Oogie Boogie Costume Tutorial NO SEW Halloween Costume

happy Halloween everybody and thank you,for watching my boogie boogie costume,tutorial I hope you enjoy it as much as,I did,let's get started I bought a round mask,from the dollar store any mask will work,as long as it has a lot of surface area,to work on then I took some cardboard,and hot glued it to the bottom of the,mask I cut small slits into it so that,it would open up and create more room,just for Okies mouth to sit on this mask,is just kind of gonna be a mold now it's,time to mold these face I'm using,Crayola model magic clay it's perfect,for this because it dries super,lightweight that's perfect for a mess,cuz you don't want anything weighing,down your face you don't need to mold,his face,100% perfectly because it's just meant,to give structure to the fabric that we,use what you want to focus on is making,sure that his nose area is flat because,he doesn't have a nose and also that the,eye sockets and his mouth really,protrude let the clay dry for as long as,it needs and then carefully remove it,from the dollar store mask or whatever,mask you used if yours is thick like,mine make sure you let the inside dry as,well but lay it down with the sides,propped up so it maintains its shape,I used a few layers of black tulle,layered together and hot glued them on,the inside of the mask for the eye,sockets I don't remember how many layers,I used but I used just enough that the,eye sockets looked black but I could,still see through them I did the same,process for the mouth except I used,black felt,in these next parts ignore the brown,felt cone looking thing it ended up not,being necessary but what I did was added,a piece of felt to the top of the,forehead that would cover all the way,the top of my head and I glued another,piece on the bottom side I just added,this part so that I could attach a,elastic headband oh my god my fridge,that is an awful sound sorry if you,don't want to so you can just safety pin,a headband inside measure out how long,and how wide you want oh geez head to be,and then cut it out of a brown jute or,burlap brick I cut out a long angular,sheet in that length and I layered it,over the mask and then I just lightly,drew in some lines for the mouth and the,face then I cut those and I started to,hot glue mold and press down the fabric,over the mask until it started to look,really good and I got really excited and,I didn't think it would come out this,good but I love it and make sure you get,a tool I would just use the end of my,sharpie but get a tool so you can really,press in there into the hot glue in the,fabric and good stuff yeah,then I cut my rectangle piece into a,cone shape and made a backside for it,and then hot glued those two pieces,together the mask side and the back side,inside out just like you would when,you're sewing so when you turn it,right-side out you get those nice seems,like you would if you were actually,throwing once the whole head is glued,together make a couple stitches in the,back of the cone part so that it folds,nicely instead of sticking straight out,think floppy wizard hat and then you can,add a tiny bit of stuffing to the tip of,the cone if you want this will add a,little bit of weight so that it will,flop over in the back of your head like,a floppy wizard hat loogies body is kind,of a star shaped blob if your fabric is,wide enough you can just lay out on it,and trace over your entire bodies,including your arms and feet and be good,but I was too tall for my material so I,had to make separate limbs I had Wesley,traced over my body on the fabric and,then I drew oh geez shape around that,thing think blob for my arms and legs I,either measured out or traced a shape on,to the fabric directly to fit both,shapes limbs things whatever make sense,remember that for each piece you're,gonna need both a front and a back so,torso arms feets you need two of each,inside the lower belly part of Aggie I,wanted to add some stuffing pockets so,that we could give okey that gorgeous,figure that he has I drew out pieces of,brown felt that would fit inside the,belly I hot glued the edges down filled,the layers with stuffing I was going to,glue down the opening but it made a,weird line across his torso so I left it,open this will also let me remove the,stuffing so that when I go to store Oggy,he's smaller,once okie is properly fed and stuffed,you can start to hot glue all of the,seams together right sides together and,then turn them right side out to have,beautiful seams be sure that you leave,open the arm and leg holes as well as,the shoulders and neck because that's,where you will be stepping into the,costume I forgot to film it but make,sure you hot glue,Boogie's arms in place in the arm holes,and then for the feet I just tied a,string around my calves to hold up the,little booties,I found this black jute cord at Walmart,for only $1 you can use yarn or some,kind of thick string and it would be,better if you had one of those really,thick needles I didn't have one so I,struggled but you just have to make,boogies stitches on all of the side,seams you just do straight or make a,little X's randomly crooked stitches it,looks really cool just on all of the,side seams on the side of his body the,side of his head his arms and legs to,get in and out of the costume I added,some velcro at the shoulders so I added,the velcro on one side made sure that,they were together the two pieces of,velcro then I added velcro on top and,then I folded it over to the other side,of the shoulder don't get hot glue on,your floor and then to make the stitches,match up,I just took apart the velcro and then I,sewed around the side of the velcro that,was on the top,if you're feeling extra you can take,some brown paint that's slightly darker,than the fabric and just paint on some,extra details to his face and its belly,cuz he's got all the little wrinkles,because he's chunky,and then my friends you are done with,the most amazing costume ever if I do,say so myself I really hope you guys,enjoyed this video please give me a like,down below maybe share it with someone,who loves Nightmare Before Christmas you,know,tag a friend or something I'm you know,whatever this is cool and I want people,to see it so anyway hope you guys,enjoyed this video I'll see you in my,next one,buh buh,tomorrow,Tuvia nipsey's there's a weird Jaffrey

