How to Make a Snake Costume?

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It is a helpful skill to know how to make cheap costumes. Especially for those creatively impaired, with many children during Halloween or those short on time. 
Costumes can be as complex, detailed and expensive or as simple and cheap with reusable parts as needed. Many costumes, including a snake can be made using sweatshirts, t-shirts or footed pajamas. The tricky part to the snake costume will be the head and the tail. Novelty fangs will add an extra special touch. This site will give detailed instructions to a snake costume using snakeskin fabric and a hooded sweatshirt. There is a bit of sewing involved. www.ehow.com Take special notice of the snake head instructions from this site. www.ehow.com Other good snake head ideas. www.associatedcontent.com
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1. Fold the snakeskin fabric in half lengthwise so it is doubled. Lay the hood of a sweatshirt on the fabric close to the top edge of the fabric. Cut around the outline of the hood,
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Eeesh, not too sure what you could do for him, one I don't know what glue is okay for a snake.not many if not none. Spray paint is out of the question.he may just have to be a snake
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How to Make a Snake Costume
With the help of some realistic-looking snakeskin fabric, you can whip up a sleek and slithering snake costume. This costume consists of a hood attached to fabric that flows down your back. Vinyl snakeskin fabric does not ravel--meaning you don't have to... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Source: www.ehow.com
Fold the snakeskin fabric in half lengthwise so it is doubled. Lay the hood of a sweatshirt on the fabric close to the top edge of the fabric. Cut around the outline of the hood through both fabric. With the right sides of the fabric together, sew the two hood pieces along the curved edge. Turn the piece right side out.Cut a strip of snakeskin fabric as wide as the bottom of the hood and as long as needed to reach from the base of your neck to your ankles. Sew the top edge of the snakeskin strip to the bottom edge of the hood. Place the hood on your head and overlap the bottom corners to fit snugly around your face and neck. Sew a velcro fastener at the base of the hood to hold it in place, or pin the hood closed with a safety pin. Wear the snakeskin over a leotard or tights.
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