Making a Deviled Egg Costume
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I made this costume in about an hour. I already had the devil horns, tail, and pitchfork. The egg is made from an old sheet, yellow craft foam, 2 hangers, some hot glue, and very little sewing.
- Cut a hole in the middle of your sheet. I sewed around the neck hole so it wouldn't rip. You could probably hot glue around it too.
- Put the sheet on and mark where your shoulders are. Cut down the side so it looks like a poncho.
- Undo the hangers and make them U-shaped. Hot glue one hanger to the front of your costume at the bottom. Then glue the other hanger to the backside.
- Sew around the edge of the costume so it doesn't fray.
You could hot glue your edges if you want.
- Last cut a piece of yellow craft foam in a circle shape and hot glue to the front of your sheet.
- Don't forget to pin on your devil tail.
By luv2craft from Normalville, PA
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November 2, 2010
The instructions are quite simple. First go to the fabric store and pick up a couple of yards of white felt and 1/2 a yard of bright yellow felt. You also need store bought materials for being a devil, such as the the red horns, the tail and the pitchfork.
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