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Bonnie & Clyde Costume

Approach with Caution!

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Photo #1 - Approach with Caution! Photo #2 - Bonnie posing with the Wanted Poster Photo #3 - Partners in Crime Photo #4 - Wanted Poster Photo #5 - Bonnie Parker

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Costume type:  Costumes for Couples
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for couples entered our 2014 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Samantha, the 'Bonnie & Clyde' costume creator:

My boyfriend and I decided to dress up as Bonnie and Clyde this Halloween. We were inspired by a TV series about the couple and the fact that they met their demise here in Dallas, where we reside! Most of our costume was clothes that we already had in our closet, but we also bought a few pieces from party shops and spray-painted our fake weapons. Our favorite part of the costume was a homemade wanted poster! We've seen other couple dress as Bonnie and Clyde, but we wanted to make our costumes special and unique. The wanted poster was a huge hit with everybody and definitely made us standout! Just like Bonnie and Clyde would've wanted....

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#1 comment by Patience September 24, 2016

How did you make the poster Samantha?

#2 comment by Sue Sinwelski October 21, 2017

How was the poster made?

#3 comment by Samantha October 22, 2017

I used a hard cardboard for the border and cut the hole in the middle. Then found 𠇊ged-looking” paper to glue on top. I printed the letters in black, cut them out and then mod podged then letters on top (although you may be able to find stickers). Then finally burned the edges of the paper with a lighter.

I'd say it took about 2-3 hours in total, but definitely worth it :)

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