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MAYOR + OOGIE BOOGIE COSTUME DIY | Nightmare Before Christmas Costumes Part 1

MAYOR + OOGIE BOOGIE COSTUME DIY | Nightmare Before Christmas Costumes Part 1

hey guys welcome back to my channel,today's video is part one of a three,part series I am making on all the,costumes for the Nightmare Before,Christmas so in today's video I will be,making the mayor and Oogie Boogie for,the mayor's head I just grabbed a,lampshade from our thrift store for two,dollars and pulled off all the wrapping,and then I am just going to be painting,the front and the back different colors,for the two different phases so this,first color is a peachy pink color I,will have all the pink colors as well as,all the materials needed for these,costumes in the description box below so,be sure to check that out on the other,side of his face I will be painting it a,light bluish color for the front of his,face I didn't show you this part because,you really couldn't see it out lined his,whole face with a pencil and I did it,really lightly so if I did mess up it be,easy to fix,I'm just looking at a picture on my,computer for reference,now for the cheeks I got a little bit of,this peachy color on this sponge brush,and I'm just blending it out like you,would on your real cheek you know really,lightly and just using that blending,motion outlined the lips the cheeks and,I also outline the bottom of his face,with that color now going in with some,bright white paint I am painting on his,teeth again I'm looking at a picture for,reference so I know exactly how his,smile looks once his teeth were done I,outlined everything with black using a,really fine tipped paint brush and then,I'm also going to be drawing lines for,his teeth,moving onto the backside I am just,outlining his entire face structure with,a very light gray color and I am just,blending this in it looks pretty sloppy,but now I know where exactly I will be,doing his face I found this mustard,color and I thought this would be a good,color for his eyes take his time joke up,and quit the kitchen tap, dirty dishes and then I'm,outlining his eyes with a green it kind,of looks a little bit different here but,I do go over all of the outlines again,with a darker green,to,this is how do you feel the one Lucas,again with a really fine tipped paint,brush I'm going in with some black and,painting on his zigzag teeth,now for the mayor's hat I picked up some,of this foam poster board from Dollar,Tree and measuring the bottom of the,width of the hat I use that for the,reference to cut it out but that is what,the bottom of the hat is is just that,thick poster board and then using a,normal poster board from Dollar Tree I,am rolling it up and gluing it together,with some hot glue and this will be the,top portion of his hat,now it's a good to stay on I just cut a,few slits at the bottom so that I could,fold them down and then I will just glue,this with the hot glue on the top of the,Hat,the last thing I did for the Hat is I,glued a little piece of gray felt to the,bottom and I feel like that gave it the,perfect finishing touch to finish off,the mayor's look you will need a gray,suit coat jacket I picked this up for a,few dollars at our thrift store as well,as a white dress shirt and some black,slacks you will also want to have a,spider and we just safety-pin that to,the shirts and of course his mayor award,pin moving on to agee boogie we're gonna,start out with a mask and I just picked,up this mask from Dollar Tree I will,tell you guys I followed another YouTube,video for this and that is what inspired,me to decide to actually make this,costume instead of byuk there was a few,costumes I was like you know what I feel,like it would just be easier to buy but,for the og Boogie costume if you get a,nice one they're upwards of two and,three hundred dollars so I figured I,should try making this so all I'm doing,is using this Dollar Tree mask and I'm,gluing on this piece of poster board so,that I can just have more room for the,mouth because oogie-boogies face is,longer than this mask and using some air,dry modeling clay I am going to be,molding the shape of his face this does,not need to be perfect all you really,need is to get an outline of what his,face is going to look like so that when,you put the burlap over the top of it it,will mold to the face what you really,want to pay attention to is making sure,that his nose is flat because he doesn't,have a nose so flatten out that nose,area and then just give him those really,bulgy big huge eyes and also the lips,you want the lips to be as big as,possible this did take over 24 hours to,dry so if you want to get started on,this costume for Halloween then you,better start doing it like right now,while that's drying we are just going to,outline the body for oogie-boogie so