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Lego Ninjago Costume

Lego Ninjago Costume

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Costume type:  Costumes for Boys
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Toys and Dolls Costumes

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

A word from Kenna, the 'Lego Ninjago' costume creator:

I asked my five year old son Blade what he wanted to be for Halloween. He said Lego Ninjago! I started brainstorming and the costume was born! the body and legs are cardboard, hands and arms are pvc pipe and the head is a basket. All wrapped in duck tape. This costume won best of show at a local festival! Best of all total money spent $ 9.00!

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#1 comment by wendy October 11, 2012

WOW What an Awesome Costume!!! The creator of this costume is absolutely brilliant!!! Love this costume, i think i may try to do this for my child next year!!

#2 comment by Jessica October 12, 2012

Awesome Costume!!! Love it!!

#3 comment by Martha October 12, 2012

Wow, that's great! My 6 year old son wants to do this costume this year. Could you tell me how you made the silver face on the front, is it duct tape too? Did you use red duct tape over everything?


#4 comment by Kenna October 15, 2012

Hey Martha, I traced out the dragon on cardstock paper then spray painted silver. Yes I used red duct tape on everything! took 3 rolls.
thanks for commenting.

#5 comment by Courtney October 16, 2012

Awesome! Where did you get the template for the dragon head?


#6 comment by Kenna October 16, 2012

my husband free handed the dragon

#7 comment by Jen October 16, 2012

OMG!!! I love this costume!!!! My son has been trying to find a costume that he loves and this is it!!! How did you attach the arms?

#8 comment by Kenna October 17, 2012

the arms were held up by the hands. Not really attached

#9 comment by Jenn October 17, 2012

This is amazing!!!! I have to make 2 of these .... EEK! What did you use for the head?

#10 comment by Kennag October 18, 2012

a small basket from the dollar tree with a cereal bowl on top to give it more shape

#11 comment by Jaime October 18, 2012

This is amazing!!!How did you do the eyes?

#12 comment by Kenna October 19, 2012

foam board, cut holes and lined with mesh, used sharpie to detail

#13 comment by Lisa Cooper October 21, 2012

great job Kenna, Blade, an Nate!!!

#14 comment by Holly October 24, 2012

are the hands PVC pipe as well?

#15 comment by Kenna October 24, 2012

yes just cut in half and we carved holes for his fingers to fit so he could hold on

#16 comment by Demi October 26, 2012

I love it! You are so creative! I tried to make a Lego Ninjago guy last year but had a few issues. I struggled with how to attach/keep the legs on. How did you attach them? The arms are great too - what are they made of? Really well done.

#17 comment by kennag October 26, 2012

the legs/feet are made just like boots. the arms are pvc pipe.
thanks for your comment!

#18 comment by ruby jean October 29, 2012

Awesome job, dude. Are you always this crafty?

#19 comment by Kenna October 30, 2012

............I believe so! :)

#20 comment by ANNA October 11, 2014


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