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Marshall the Fire Pup Costume

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Marshall the Fire Pup Costume

Marshall the Fire Pup Costume

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Costume type:  Costumes for Boys
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Movie and TV Show Costumes

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

A word from Micaela, the 'Marshall from Paw Patrol' costume creator:

Costume was made with white long sleeve shirt and white sweat pants with black spots hand stitched. The red shirt is a larger v neck t-shirts with the sleeves hemmed in. The hat was a dollar store hat with ears cut from foam sheets. I hot glued a Velcro chin strap to hold it on. Her collar is made from the waste band of some old pants that don't fit her anymore with Velro sewn to the back and a laminated "pup Badge" sewn to the collar. The Fire truck is made from a legal sized bankers box that was spray painted red. I created the front image of windows and grill on the computer, printed and glued it on. The truck has working head lights and tail lights both made from dollar store LEDs. The tail lights were wrapped in a piece of a red plastic dollar store table cloth. The light on the top of the truck is a flashing sticker that I glued underneath a cut water bottle so that when she bops it, it flashes. Fabric suspenders were affixed to the box to hold it up on her shoulders. The ladders were made from paint stir sticks and popsicle sticks- All together this may have cost about $30 to make

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