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Topic: Trick or Treat! Nightmare Before Christmas - Lock, Shock & Barrel  (Read 2742 times)
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« on: November 08, 2012 06:23:56 PM »

We spent Halloween at Disney for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween. Rather than go with the more 'traditional' Jack & Sally for a Nightmare Before Christmas themed Costume. Hubby & I decided to be Lock, Shock & Barrel.

Being only 2 of us, Lock was represented by a plush character from my NBC collection.



My Shock costume
Mask: created out of felt, fabric stiffener & binder clips to hold the shape while things dried.
Hat: wire & costume satin
Dress: NBC T-shirt I already owned, Cotton A-line skirt handmade.


Barrel:
Mask: Plastic hockey mask purchased and modified; filled holes, cut new ones, and painted white & mouth details.
Clothing: Plain black t-shirt purchased and hand stenciled w/ acrylic paint mixed fabric medium.


We had so much fun with the costumes! And it was awesome when we were spotted by other NBC fans & Disney Cast Members.



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