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DIY Jack Skellington Costume

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DIY Jack Skellington Costume

Jack Skellington on his way to the big event

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Photo #1 - Jack Skellington on his way to the big event Photo #2 - Jack Skellington settling in Photo #3 - Jack mingling with fellow enthusiasts Photo #4 - Jack met Sally
Costume type:  Costumes for Men
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Movie and TV Show Costumes

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

A word from Luella, the 'Jack Skellington' costume creator:

My company had a Halloween themed party this year and i was so excited about it. My husband and i debated what we would be this year as he normally doesn't like to dress up, but he saw my excitement, and got into the spirit. After we came up with the idea, i gathered all the supplies i would need. For the head piece i purchased a punch balloon generic toilet paper and tacky glue. The jacket was found at a thrift store as well as a roller derby helmet. Other materials i had around the house so it kept the price low. The jacket was $8 helmet $2, glue $7, balloon $2 . For the head piece i mixed together flour, tacky glue, joint compound, wet toilet paper and baby oil and mixed together with a blender to make a clay consistency and formed it over the balloon. After it was dry i used a box cutter to cut out the eyes and slit in the mouth. Then i used a hot glue gun to glue the helmet inside to stabilize it. Then i used black window screen to cover the eyes and hot glue inside the eye area. Then i painted the mask with white and black acrylic paint and blended them to give some definition around the eye brows. The jacket i altered to make the tail open the chest and bring up the lower front. From the scraps of the jacket i made the bat tie and stuffed with scrap materiall and some wire hanger to shape like the characters. After all of these steps i used white fabric paint and a qtip to apply the wiggly lines on the jacket, bat tie and pants. This was the biggest craft project i have done and after my husband, Victor, put it on and attempted outside we felt like movie stars with all the people gathering around taking pictures....this is definitely a keeper and crowd pleaser.

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