I'm,drawing my husband's outlines so I know,about how big I need this my brother who,is I think 63 or 64 is actually going to,be this costume so I did have to add a,little bit of extra at the top but what,I'm doing is getting two pieces of this,body shape you are going to hot glue the,seams so on the edges of the bottom,I am leaving that open so that he can,stick his feet through because that will,be a separate thing but again I'm just,gluing all the sides and I also only,glued it up about 3/4 of the way because,I will be adding arms into that,so this felt portion all I am doing is,gluing this so that I could shove,stuffing into it and I'll be doing this,on the front and the back side of the,costume,I picked up the stuffing at Walmart for,$10 I think it was about 30 at jo-ann so,just so you know it's a lot cheaper if,you pick it up at Walmart,I didn't show you this part but I did,turn this inside out and that is the,blob that's laying next to me on the,other side so once you have it all glued,then you will turn it inside out and you,have your body now I'm just adding some,feet and I will also be adding some arms,I just traced my leg and then I also,trace my arm and that's why I get the,arm in the leg shape you're going to,need four of each obviously because you,are going to be gluing two of them,together and then folding them inside,out make sure that you are not gluing,the tops of the legs and the arms,because that is where obviously you need,to be putting your feet and your arms,through once you have all your pieces,glued together then I'm just going in,with some of this black jute and I'm,giving him his stitches the stitches,don't really need to look any certain,way they're very messy on him so,whatever you want to do just add some,black jute through it so that you can,see all the cute stitching on all the,sides of his body okay we're working on,the mask again as you can see some of it,had actually broken off but that's okay,again all we need is the outline of the,lips and the eyes that's the most,important I am actually leaving this,glued to the mask I hot-glued everything,so that it stayed on the mask so that,you could easily slip it on to your head,since it has a strap on the back but,what I'm doing here is I'm just gluing,some of this brown felt to the mask,because the burlap is see-through I,wanted it to be ten underneath I don't,know if this is necessarily needed but I,do think it helped it look a little bit,better then going in with some black,felt I am giving him his mouth,and again just hot gluing I will tell,you I have about 3,000 burns from the,hot glue gun and I probably used two,bags of hot glue sticks this took a lot,of hot glue,now using some black mesh that's,actually what I stuck in the eyes so,that you could still see through them,however my brother claims that he still,could not see so maybe you don't need as,much as I shoved in the little eye holes,now we're covering his face with some,burlap you want to use a big piece of,burlap for this and you will just be,molding this to the face again hot glue,whatever you need to stick the hot glue,down I use knives marker tips anything,but your fingers so that you're not,burning yourself a whole bunch this took,about 30 minutes of me working with a,burlap and just moving it around gluing,it making sure it stayed exactly where I,wanted it to stay,once that's done you want to cut this,into a kind of a triangle shape but make,sure that your head could fit through it,and then you're going to glue another,piece exactly the same size to it and,then you're going to turn it inside out,and then you will have your awesome mask,I ended up putting just a little bit of,stuffing in the tip of this hat to give,it a little bit more of some volume up,there I also ended up painting back the,Hat a little bit because this hat kind,of flops backwards so I glued that fold,just like that so it stays like that now,I am going in with some tan paint and,just giving him some more shadows on his,lips and the top of his eyes and that is,all I did guys for this costume and then,once my brother was in the costume,I actually velcroed the top the neck,area that is all just velcroed on so,that way you could easily slip out of,the costume with no problems I have to,say I've just been laughing my head off,at all these clips of my brother in this,costume I cannot take it seriously but,if you guys liked this video please give,it a thumbs up I do have two additional,videos for this series so stay tuned for,my lock shock and Barrel the,trick-or-treaters and also my three,different Jack's I have a separate video,for each of those and I hope you stick,around to see those as well thanks again,so much for watching and we'll see you,guys in the next video

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Oogie Boogie Bug Makeup & Costume Tutorial

