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Make an Animal Attack Costume

4 October 2011 5,800 views 6 Comments

by rhonda

If you haven't figured it out by now, I have a pretty odd and twisted sense of humor.   I think that's why I love Halloween so much; it's one time of year when my eccentricities are perfectly acceptable!  It is comforting, however, to see that others out there  have the same weird sense of humor, like Instructables founder ewilhelm.  He turned a stuffed koala bear into this hilarious animal attack costume, and also used a stuffed dog and pair of pants to make another variation.  What do you think?  Do you find this costume funny?  [how to make an animal attack costume]

Project estimate:

  • Stuffed animal, on hand or $1
  • T-shirt, on hand or $1
  • Red fabric paint, on hand or $1 and up
  • White felt, on hand
  • Needle and thread, on hand

Total:  Free and up

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6 Comments »

  • heather said:

    Hahahha! This is a great find. So funny & cute.

  • Chelsea said:

    Haha! I love it! “When Koalas Attack, tonight on Fox.”

  • heather said:

    You just have to figure out how to get your toddler to go around making that face while they trick or treat! :)

  • Jolene said:

    So funny!!! Great idea for a baby!!

  • Katie from SewWoodsy said:

    OMG! This is too funny!

  • Best Homemade Halloween Costumes {15 ideas} - I Heart Nap Time said:

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