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Coolest Homemade Human Picnic Costume 2

by Jennifer
(Orlando, FL)

Homemade Human Picnic Costume

Homemade Human Picnic Costume

This Human Picnic Idea came to me browsing through Wal-Mart. As a college student without a lot of money I saw an inexpensive set of ketchup and mustard squeeze bottles. I bought two plastic red bowls for the bikini top and cut holes in the tops and sides. Simple white string was weaved through the holes and tie just like a bathing suit.

I used a label maker to write {ALL YOU}{CAN EAT} on the bowls. The skirt was made of red and white checkered fabric (I suppose you could also use a REAL table cloth too). I left it as a square and cut a circle the size of my waist. My big hips kept it in place but you could also pin and/or tuck it into a pair of shorts.

Black magic marker or black face crayons were used to create a line of marching ants up one leg, around my waist and then down the opposite arm.

The ketchup and mustard bottles were filled with water and soda (I was underage at the time, but you could do this with liquor). I tied the white string around the caps and tied it to my hip. It was a HUGE hit!

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Great Idea
by: Winnie

That was a great idea!

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Coolest Picnic Table Costume 5

by Jacqueline M.
(Hinsdale, IL)

Homemade Picnic Table Costume

Homemade Picnic Table Costume

Grace, a nine-year-old, is wearing a creative but easy to assemble picnic table Halloween costume! The materials needed for this costume were bought for less than fifty dollars and the assemble time only took two hours.

The materials needed are as follows: a large piece of Styrofoam, a picnic basket, a white and red checkered picnic table cloth, fake play food, kitchen utensils, super glue, and whatever other d├ęcor you would like to add to spice up the costume. I bought the play food at a toy store and used plastic plates and utensils from home. I also used empty pop cans and candy bars from home. Cut a hole in a Styrofoam rectangle for the head, and rest the Styrofoam on shoulders. Dress the Styrofoam in a picnic tablecloth and super glue utensils and decor to the table. Cut a hole in a picnic basket and put it over the head.

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So Cute!
by: Anonymous

Grace looks adorable!

Terrific costume for any kid!!
by: Anonymous

Definitely the coolest Halloween costume! What a creative mom!

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