Uuu, what's this? I'm sketching my Halloween costume.
Oh, so cool! Can I see it? Absolutely not! Why? It's not like I am going to copy you.
I make way better DIY costumes than you anyway! You wish this is such a lie! That's not true.
Alright, alright ladies! Why don't we have a Halloween competition.
You make costumes, I'll give you a score andwe find out once and for all who the DIY Halloween queen is.
I'm in! We know who's going to win anyway.
Sure, we know who's going to win this thing.
Let's do this! How exciting! Let the Halloween games begin! Join our fun Halloween competition and learnhow to make awesome DIY costumes along the way! Let's find out who will be the winner – Saraor Katie! For the first round the theme is.
food! I love food so I'm expecting a lot from yougirls.
Make me proud! I love food too miss teacher, you're goingto love my idea! Oh please.
Alright, let's get to work! To make a gorgeous DIY strawberry costumefrom scratch, you'll need a red dress or an over-sized t-shirt.
Grab some green felt and cut out a roundedpiece that is smooth in the middle and has a zigzag shape on the outer edge.
Stick it around the neckline.
Time to decorate our costume with a ton ofstrawberry seeds.
Strawberry seeds are yellow and their shaperesembles to that of a raindrop but turned upside down.
Let's grab some yellow felt and cut out abunch of seeds.
I decided to make quite big seeds so theywill be clearly visible on the costume from far away.
Stick them allover your red dress or T-shirtusing fabric glue or a glue gun! I love what we've done so far but we're notcompletely finished yet! Let's also create a little head piece, whichwill make the costume even more cute and fun.
From a piece of green felt cut a rounded zigzagshape like this.
Stick a smaller version on top to add moredimension.
For the strawberry stem roll a piece of feltand stick it on the very top.
All that's left to do is sticking this creationon a plastic headband and we are ready to transform into an adorable strawberry thisHalloween! My dress has these fun puffy sleeves whichdefinitely add to the look but a simple red T-shirt will work just as great! You guys, I am loving this costume so much! It looks so pretty and I love the bright colors.
Another thing that I adore is that it's soinexpensive and easy to put together.
All you need is a red t-shirt, felt, glueand an old headband! No specific tools or expensive parts are neededat all.
It looks so well made and high quality – Iwould choose this costume over a store bought one any day! Strawberries are one of my top favorite fruitsever so I'm excited to become one and live my best strawberry life for a day! Another delicious food that everyone lovesis ice cream! Take any kind of white t-shirt or blouse, which will represent a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
We need to decorate it with a bunch of rainbowsprinkles.
To do that cut oval shapes from felt likethis.
First sprinkle is orange but we need to dothe same with other colors like red, green, blue, yellow, pink and so on.
Apply some hot glue or fabric glue at theback of each of these babies and stick them on the shirt.
Try placing sprinkles in different directionsas this will give your ice cream a super adorable and realistic vibe! Time for a quick happy dance but then we needto get back to work as there's still the back of the shirt waiting to be decked up withthese colorful cuties! To stick sprinkles on the shirt I recommendusing fabric glue since it is washable.
That way you can use your costume for manyyears to come! Yay our vanilla ice cream scoop with sprinklesis ready, time to work on the cone! Grab a pair of tights in brown, beige or anyother earthy shade.
We need to create the diagonal lines patternto represent the cone texture.
So start by sticking masking tape diagonallyon the tights.
We've covered the entire front of the tights, so let's start painting! Dip the brush in some fabric paint and colorthe lines between masking tape pieces.
Once all the lines are colored go ahead andpeel off the masking tape.
For some reason I find this peeling supersatisfying! And look at those prefect lines – gorgeous! Time to repeat the step and draw the linesin the opposite direction.
Stick the masking tape in place.
You can already see the cone pattern thatwe're going to achieve, it looks bomb already, I tell you that! Color the empty spaces with fabric paint.
I'm using a yellow color, but a light brownwould work great here too! Alright the painting part is totally completedand we're ready for some pealing action! Uuu so cool! The tights are all done and they look exactlylike an ice cream cone! Let's put them on together with the sprinkledshirt and transform ourselves into the most adorable ice cream ever! The blouse I used is made from a mesh materialplus the sleeves are so puffy and huge! It gives the ice cream scoop more roundedshape, which works perfectly for this costume.
That being said, you don't need to buy specificshirts to make this costume at all.