Oogie Boogie Bug Makeup & Costume Tutorial

Today we're going to create the Oogie Boogie  burlap form. Complete with invisible green  ,glow-in-the-dark effect and also building a makeup  around his true form of a chaotic pile of bugs.  ,Let's get building. The burlap I used is a wider  weave used for mold making. Got a tan felt by  ,the yard to adhere to the back of the burlap. Use  tacky glue spray cut out the body and hot glued  ,both panels together. This is the shape for the  arms. It's one piece folded over and hot glued  ,at the seam. Glue each arm onto the body. For the  glow effect took invisible green glow dust from  ,solarcolordust.com. Mixed it with Delta Textile  Medium. Making sure the brush isn't soaked and drag  ,it along the texture. If you use a tighter weave  burlap you might lose the texture effect. Using a  ,black light to quickly charge the glow mixture to  see any areas that it was missed. For the bug pile  ,headpiece, add layers of latex to a head form. Put  some cotton on top carefully covered it with latex  ,soaked paper towels. Build it up further with  some flour thickened latex. Smooth it with water.  ,Also use this on the face to build up the eye area  and minimize the nose. After that dries took globs  ,of the thickened latex and smooth them into beetle  shapes. Do the same thing on the head and put some  ,of the mixture into a bag and trim off the tip and  use it like a pastry bag. To create snakes and worm  ,shapes and start layering and overlapping. Once the  face is dried powder and build up some foil and  ,wrapped it with shrink wrap. Start to build up the  brow and lower jaw with paper mache pulp. The foil  ,is to build it up so the under mask won't be too  tight when you have the prosthetic on. Once it's  ,built up, let it dry and if you're impatient...you  can force dry it with low heat in the oven. I was  ,a little too impatient. Mine got a little singed. To  get the jaw movement. Attach some black elastics to  ,either side. Use cardboard to build up the frame to  keep the face in place. Since the face prosthetic  ,isn't on it's a little loose. So just stuff a  little bit of foam to keep it from sliding. Hot  ,glued the back of the piece and glue it down to  the middle of the panel of burlap. Glue the sides  ,but leave some unattached, so you can adhere it to  the front panel. Add the front piece starting with  ,gluing down the chin. Shaping the fabric around  the mouth then cut a slit to adhere the lower jaw.  ,Glue the upper part of the mouth. Take your time  gluing section by section. Working your way out.  ,Trim the side and connect the two  panels. Then tackle the top of the head.  ,Now cut out the eyes and fold the excess fabric  over. Then glue it into place. Now with the head  ,done. Add glow real quick. Took some black tights  and cut into pieces to add to the mouth and eyes.  ,Just hot glue them in place. Make sure to keep it  taut so you don't have any wrinkling. The stitches  ,use black yarn. Got some large sewing needles for  this step. Add decorative stitching along all the  ,seams and then top of the arm. Airbrush some black  Skin Illustrator in the inner part of the mouth.  ,Created a fake seam line at the top of the arm.  Now we have to get back to those prosthetics.  ,Apply some prosaide all over the latex to prep it  for paint. Thin down some black acrylic paint with  ,water and wipe the high points off for a quick  shading effect. Just alternating the colors on the  ,different shapes. Even adding stripes and spots  to make this look even more like a pile of bugs.  ,Sculpted some variations on a tile and gave these  versions eyeballs. Created a silicone mold. I have a  ,tutorial on how to make this type of mold. There's  a link in the description. Once the mold is done.  ,Take the white foam clay and press it into the  openings. Starting with the eyes since they are the  ,deepest area and more likely to trap air. Throw it  in the freezer and here you can see the shrinkage  ,from right out of the freezer to fully dried a  couple days later. Paint them up with different  ,colors and patterns. Use pros-aide thicken  with cabocil to glue them onto the headpiece.  ,Time to apply. Glue your eyebrows down with the  glue stick and put on the headpiece. Tried the  ,mask over top to make sure it was in the right  position for me to move the mouth. Use Telesis 8F  ,Silicone Adhesive to glue everything down. Since  these pieces are really dense wanted something  ,stronger than pros-aid. Once down double check  where the face overlaps. Did have to remove one  ,of the clay bugs, along with trimming some areas.  Apply glue around the center of the face. Glue it  ,all down in sections. Once down Skin Illustrator  Black to color the exposed skin. Avoiding directly  ,around my eyes for later. Take the Mehron Paradise  Paint Palette and start grabbing colors layering  ,snakes and worm shapes and different bug bodies.  Even bringing it down the neck now. Let's take  ,some more of that thickened prosaide and more  clay bugs and start sprinkling them all over.  ,Time to throw in some black scleras. Use KVD Super  Pomade in Graphite to color around the eyes.  ,Bring more of the Mehron bug detail into the new  black area. Glue a few more bugs to help mask out  ,the eyes. Be sure to head over and check out the  Harlequin Demon makeup tutorial and if there's any  ,other Nightmare Before Christmas character you'd  like to see me recreate leave a comment below.  ,I'll see you next time.

