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IN-N-OUT Costume

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IN-N-OUT Costume

IN-N-OUT Costume

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Photo #1 - In-N-Out Family Photo #2 - In-N-Out Family Photo #3 - In-N-Out Family
Costume type:  Costumes for Families
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for families entered our 2015 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Stephanie, the 'In-N-Out Family' costume creator:

This is our completely homemade family costumes, except for the In-n-out hats! We have 2 1/2-year-old twin boys, so I wanted to do a core Nading costume for both of them, I decided on a hamburger and fries, because I love food! So I thought being a specific brand would be more fun. We are huge I-n-out fans, and I love their logo design. I got most of my ideas just by looking at pictures of the actual food and packaging, and wandering the craft store to find things to use for it .
I mostly used different colored felt, cardboard and hot glue for the hamburger. The fry box is made from posterboard and the fries are cut up foam that I painted with a golden yellow for more texture. Our worker costumes were basically finding white clothes, red material for the aprons and giant bobby pins to hold the back.
I was very happy with the end result, seeing as I started the project one week before! We had so much fun, and our boys did so good in their slightly awkward to walk in costumes!

Rating: 4.2 of 5. Votes: 14

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#1 comment by Jess September 15, 2017

How did you get such perfect palm trees on your fries tray? I would love to make this for my twin 2.5 year old boys who are obsessed with In-N-Out. Although they'd both want to be fries... or fries and ketchup!

#2 comment by Denise October 9, 2017

Hi how did you get the logo on the shirt and did you ask for the hats at the restaurant

#3 comment by Steph October 10, 2017

I made my own stencil to trace and cut out the palm trees. The logos on the shirts are cut up stickers that are free!

#4 comment by Annie October 23, 2018

Where did you get the foam to make the fries and how did you make them? Most realistic fries I've seen!

#5 comment by Steph October 24, 2018

It was a big hard off white foam square at Joann's, users serrated bread knife to cut them. Then I think I used a darker tan paint to make them shaded, like the edges and ends!

#6 comment by Linda November 3, 2018

How did you make the bun? I like the white inner detail and brown exterior. How did it keep its shape?

#7 comment by Stephanie November 4, 2018

Linda I used a circle of cardboard and then used pillow stuffing and covered it with brown felt .

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