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Mr. Toffee with Candy Crush Candy Costume

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Mr. Toffee with Candy Crush Candy Costume

Mr. Toffee (by Danny Epperson)

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Photo #1 - Mr. Toffee (by Danny Epperson) Photo #2 - Mr. Toffee (by Danny Epperson) Photo #3 - Side by Side comparison - Mr. Toffee & me in costume with real candies!
Costume type:  Costumes for Men
Categories:Halloween Costumes, Video Game Costumes

This homemade costume for men entered our 2013 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Danny, the 'Mr. Toffee with Candy Crush Candy' costume creator:

I am wearing my costume in these photos. I play Candy Crush on my phone and was trying to think of ideas for Halloween and the answer was in the palm of my hand! I like to be trendy and contemporary and so I figured...Candy Crush! I made my costume from assorted materials: a long red coat and blue pants, white dress shirt, and red vest from the local thrift store, I modified them with some stitching, added a pocket for a white hanky, cutting and added blue material for details and inside liner of the coat (you can't see in photo). I took mid-sized metal buttons and covered them with gold material for the hinges. A wild-haired, red wig that I molded and shaped moderately to match the character as closely as possible. I used parts of the wig to make a mustache, eyebrows, and a goatee. I purchased an all-blue tie. I purchased a "tiny" red hat from an online tiny hat store that I modified with blue material. I purchased cartoon character hands/gloves that I painted with fleshtone. I purchased a monocle. I added "spats" to my black shoes using white felt. You can't see the character's shoes in this photo, however, he does wear them.

And.........for added fun, I purchased candy that EXACTLY matches some of those used in the game, mixed them and bagged them up to and out to friends from my pockets. I've also attached a photo of the candies---again all of which are available in stores or online. I spent about $150 on my costume and candy and about 12 hours work. What fun!

Thanks for considering!

Rating: 4.8 of 5. Votes: 123

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#1 comment by Amber freeman November 4, 2013

What a great idea. Everybody is playing this and should have this this at retail. Love it

#2 comment by Luke Jordan November 4, 2013

As much as i play this game i was hoping someone would make this costume and you did.. you deserve an award for this...

#3 comment by ian November 5, 2013

Awesome Costume SuperMan.... Oops Mr. Toffee

#4 comment by Danny November 5, 2013

THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT! It was such fun to make (and eat)!


#5 comment by skip November 5, 2013

fabulous dharling!!!

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