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Making an Oogie "Boogie" Dress! (vintage style)

Making an Oogie "Boogie" Dress! (vintage style)

Side note, while scrolling on Pinterest, one of the funniest things,I think I could ever come across is when people make Oogie Boogie costumes for,their babies....,This is how I feel on the inside..,Okay.,That is... lukewarm,Delicious.,Hello!! Happy Autumn!,It is officially fall,,I am feeling refreshed,I took a week off or so from sewing,because....,this killed me.,but I am back.. *from outer space*,Feeling adequately spooky, and ready to make something else because,honestly making spooky stuff is the only thing fueling my serotonin,Last year, some of you may have seen, I did a video where I made,this dress, which was based off of Sally from Nightmare Before Christmas,and so this week, I wanted to do sort of a cousin of that...,an Oogie Boogie dress!,There's just something about the characters from,Nightmare Before Christmas that just... they're all so recognizable in and of,themselves that making garments based on the characters-,*car noise and frodo growling*,Wow!,He's a fresh MAN, dun dun dun dunn,Design, colors, textures that I have a lot of fun reimagining,them into different pieces while still remaining,very recognizable,Oogie Boogie is no exception to that,My man is full of texture.,Initially I was just going to do a skirt,for this, because I felt like doing a skirt would,be the easiest way to follow along and very easy for you to recreate at home,which I never really think about when I'm making videos,but when I made my sally dress last year, a lot of you actually,ended up making your own version which is like,So I figured an Oogie Boogie skirt would be really easy to follow along,and easy enough material wise for people to,do their own versions,BUT I was recently watching Back to the Future,for the about five thousand three hundred and,ssssssseventy sixth time.,I've always loved Lorraine's dress from the Enchantment,Under the Sea Dance, love the structure of it, I love - you know,it makes our cleavage look great, always a good thing...,I kind of wanted to,combine what I was thinking with that...,An Oogie Boogie dress... but make it 1950's prom I guess,Very floofy skirt, structured bodice, maybe with a little sweetheart netlin-,Sweetheart neckline.,So this week we are making an,Oogie "BOOGIE" dress....,*Chuckling*,*George McFly laughing*,Also watching Back to the Future again solidified the fact that I love George,McFly with all of my heart and I kind of am him,I've seen a lot of Oogie-inspired dresses throughout,my years of being on Ye Olde Internet, one especially that I really really love,is this one by Jenumi Cosplay...,Which I actually saw in person at a con,before and it is,Double chef's kiss...,Weren't expecting that were are ya?,I'm gonna take you over to design phase, and then we're gonna go shop for,materials, and then I'm gonna show you the pattern,I'm using and then we're gonna just get started on this bitch,Okay?,So without further ado, design phase!,*Whoosh*,Like I said, I am going to draw a,reference from Lorraine's dress, cute sweetheart neckline and then,a very structured bodice,That's how we like our skirts here...,nice and swooshy,That looks a little lumpy...,Most of this dress is going to be,burlap, now to make this not so itchy because burlap,against your skin sounds like actual. living. hell.,For the inner liner, I'm just going to use a black bed sheet that I have,That's burlap okay?,To sell that it's Oogie even more...,I'm going to add some side seams with very visible stitching..,Black band across the bottom... but we'll see how I'm feelin',I really want to incorporate,fake bugs into this, I'm not completely sure,how to do that, I might have the bottom a little bit ripped open here..,and then have some nasty bugs come out,So this is the basic idea, looks a little,underwhelming in sketch form,So now that we've got the,design i am going to head over to the fabric store,and then we'll meet back here!,So I am at the fabric store...,Woof..,Is it just me, or do the mirrors in cars,accentuate....,my mustache?,I have a loose idea of what,I need to buy in there and that consists of: burlap,I think I need to grab some black yarn because..,unlike my Sally dress, literally stitched,all the pieces together with black embroidery thread, which took,absolutely forever,In order to get those stitches nice n' thicc,I'm gonna go with yarn, I think,Here we go!,We're back!,First and foremost, a whole lot of burlap,I got eight yards,of this, not quite sure I needed this much,because eight yards didn't sound like that much until I watched her,cut it... and she just kept rolling...,kept rolling... just kept-,It's a lot, so I'm definitely gonna have leftover burlap, which is fine,I can make - you know other crafts with it,I just wanted to,make sure I had enough, especially if I'm gonna use the pattern that I'm thinking,of, I'm gonna need a whole lot of fabric,and THEN I got some interfacing, I just got two yards of this because apparently,interfacing is... hella expensive,I don't know if you know this, but apparently burlap sheds,like a husky in summertime,and then I got some cute socks because,I cannot resist,....Yeeeees,I regret nothing,As for rest of,materials, I do have black bed sheets,Fake bugs..,this one...actually makes me want to vomit,Why...,Why are some of these so large?,All I'm saying is if I still had Barbies, I'd