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Charmin and Mr Whipple Costume

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Charmin and Mr Whipple Costume

Charmin and Mr Whipple Costume

Costume type:  Costumes for Couples
Category:Halloween Costumes

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

A word from Lisa, the 'Charmin & Mr Whipple' costume creator:

I thought to personify 'Charmin' and so made her a sexy 'roll' wearing a garter and thigh high stockings, rhinestones and make-up. My toilet paper is a big piece of sponge wrapped around me and then topped with a sheet. Mr Whipple had to accompany me of, of course, and couldn't stop squeezing me! We won first prize!

Rating: 3.9 of 5. Votes: 33

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#1 comment by Bengi September 27, 2013

How can we buy this

#2 comment by Lisa September 29, 2013

I made it at home. The roll is a big piece of sponge and I printed the baby face off of the computer. My words are sticky letters that I cut out.

#3 comment by Pat October 6, 2014

Hi Lisa, I thought the foam piece could be taped together but how do I secure the white sheet & the blue piece?

#4 comment by Lisa October 6, 2014

I think I used 'Stitch Witchery', that stuff you can iron pieces of fabric together with. To be honest, I can't remember how I secured the sponge piece around my body - may have had it taped all the way around. I do remember just tucking in the sheet as that made it look more like toilet paper!

#5 comment by Pat October 7, 2014

Hi Lisa, Wondering how you did your necklace? So, I think I have this. Tape for the foam piece. Blur fabric is attached to the white fabric with Stitch Witchery. Don't know how to attach the paper print out of the baby's face to the fabric. And don't know how to keep the blue fabric closed. And we're you able to sit down at all? Thanks again. Your help has been great!

#6 comment by Lisa October 9, 2014

Necklace is just printed out on paper with a colored printer; trimmed it with a zigzag scissors and stiffened it with clear packaging tape, stuck a ring thru it and hung it from a necklace. (You could just tape it to string too.)
Double sided tape for the baby face to the blue fabric. Perhaps Velcro to keep blue fabric closed? You would have to sew that on both ends...I think I may have done that. I was able to sit but my 'roll' would bunch up a little. You could always cut your sponge piece shorter. Good luck! Post a pic when you are done!

#7 comment by Debra October 14, 2014

Where did you find the picture of the baby and the picture for your necklace.

#8 comment by Lisa October 14, 2014

Charmin.com - 1970; copy image and put onto a word document; enlarge; cut out; double sided tape (it will a bit out of focus)

Necklace - Pick a font that looks sort of like the "Charmin' font; I had a color printer that could make white letters on a blue background.

#9 comment by Debra October 16, 2014

What did you use for the Charmin letters. Did you use white contact paper or something else.

#10 comment by Lisa October 16, 2014

It was sticky backed felt-like material that came in sheets. Maybe look at Micheal's or any kind of craft store? Could also use stitch witchery behind white material but will take a bit longer.

#11 comment by Bryan November 19, 2014

Best costume I've ever seen!

#12 comment by Pat November 23, 2014

Hi, Just wanted to say thanks for all your help. The costumes came out great. We didn't win, but everybody thought it was an amazing idea. Thanks again

#13 comment by Lisa November 23, 2014

Great! Post a pic as I would love to see your version of Whipple & Charmin!
Always think out of the box!

#14 comment by Carrie September 7, 2015

Silly question, but how did you used the ladies room?

#15 comment by Lisa September 8, 2015

I literally wore garters with underwear beneath so was easily able to sit even as the 'roll' hiked up a bit.....I definitely stuffed the stall as I entered but it was easy to manage

#16 comment by Tina November 5, 2015

My husband and I went as Charmin and Mr. Whipple this Halloween. Thanks for the great idea..we had a blast!

#17 comment by Kathie October 28, 2016

Hi!!! What type of "sponge" did you use?

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