Lego Halloween Costumes {how-to}

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Difficulty Cost Time Age Person Event
Moderate
$50 to $100
4 Hours
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Here is the tutorial that we made for our Lego Costumes. We got our inspiration for this costume from instructables.com We wore these costumes to a coworker’s Halloween party as well as trick-or-treating with our nieces.

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You Will Need...

  • Quick Tube
  • Packaging Tape
  • Yellow Spray Paint
  • Foam for padding on inside
  • Dremel to cut out eye holes and mouth
  • sand paper or sander
  • Vacuum for clean up
  • Spray Glue
  • Installation Foam
  • Safety Glasses
  • Boxes for bodies
  • Shirts to match bodies
  • yellow Rubber gloves

Step by Step Instructions

  • Step 1

    First cut the Quik-Tube to the right size to cover your face.

  • Step 2

    Glue all of the circles together. 2 together for the top, 2 together for the bottom, and 3 of the small ones for the nob on top.

  • Step 3

    Cut out the eye and mouth with a dremel.

  • Step 4

    To keep everything together, we taped the portions to the tube.

  • Step 5

    We created a little stand to put the head on and started to spray paint it yellow. I think if we had used primer, it would have needed less coats.

  • Step 6

    Also, add black fabric to the inside of the head so it looks black. I used double sided tape since my fabric was slippery.

  • Step 7

    For the bodies, we took a box, cut the corners, and retaped them to get the right shape.

  • Step 8

    Get shirts to match your spray paint that are long sleeved.

  • Step 9

    Wear yellow rubber gloves and your outfit is complete!

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  1. Laurie Turk Laurie Turk

    Great job Jessica! My boys would die if my man and I dressed up as Lego people this Halloween. We’re quite addicted to legos. {wink}

    ~ the Tip Junkie

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