2014 Halloween Costume Contest!
Lego Pirates Costume
by Erick
2010 Halloween Costume Contest
Jack Sparrow - The Real & The Imposter Costume
by Viviana
2012 Halloween Costume Contest
Pirates of the Carribean Costume
by Bob
2007 Halloween Costume Contest

Homemade Pirate Costumes AND a Pirate's Ship

I am hoping that the motley crew of lil pirates below will give you an idea for Homemaking some of your own Pirates.

The Pirates here are from my 2006 Halloween Costume Contest and I believe their costumes are MOSTLY Homemade except for a few things such as the Pirates Cutless and Pirates Hat... etc. Ü

Homemade Pirate Costume for Girl

Homemade Pirate Captain Costume

Pirate Girl Costume

Pirate Costume for Boy

Pirate Girl

 

You MAY definately need PIRATES if you intend to tackle the challange below Ü.
It is a Pirates Ship made by Cardboard and Duct Tape Sculptor Bob. T'would be WONDERFUL for a Parade I think!

Bob's Crew has some nice Pirate Garb on also! Ü

Halloween Pirate Ship with Pirates

Pirate Ship creator, Bobs says:

The ship is made from a plastic wagon that I used on Thomas the Train. A piece of plywood 3/4 inch. 3 inch pvc mast and 2 inch pvc cross piece. 99 cent pirate flag. 2 rolls duct tape... and alot of cardboard. About 8 hours maybe a little more since it was piece meal work in between everything else. Black fabric I had laying around makes the sail. Rope 4 dollars and 30 dollars worth of brown spray paint.
 

DIY Pirate Ship

Home made Pirate Ship

Homemade Pirate Ship side view

Skull on Ships Nose

 
View other Homemade Pirate Costumes:

Pirate Ship with Pirate Halloween CostumeCustom Pirate Ship with Pirate Costume

Lego Pirates CostumeLego Pirates Costumes

Pirate Girl CostumePirate Girl Costume

Pirates Family CostumesPirates Family Costume

Pyrate Capt Jack Sparrow CostumeCapt Jack Sparrow Costume

Homemade Pirate costumeLittle Pirate Costume

Homemade Lego Pirate CostumeLego Mini Figure Pirate Costume

Baby in the Pirate CostumePirate Baby Costume

If you don't have the time or the inclination to MAKE a costume this year. If you've thought about it, but your heart, for whatever reason, JUST isn't in it... You can probably purchase a costume of the type you were planning to make...and maybe even for about the same as you might spend on the materials to MAKE a costume. On the other hand, you may look around and spot a Costume that changes your Costume plans completely.

 
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