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DIY Ghost Rider Costume

DIY Ghost Rider Costume

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Photo #1 - Ghost Rider Photo #2 - Ghost Rider

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Costume type:  Costumes for Boys
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for boys entered our 2016 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Denise, the 'Ghost Rider' costume creator:

My grandson wanted to be Ghost Rider. He liked the character on a lego video game and asked me if I could make it. I said I'll try!!! So here it is!!

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#1 comment by Bren July 23, 2017

Love it how did u do the skull flames ? What a GREAT job

#2 comment by Dani August 15, 2017

How did you do the flames! It looks amazing!

#3 comment by Melinda carpenter August 19, 2017

How did u do the flames?

#4 comment by Crystal September 6, 2017

How did you do the flames?

#5 comment by Jamie Holmes September 8, 2017

How did you make this? My son wants to be Ghostrider for Halloween and I can't find a child costume for him. This is awesome and he would love it

#6 comment by Marcy September 14, 2017

My son would love this costume!! How did you make the flames on the mask?

#7 comment by Benjamin and mom Regina September 15, 2017

Hi, same question how did you make the flames? Great job!

#8 comment by Brooke Britt September 22, 2017

I am tryin to duplicate this costume for my son for Halloween. Where did you get the skull mask and how did you do the flames. Looks Amazing

#9 comment by Denise Rodriguez September 22, 2017

First I want to appologize for not posting, I have moved to a different state, finally alomost settled in. I bought a skull mask. I cut slits at the top and glued, using a glue gun (very time consuming) 2 pieces of yellow photo plastic together, just the top. I colored the ends of the photo plastic orange with a orange sharpie. Then I sewed the photo paper, I made tabs, to the mask. Inserted very tiny lights with a small battery pack. Wish I could show an image. Hope this helps.

#10 comment by Kevin September 29, 2017

Awesome costume! Where did you purchase this photo plastic?

#11 comment by Denise Rodriguez September 29, 2017

Grafix Clear-Lay Assorted Colors they come in single sheets, but use this search.

https://www.dickblick.com/products/grafix-clear-lay-assorted-colors/

#12 comment by Jolene October 17, 2017

Denise, you are saving my life right now. My four year old wants to be Ghost Rider this year.

#13 comment by Anna Garcia October 21, 2017

Is the paper just thick or do you do something to make it stand up ? And you just glues them all over top of skull and then just glued lights on it ?

#14 comment by shelana October 21, 2017

This is awesome. My 6yo asked to be ghost rider and I panicked!! Thanks for sharing!!!

#15 comment by Denise Rodriguez October 21, 2017

The paper is thick, and I sandwich 2 pieces together (hot glue) and just insert the lights in between. I made tabs at the bottom of the flames to attach to the skull.

#16 comment by Danielle October 28, 2017

How much of the photo plastic did you use?

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