Just use an over-sized white tee and it willturn out stunning for sure! This DIY Halloween costume is so comfy towear.
Sometimes costumes can be bulky, heavy andjust not comfortable at all! Here on the other hand you're wearing tightsand over-sized shirt! This means you can eat as much Halloween candyas you like without having the clothes restricting you! I love your costume miss teacher.
Thank you! But look at you girls, you look adorable, ah! Yay! What a beautiful strawberry costume Sara, I really like it! Oh thank you miss teacher, I knew you'll loveit! I really do, It's a 9! Oh I think this perfect costume deserves a10 but 9 is not that bad either I guess! Please, respect my opinion! Let's talk about you Katie! I know you love ice cream miss teacher soI am sure you love my ice cream costume more right! I do love ice cream and you did a pretty nicecostume so your score is.
You get an 8! That's so unfair! She literally just stuck a few seeds on ared dress and gets a better score than me?! I worked so hard on this masterpiece, howcan you do that! Katie, enough! I love the color and the style of the strawberrycostume, it's so feminine, I could see myself wearing it! For the second round the keyword is animal! Oh! Transform yourselves into beautiful animals.
Let's go, hurry up.
What animal would you chose for your Halloweencostume? I'm picking a jelly fish! The most important part of it is an umbrella! I have this transparent one with baby pinkpolka dots and I can't wait to transform it into a pretty jelly fish.
Open up your umbrella and let's first workon the eyes! I'll make them out of white, black and someblue felt.
I want my jelly fish to have huge eyes sowe have to cut a big oval shape from a piece of white felt.
Assemble the eyes by gluing a blue iris andblack pupil on the white oval! For another lovely detail you can place twowhite dots on top.
Now the eyes are catching the light and theylook even more gorgeous and cartoon-ish! Stick them on your umbrella with hot glueand let's proceed to work on the tentacles! Grab a wide ribbon, fold it in half and tiearound the rope like I'm doing here.
Do this all along the rope until you havelots of ribbon hanging from it.
Each ribbon strip represents a tentacle ofour lovely jelly fish.
To keep the color theme cohesive with theumbrella I went predominantly for white and baby pink ribbon but also added some glitterygold stripes for a bit of dimension.
Since jelly fish are transparent a good ideais to also include a few lace ribbon strips, which give a delicate and transparent touch! Honestly this ribbon piece would also workgreat as a wall decoration! So when Halloween is over you can totallyhang it on the wall and have this epic ribbon waterfall as décor! Okay, enough blabbing, let's get back to work! We need to glue the tentacles to our umbrella.
This is where ribbon on the rope comes veryhandy as we can just stick a bunch of tentacles on the umbrella with one go.
You could also stick each strip directly tothe umbrella but that would be a bit more time consuming.
On top of that using a rope gives you a moreneat result, which I love! Just make sure to use a good glue for thisas you don't want to miss any tentacles while trick or treating! I find that for this kind of tasks hot glueusually works best! OMG you guys! This must honestly be one of the best costumesI have ever seen! It is so cool, unique and adorable at thesame time.
I like how inexpensive and quick it was toput together but it makes such a huge statement.
You will definitely stand out from the crowdwith this costume, guaranteed! To go along with my color scheme I dressedup all white: white lacey dress, tights and sneakers! Now I feel like a real jelly fish swimmingin the ocean! To make this costume even more mind-blowingadd some battery powered fairy lights for the tentacles here and there.
As a glowing jelly fish you will definitelybe the star of the night when trick or treating on Halloween! Will Katie be able to beat this epic costume? Let's see what she's creating for this round! To make a parrot costume you'll first needlots of feather scarfs also called feather boas.
You can get these pretty easily online orin any bigger craft store.
For the base of the costume you will needan over-sized hoodie.
Make sure that it is long enough so you canwear it as a sweatshirt dress.
The hoodie will be completely covered withfeathers so it can be old, have stains, weird prints, whatever.
Just take an old hoodie from your father orboyfriend and let's get going with this DIY! We need to cover this baby entirely with feathersand we're starting with a sleeve.
Apply a stripe of hot glue.
Grab a feather boa in any color of choice, I'm going for red.
Place it on top of the glue and wait tillit sets.
Keep adding more feather strips until theentire sleeve is covered.
I'm making a colorful parrot so my feathercolors are ranging from red to orange, yellow, green and blue.
