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Wybie from "Coraline" Costume

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Wybie from "Coraline" Costume


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Photo #1 - Wybie Photo #2 - Wybie And Coraline
Costume type:  Costumes for Boys
Category:Halloween Costumes

This homemade costume for boys entered our 2017 Halloween Costume Contest.

A word from Kristy, the 'Wybie from Coraline' costume creator:

My 10-year-old son Jameson is wearing the costume. Our whole family loves the movie “Coraline” so we were excited to create Wybie. I first hand painted the skull on a simple black welders helmet. We removed the turret lens from an old camera and mounted it on the helmet. We added green led mini lights behind the lenses and mounted a crank on the side. The jacket is a black raincoat with duct tape for the Reflective stripes. A pair of skeleton gloves completes the look.

Rating: 4.6 of 5. Votes: 14

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#1 comment by Jason October 26, 2018

Hey, great work! Not sure how long ago this was, but I'm working on a Wybie helmet myself, and I was wondering what you did for the crank on the side? What did you use, and how did you mount it? Does the crank actually turn? Thanks!

#2 comment by Stephanie Montero June 11, 2019

Please tell me how u put the green lights on the helmet! Thank you

#3 comment by Fiveyearold September 24, 2020

Where did you purchase the coat from?

#4 comment by Kristy Jo October 2, 2020

Hello. I purchased the jacket from Galls.com.


#5 comment by Kristy Jo October 9, 2020

I apologize for missing the previous questions. I used a window crank I found at Home Depot. It turned; however, it did not actually turn the turret lens. The lights were battery operate mini string lights I found on Amazon and I simply threaded them into the back of the turret lens. Hope this helps!

#6 comment by tp October 12, 2020

Where did you purchase Wybie's jacket?

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