throw a collar and leash on,this bitch.,Lastly, I did get this...,I honestly have no idea if this is gonna work,Just slightly toxic... that's how I like my clothing.,Now as far as pattern pieces, my initial,idea was just to do a circle skirt for this, very similar to,what I did with Sally's dress,But I am kind of tempted,to use a pattern that you have seen me use very,many a time,,this one,This is exactly,the top that I want.. and I have made this longer skirt,a lot of times and I really, really, really love this pattern,For this one I think I want to make the shorter version,Six panels, you need two of each, so that is 12 skirt pieces that all need to be,put together,As with most of my projects, we are going to start,with the skirt,Let's get spooky!,Here are the six skirt panels laid out on the,bed sheet fabric, as you can see I did shorten them where I was instructed to,So next I am going to start cutting these all out,and then pinning them together and then eventually we can do the same thing with,the burlap fabric,Now as a side note, if you wanted to do,this but a little simpler and just do a circle,skirt, take in the black fabric fold it in half,There is a calculation,you can do for your waist measurement, now for me,that comes out to around 4.25 inches, I believe,So basically what you,would want to do, is take that fabric and then right on,that corner fold,What I did in my Sally dress video was I kind of made a,makeshift little compass of sorts,I would mark 4.25,in a circle from edge to edge,And then you also have to figure out how long you,want the skirt to be,,and then just cut along those lines and you should have,a complete circle when you unfold it,I just want to throw that in there,just in case obviously you don't have this,random pattern from the 70's,Now I'm gonna get back to cutting,Alright, day two!,This is the day where most of the work, I think, is going to be,done. Today and tomorrow,Yesterday I got so far,as to pin the pattern pieces to the burlap and cut the burlap,out ,now I just have to take those paper pieces off,*mouth noises*,take those paper pieces-,Pin them together,It's also.. frickin' heavy.,Which I didn't realize about burlap,I thought burlap was a very lightweight material, but apparently the kind that I,chose, thick boy,I probably will end up doing,the black band along the bottom just because,from what I've seen of the burlap, it frays,I think having a black band along the bottom, will save me stress about trying to,hem it enough that you can't see all the little frays,Let's get these babies...,SEWWWN.,The burlap sections of the skirt are all sewn,together and it worked better than I thought it would!,It looks like a war zone... or that I just- you know,have a very small cat,So now what I'm going to do is take that top burlap,section, put it on top of the black liner,I'm going to sew it at the ends and around the waistband, so let's do that!,Don't mind my saucy mannequin,Here is the skirt so far,I put the trim all over the bottom, it's a little,poofy right now, something got a little messed up with the burlap over,the lining, but to be honest I don't hate it,I think Oogie himself is quite...,bulbous.,I am going to,start on the bodice. which I haven't used before in this pattern, so that means I,have to cut out a few pieces and kind of figure,out what the heck I'm doing,Try to find the instructions page,of this pattern because I am a tornado and I have no idea where I put that..,The instructions are where they belong!!,Ye of little faith...,As you can see,,I have all of the bodice pieces cut out.. bodice front,,bodice side front, and then bodice back,These are all the facings that are gonna,go on and be turned inside out, you'll see it when I get there,Pretty dang,simple, I'm not cutting out a strap because I,plan to go strapleth-,wow,Strap. less.,I apologize, it's very hard,to talk when I'm bending over because all the spit,just wants to,Anyway,Cut out all the fabric that I,need, I think I'm gonna try to lay the burlap pieces on top of the,black lining pieces, so that I have like a four layer pile of,fabric, if that makes sense and that way I can,cut out all four pieces that I need at one time,Let's give that a shot!,*Squeaky Floor Jams*,I just attached the lining layers to the burlap and then I pinned them all,together, it seems like it's going to fit pretty,well, obviously it's a little bulky around the edges because it's only,pinned together,Let's stitch these togeth-,Let's stitch these together.,Make room, please!,Oh handsome man..,Oh thank you.,Play "Ooogie Boogie's Song",*Acapella Version Plays*,ACAPELLAAAA!,I like that as the days progress in my sewing projects, you can,visually see the amount of fluffs I give about my outfit,just disappear,By the third or fourth day,,I'm here to get shit DONE.,Also yesterday, as I was working,off camera, I slipped and almost fell flat on my face...,So as a mature,,responsible adult, I'm switching back to socks that have,little grippies on the bottom,Today is the last day, what I did was,hand stitched all this top, and on the inside whereI turned the facing,inside out, I did tack it down with stitches,and then I sewed the skirt to a waistband, will be easier to attach the,bodice to the skir,I'm not going to do that quite yet, I have decided,to save the joining of the bodice and skirt towards the,end of the process, just because my next step,is to add the yarn stitches,To do that I think it would be