As you can see I've left the strips a bitlonger on top.
This way we're able to fold the excess feathersdown and cover the back of the sleeve as well! Oh my gosh I am now getting the feeling ofhow this costume will look at the end and I can already tell it will be spectacular! Both sleeves, and the hood are finished solet's quickly deck up the front part with feathers as well! A stripe of glue, a stripe of feathers, astripe of glue, a stripe of feathers and so on until your sweatshirt looks like a giantball of fluff! Have you ever seen a cooler shirt?! Me neither! This is so colorful, fluffy and just out ofthis world! However we still have some work to do! We're missing the eyes and a beak.
For the eyes grab a styrofoam ball and acrylicpaint.
I first gave the ball a coat of white justto have an even texture all around.
Proceed with painting a large blue circleto represent the iris of the eyes.
You can also chose a different color likegreen, brown, yellow, etc.
The important thing is to finish up your eyeswith a smaller black circle, which represents a pupil! Okay eyes are done, moving on to the beak.
I got this styrofoam heart at a craft store, and it will work perfectly.
Let's color it up with orange acrylics.
When the paint dries you can stick it on thehood, together with the pair of eyes.
Giving a face to this costume totally bringsit to a whole new level.
I feel like all of a sudden our parrot gota personality! It's like he's come to life! The last cool detail that makes this costumeso unbelievably epic is using orange rubber gloves for the feet.
Simply put them on top of your shoes likethis.
How legit and funny does this look! Don't forget about the orange tights and whatcan we say other than fly baby fly! This DIY costume is just out of this worldor even out of this galaxy! Not going to lie, it's probably the most timeconsuming of all but man is it worth the effort! You can also switch up the colors of feathersto create other birds.
Go for all yellow costume and transform yourselfinto a fluffy newborn chicken.
Make a white costume with a touch of red onthe hood for a grown up chicken.
Or go all out with rainbow colors and createa fun parrot like this one! I am so excited to see how the teacher ratesboth this and the jelly fish costume as they are both phenomenal if you ask me! Let's find out together! My girls! Look at you! You exceeded all my expectations.
These Halloween costumes are absolutely stunning! Thank you miss teacher! What to say, I am lost for words.
You make me so incredibly proud.
Ah excuse me.
I'm just, I am getting a bit emotional here.
Oh! Both of your costumes are so unique, creativeand extremely well executed so you both get a 10! Bravo, bravo! Yes! Really! Alright! Woohoo! Enough, let's get serious again! Sara is still in the lead for one point, butall can change in this final round.
Halloween is known for everything creepy, spooky and scary.
So the theme for our final round is just that– spooky! Time is ticking, so don't waste it.
Yup, let's do it! Alright we've made quite a few cute Halloweencostumes so now it's time to get a bit more spooky! Let's transform ourselves into a bat! You will need a black umbrella for bat's wings! These inexpensive foldable ones work great.
Start disassembling your umbrella.
You may need to unscrew the top plastic lid, cut some wires with pliers, take off the central stick and so on.
Different umbrellas can be put together abit differently.
So just take a close look at the mechanismof yours and try to work out how to disassemble it.
Next take your scissors and cut two identicalpieces that are a bit smaller than a half circle.
There we go our bat wings are ready! Take a black sweatshirt, sweater, jacket – basicallyany old black top that you don't need anymore.
Make sure that your shirt has long sleeves, that's absolutely needed for this costume! Glue the umbrella wings on the shirt.
The best is to use hot glue and apply a stripeall the way from the bottom of the shirt to the edge of the sleeves.
Stick the wings on both sides of the shirtand you're ready to fly like a spooky little black bat! It turned out so freaking cool but one littledetail is still missing – the bat ears! Let's make them from scratch! Cut two curved oval pieces like these fromblack felt.
Glue them on a black plastic headband by foldingthe felt up.
You can get plastic headbands for very inexpensivein any craft, beauty or other store.
I've had mine for years and never used itso today was the prefect time to give it a new life.
Make sure to put on some black pants or tightsplus a pair of black shoes and you will totally look like a real bat! This is such a fun and creative costume andagain so inexpensive to put together.
I haven't even spent a dollar to make it – literallyhad everything at home already.
It's a perfect DIY costume if you want torecycle an old broken umbrella.
Next time your umbrella gets damaged on awindy rainy day, don't throw it away.
