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The Big Hunt Costume

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The Big Hunt Costume

The Hunter with his Buck!

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Photo #1 - The Hunter with his Buck! Photo #2 - The Whitetail Buck
Costume type:  Costumes for Couples
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for couples entered our 2012 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Ashley, the 'The Big Hunt' costume creator:

My boyfriend and I decided to make costumes this year to save money, and what better to go as this close to Deer Season :) My boyfriend (Ryan) and Myself (Ashley) went as a hunter and a buck deer. I have an arrow through my heart along with my 11 point homemade antlers! Def a hit at the costume party!

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#1 comment by Courtney September 24, 2013

How did you make the antlers?

#2 comment by Kimberly October 6, 2013

Can you tell me how you made your antlers?

#3 comment by brittany October 7, 2013

howd you make the antlers?

#4 comment by RaeAnn Erickson October 8, 2013

Can u tell me how u made the Antlers and the rest of your Costme?

#5 comment by Ashley Stewart October 9, 2013

I used paper mâché on a mount we had here at the house. After it dried I used a box cutter and slipped it off the rack. I zip tied them to a wide hair band then wrapped the whole thing in tan vet cling stuff. I would have made them smaller if done over just because they are pretty heavy and slide off if I bend my head.

#6 comment by Hannah October 21, 2013

How did you slip it off the rack?

#7 comment by RaeAnn Erickson October 21, 2013

Hello sorry to bug u do u know if the material u used to cover the paper mâché was Vet Wrap or was it more of a tape/sticky material?

#8 comment by Ashley October 23, 2013

I took a box cutter and slit it along the inside edges and just slipped it off. It was a little difficult but even if it bends you can fix it back with and extra layer of paper mâché. I used vet wrap to wrap it. It's all I had and seemed to work pretty well plus it made is super sturdy.

#9 comment by RaeAnn October 25, 2013

How did u get Arrow to stay put?

#10 comment by Ashley October 27, 2013

Sewed a piece of cardboard underneath and poked the arrow through along with some hot glue.

#11 comment by Mia November 17, 2014

If you see this can I please have the instructions?

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