easier just to have,these as separate pieces, so that's what we're gonna do today,and then... my friends...,Weathering! Because I'm me..,I did actually invest in,an airbrush, I have always wanted one but I've been,too chicken to buy it, because it seemed like a big,learning process,So I am going to try to use that for the first time,a lot of times when I'm weathering fabric it can be a little bit hard with,brushes, especially with this texture it would be really hard to get a smooth,gradient from shadow to no shadow,And then of course we have to try,the spray paint, which I might just go spray that on a little bit of burlap and,see if it will actually work,So yes first thing's first, I am going to,stitch the stitches!,Side note while scrolling on Pinterest,one of the funniest things I think I could ever come across,,is when people make Oogie Boogie costumes for their babies...,This is how I feel on the inside,I always get such a workout from sewing...,I feel like a uh... overzealous,conductor from the 1800's,*Classical Music Plays*,Side note, I sprayed this little tester of burlap fabric, and now let's see,if it actually worked,I can't see ,Oh this is scary...,Oh no I don't know if I can do this,*singing* I'm 28 years old and I'm afraid of the daaaark,Okay let's bring you into this dark room..,Maybe you need to hold it up to the light?,Yeeees,Okay I want to put the whole thing up to,the light..,Yeah, SCIENCE!,Whoooooa, cooooool,Airbrushing time!,Let me show you my new little,beast, tis this!,It wasn't too hard to figure out which I,think is part of the reason I never got an airbrush before because I was,a little intimidated by it, I'm not a big machinery type person... so,I guess my uh, underlying fear is that it's just gonna blow up,Doesn't seem like that's the case which is a good thing..,If I turn it on... it's going to be pretty loud but-,It's definitely a little messy, my word of wisdom,is that if you're going to have a first project where you use an airbrush,,A Tim Burton-themed project is probably the best one that you can,start with, because if it looks messy...,It was totally on purpose,Eh??,You see all of this shading that I've already done?,Do you.. SEE IT?,I just NOW ran out of paint, in this tiny little compartment,I've been wasting paint my entire life...,*Romantic Music and Heavenly Noises*,Alright, alright, alright,Ta-DaaAAaA! Oop-,Keep those arms down,This might be one of my favorite projects I've ever made,and a lot of that comes from the airbrush, look forward to me,literally airbrushing every single thing... ever,Quick way to make your modern clothes look 300 years old!,A little wrap up here, what went well what didn't go well,Like I said I think,the airbrushing really really helped, it has a very,Burton-esque vibe, which is definitely what I was going for,I think the overall shape worked pretty well, I'm really happy with this skirt,and how swooshy it is,The bodice itself is a little frumpy, I mean it's a,strapless so I think pretty much all my strapless dresses are like that,unless I were to tape it..,But overall it's not huge dilemma, it's not that,noticeable when I'm standing up,Things that didn't work so well, the glow,in the dark kind of worked but not really..,I think maybe if I were to lay this dress out in the sun for like a whole,day, that it would work,I pretty much needed,constant light on it for it to actually glow in the dark so,Other than that, I honestly wouldn't change too much of this dress because,this is probably the most fun I've had doing a project in a really long time,I enjoy making everything I make, but this I just was looking forward to every,single step, nothing was extremely difficult, nothing,was extremely time consuming,I just really really enjoyed the process,of it, of course got to weather things so that's a plus,Spooky time y'aaaaaall,It's almost October, I am very excited,and uh, I am very behind in making looks,for Maks-o-Ween... I told myself that y'know, I'd have a few photographed before,October even starts.. have I done that?,*Guilty Silence*,I think October is definitely going to be a very heavy "Make",month for me, so I'm hoping that these videos don't become,very repetitive, I'll try to switch things up every now and then,and try to keep it y'know.. FRESH,or in my Oogie Boogie voice:,*Much lower voice* Fresh.,I really wish that was a true voice that I could just whip out whenever I wanted to,I hope that if you did want to make your,own version, that you tag me and let me see,This was relatively easy to make, it's very attainable especially if,you're just making this skirt,And that is it!,I love you guys whether you're new or old to this channel, if you're new here,and you feel like sticking around, feel free to subscribe, I upload every,Friday, and we have spooky fun here!,And I will see you in my next video, byeeee!,It's me, I'm the pumpkin patch,So-,Gotta take you off auto focussss,I got a present for you, hold out your hands,"He looks like a realistic version of the one from Bug's Life",He does,I'm a beautiful butterfly!,Frodo...,Also I thought Nick threw this out and apparently he didn't,You disgust me,I really gotta stop doing that before I actually think about what I'm gonna say,I'm the Oogie Boogie Man.... bitch,Are you even wearing a strapless,dress if you don't do this the entire time?,*Nightmare Before Christmas Songs*,*I might just split a SEAM if I don't die laughin' first!*,*I'm the Oogie Boogie Man!*

