and glued it on the can. I used a strong clear plastic for the straps. The hat was just a cardboard circle covered with more wrapping paper and a circle to fit my head.

The Jaeger bottle is craft felt cut to form a square and added straps for the shoulders. I then glued on the blown up label and covered the whole thing with plastic to make it look like glass. The hat is cardboard cut to fit around an old baseball hat with the bill cut off. Then I used green spray paint and a liner from an old cookie tin for the top.

Most items where found around the house. I think I only spent $15 for both costumes!

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Great job!
by: Anonymous

Clever costumes! Great idea on using the pop-up hamper and foil wrapping paper. They both look sensational.

Question
by: Anonymous

How did you cover it in plastic? Which kind/where did you secure it?? I'm using this for a J party!! So Cool! Thank you!

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Coolest Homemade Jager Bottle Costume

by Miss Nancy P.
(Foster City, CA)

Homemade Jager Bottle Costume

Homemade Jager Bottle Costume

For my homemade Jager bottle costume I took a box and cut out the arms and head area to my size so I could fit into it and wear it comfortably. Luckily my dad is a contractor and he was able to add chambers on the inside with the nozzles that actually dispensed Jager on the sides.

We took a black garbage bag and glued it onto the box making sure to keep it as smooth as possible while attaching to the box. We took a real Jager bottle and blew up the Label and the Government warning on the back and then glued it onto the box.

I also made a hat with construction paper that was white trimming glued to it and added the label to the top of the hat to make it look like the bottle cap. It took a few days to get this homemade jager bottle costume ready and it was cheap to make!

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Label?
by: lloyd

I was just wondering how you blew up the label? did you take in somewhere?

Label
by: Anonymous

I'm wondering the same thing about the label...does anyone know how to enlarge it?

PosteRazor
by: Anonymous

To enlarge my pics I use PosteRazor. You can get it for free. I used it with my MacBook Pro. Not sure if PC can run it.

I love it!
by: Kristen

I'm going to use your idea to make an absinthe bottle. thank you!!!

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