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Candlelight Dinner for Two Costume

Time: 30-45 minutes

Effort: Quick and easy — no sewing required

Materials:

  • Large sheet of cardboard (a refrigerator box or washer box works well)
  • Foam
  • Tablecloth
  • Gory mask
  • Bugs, spiders, fingers, mice, etc.
  • Hot glue and glue gun
  • Candleholders and creepy candles
  • Plastic plates, silverware

Instructions: Cut the cardboard into the shape of a table. Cut a hole in middle for the head to poke through. (You can add foam around the neck to make it more comfy.) Glue the tablecloth over the table and cut out the cloth over the head hole. Glue the plates, silverware, and candleholders onto the tablecloth, then add ants, mice, spiders, etc. The mask goes on, the head pokes through the table, and dinner is served!


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