DIY Punny Halloween Costumes
Hey, Nerdy Peeps! Today I am bringing you two DIY punny Halloween costumes that will have everyone laughing! This post is also in collaboration with two other bloggers! Zoey at Zoey-Valuated and Dawn at DawnBlogtopus! We are giving some all the Halloween goodies for your trick or treating needs!
DIY Punny Halloween Costumes
I searched the internet for something fun and easy to be for Halloween since we are having a Halloween party at my work. I know I wanted to stick out and be different, so I looked at everything and anything I could find. That’s where I decided to be “HOLY COW”!
How To Be Holy Cow
- White shirt
- Black fabric paint
- Cow ears/halo headband
- Angel wings
Now, I am not a very good at taking pictures so, I am going to do my best to explain what I did.
Step 1 – Lay out your white shirt and put some cardboard on the inside so that the paint doesn’t bleed
Step 2 – Sketch out where you want your spots to be
Step 3 – Start filling in your spots with the black fabric paint. (I don’t recommend the black spray paint, it gets everyone – I know this from experience!)
Step 4 – Let it dry!
On most of the tutorials, I found that people were making their own halo. Well, I was not that talented and was lucky enough to find angel wings with a halo headband in the package. But, I didn’t want just a halo, I want the cow ears also. So, I went to my local Wal-mart and found cow ears with a tail and bow-tie in the children’s section.
Viola, a Holy Cow Costume!
How To Be SUPER Glue
I did not find this costume idea anywhere! It popped into my head one day when I was looking for super glue, and I thought why not make it into a superhero costume. Get it, SUPER Glue, like Superman?
No, ok let me explain what you need!
- White shirt, or any color it really doesn’t matter
- Fabric paint, pick a color that will work with the shirt color you pick
- glitter and glitter glue
- a pillowcase, or something that will work as a cape
Nope, I don’t have pictures of the process so, here are my steps!
Step 1 – Lay out your shirt with cardboard inside
Step 2 – Sketch out the words Super Glue
Step 3 – Paint over the letters (I used a sponge)
Step 4 – Lightly cover the S & G in glue and sprinkle the glitter (it’s messy so take caution)
Step 5 – When I learned the glitter got everywhere, I took glitter glue and spread it over the rest of the letters (it was way less messy!)
Step 6 – Let it dry, shake off excess glitter!
Kabaam, Super Glue!
There you have it two costumes that are for sure going to get you some laughs! I enjoyed making them even though things got messy. So, put your craft skills to work and try one or both of these out!
Which one am I going to be?
*drum roll please….**
What are you going to be for Halloween? Is it something unique like mine or something totally different!