Save it to recycle on Halloween instead! I also love the idea with the DIY ears! In the same way you can make any other animalears like cat, bunny, bear you name it! Not going to lie – I'm already getting excitedfor next year's DIY Halloween costumes! Katies spooky costume is a bit different asit focuses on makeup – Come along an learn how to easily transform yourself into a doll! Apply foundation allover your face and makesure to cover the lips too! To make huge doll eyes grab a white jumbopencil, eyeliner or even eyeshadow and color the area under your eyes in a half oval shape.
Load a thin brush with dark gray or blackeyeshadow and outline the oval shape we've created earlier.
Feel free to use a pencil eyeliner if youdon't have a brush like this.
Let's give our new lower lashline some depthand a more realistic feel.
Load a brush with brown eyeshadow and smudgethe black outline, bringing it down a little bit.
Keep the upper edge sharp for the best result.
Cool our doll eyes are coming together supernicely! Oh yes, it's time for some huge perky lashes! You can use liquid eyeliner, pencil eyeliner, eyeshadow, whatever works best for you! Just make sure the lashes are black, longand voluminous! The eyes are pretty much done and they turnedout awesome! Let's continue with the rest of the face! Apply a ton of pinky blush on your cheeks! You can really exaggerate and go to town withblusher! Next up: freckles! Use a brown eyeliner or a small brush andbrown eyeshadow to draw freckles on your cheeks and nose.
Grab a red lipliner and outline the shapeof the lips.
Focus on creating a heart shaped lip by onlydefining the center while leaving the corners covered with foundation.
Color the lips with lipliner before applyingthe lipstick.
This way your lipstick will last longer andwon't smear as much! You can use any kind of pinky, rosy or redshade.
Alright makeup is all done, so let's moveto the hair! Make two braids or pig tails and secure inplace with red ribbon tied in huge bow! Check out your closet and find the most doll-esqueoutfit you can.
An example is a puffy A line skirt or a dress, girly lace top, white stockings and any girly shoes! This is such a cool idea for a last minuteDIY costume.
You don't have to waste any money and youcan literally put it together in under 10 minutes! All you need is some basic makeup which I'msure you already have and an improvised outfit.
If you're one of those people that don't havetime to stress about Halloween costumes days in advance, this one is right up your street.
Easy, gorgeous and also very comfy to wear.
Especially if you skip the heals! Alright it's finally time to unveil the winnerof this entire competition! Who will it be: Sara, Katie or.
let's takea look! Uuu, interesting costumes! I like it! We all know I love makeup so I like how youused makeup to create you pretty yet spooky costume, Katie.
Really? Thank you! Your score is.
a 9! Well done! Sara I love how you used an umbrella for yourcostume.
Very creative! Thank you! However your costume is not spooky at all.
What?! Come on.
Bats are creepy! They are spooky, look.
boo! Haha, you really scared me there.
Haha, not! Plus we already had the animal category.
You could have been more creative.
Your score is.
it's an 8! Yeah but who's the winner now? Let's calculate the winner right now.
Alright let's sum it up.
Who is she? My name is Maya and I'm a new student.
Well nice to meet you Maya.
Welcome to our class.
Thank you! What's that thing on your head? This is my Halloween costume.
I'm representing Sims, you know – the videogame.
Oh Sims! This is my favorite game of all time.
This is such an amazing costume.
You look incredible Maya! You need to participate in our Halloween costumescompetition.
You know Sara and Katie they made some Halloweencostumes but this! This is just extraordinary! Can you hear it? Some costumes, she said some costumes! Not a 5, not a 10.
Your costume is pure and straight.
100! We have a winner! Bravo Maya, bravo! Oh really?! Thank you so much, it's such an honor! What?! That's crazy! Do you know how much time it took us to makethese costumes? Yes! And now she comes in the class, sticks a stupidballoon into her hair and wins everything?! Yes! What?! So unfair! Silence! Ladies, you did great, but Maya's costumeis so effortless and refreshing.
It's time to except the defeat as a true sportsmanand congratulate Maya for her well deserved win.
Bravo Maya, bravo! Ahh.
Thank you so much! Why! We can have a rematch next year! Good luck! Oh wow what a twist, right?! Who do you think made the best DIY costumesthis year? Sara, Katie or Maya? Let me know your favorite costume in the commentsbellow! Wishing you all a happy and spooky Halloween! Mwah, bye!.