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Beetlejuice Family Costume
by Stephanie
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Beetlejuice Family Costume
by Stephanie

Beetlejuice Family Costume

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Beetlejuice Family Costume

Our 2014 family portraits (Photo by Tidy Photography)

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Photo #1 - Our 2014 family portraits  (Photo by Tidy Photography) Photo #2 - Beetlejuice!  (Photo by Tidy Photography) Photo #3 - Lydia (Photo by Tidy Photography) Photo #4 - My husband and I as Barbara and Adam Maitland (Photo by Tidy Photography) Photo #5 - My kids Trick of Treating (Photo by Boomerang Photography)
Costume type:  Costumes for Families
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Movie and TV Show Costumes

This homemade costume for families entered our 2014 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Stephanie, the 'Beetlejuice Family' costume creator:

My family loves Halloween and finding costumes that all relate to one another (Alice in Wonderland, super heroes, policeman and prisoners, etc...) Beetlejuice seemed like a tough but awesome family costume to try to pull off for 2014.

Barbara and Adam (my husband and me): I asked a sculptor friend with to help me with the masks. She used chicken wire, paper mache, paint, ping pong balls, elastic straps and a few other things she had lying around her studio. They were the perfect way to top off our pretty simple outfits (mostly things we had in our own closets and a handful of ping pong balls for finger eyeballs).

Lydia (my ten year old daughter): My daughter found random black pieces of her wardrobe to put together with Lydia. Although the character doesn't wear stripes, we loved the little add-on of the striped leggings (and finger less gloves) for a little homage to Beetlejuice.

Beetlejuice (my 5.5 year old son): bought white suit, painted stripes on it with screen printing ink. Spend a chunk of my afternoon rubbing the pristine white and black clean suit in my yard, probably alarming my neighbors (luckily no one tried to have me committed despite how insane I must have looked). Wig was purchased and I tried my hand at make up. It turned out pretty good... especially for never having done make up like this before! Used white school glue and toilet paper to blend the wig and my son's skin together. A little green eyeliner for the mold... voila! There he was!

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