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1  Re: 2008 Completed Costumes Scrapbook! (completed project pictures & links go here!) in Halloween Costumes by jenniferhedges on: October 15, 2009 09:50:38 PM






i was amy winehouse -- making the beehive was the hardest part. i used like 3 wigs & hair extensions + dyed my hair black. the rest was pretty simple. skinny jeans, tank top, bra hanging out, faux tattoos drawn on with sharpie and paint pens -- hospital syringe, sans the needle + drugs and some baggies full of oregano and flour. my friend's costume is way more impressive. he made himself a dr. zoidberg costume. a couple of our korean exchange student buddies were hero and ando from heroes. unfortunately, the boyfriend wasnt too creative. he was a firefighter for halloween. too bad thats his real job... i was disappointed.





before that -- i was an eskimo. i made the "dress" outta this sherpa material. it was WAY simple. my favorite part was my utility belt which was made from rope and other fishing equipment, like fishing lures that looked like little fishies, fish de-scaler, netting, knife looking thing, and an actual little net for minnows. i also had this faux fur shawl which i wore over my shoulders. complete with HUGE mega man looking boots that were brown with fur on them. plus some really shimmery white eye shadow which you really cant see in the pictures. my friend was a bunny -- pretty typical but she pulled off her costume pretty well.
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