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DIY Oogie Boogie Costume

DIY Oogie Boogie Costume

It's been a while since I've gone dumpster diving,here in my building.,Dumpster diving!,And today I found all of this stuff.,Not quite sure what it is.,So now that we're in October ,and getting close to Halloween ,I'm thinking of creating a costume.,At first, I wasn't quite sure what to make ,maybe a scarecrow,or perhaps a mummy. ,And then it came to me,,Oogie Boogie! ,My favorite antagonist from The Nightmare Before Christmas.,Who in my opinion,,was into torture and BDSM with daddy types.,To make the body,,I start by tracing out my body from the knees up to my shoulders,I then cut out a bell shape with the wider part at the bottom.,Luckily, the burlap was long enough,so I was able to fold it in half at the shoulders,and get both the front and back pieces onto one strip,and simply cutting a hole for the neck.,I then try on the piece to check the size and decided,to cut off  the excess at the bottom to size it accordingly.,Be careful not to take too much off, which I sort of did here.,Because the burlap is quite see-through,,I used an old bed sheet to layer underneath it,which luckily was beige in color.,I traced out the burlap,,cut out the pieces that I needed,,and sewed them onto the burlap piece.,Next, I turned the top inside out and added a layer,to create an inner pocket to the front piece of the costume.,This will allow me to add stuffing later to give it some fullness.,This also works great for storing snacks on the go.,Once that's in place,,I then finish off the sides by sewing them together.,Initially, I sewed the bottom as well leaving two leg holes,,but I decided to leave it open as I found it easier, to slip in and out of the costume from the bottom,rather than through the neck.,For the arms and legs,,I trace out oversized triangle shapes for each piece.,Make sure to go bigger than what you need,as I ended up stretching my initial pieces,and having to add additional layers for the legs.,Similar to the body,,I also trace and cut out inside layers and sew those in place.,So for the arms, I want to be able to stick my hand out.,So I'm going to cut through here.,I'm gonna sew this, kind of like down,,so that it's all hidden.,And so from here, we're gonna fold this down this way  ,so that that is in the front.,And then we're gonna fold this on top this way,,so that is on the back.,And then we're just going to line this up,,and stitch it all the way straight through down the sides.,To finish off the body,,I then insert the arms into the sleeve holes, ,with the right sides facing the right side of the top,,line up the seams and sew them in place.,For the headpiece,,I have some leftover burlap.,Found out it's called burlap.,And I also have this fabric that I'm going to use for the face.,that's gonna go underneath here.,I trace and cut out matching pieces for the lining,and sew them in place down the side seams.,With the mask on, ,I make markings for my eyes and mouth,depicting how happy I am that this project is almost done.,I then draw out Oogie Boogie's facial expression, and using scrap pieces,,I then start to form his lips and brows onto the mask.,To secure it in place,  ,I then hand sew the straps on the inner side of the pieces,and finish them off by coloring in the mouth and eyes.,I started off with a sharpie, but at this point,,I was way too tired,,so I found some leftover paint from another project,and simply painted those areas in.

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Making My Oogie Boogie Costume and Halloween Decor Shopping | October Vlog

Making My Oogie Boogie Costume and Halloween Decor Shopping | October Vlog

/ are you ready are you ready buffer no,but it's the Halloween box whoo best,party before danced on the Halloween box,he's already doing it yeah yep this hat,still looks acceptable my pirate hat,that I made ah memories give you I,worked really hard on nobody watched hmm,I've got it so wrinkly buttons are cute,are you gonna help now bean are you,helping Hey,Hey,I had to catch it because you look,ridiculous this child's helmet okay yeah,it's forget the math and it'll,fit okay your boob is out can we go to,this door today why we're so empty of,decoration it's sad we don't have to go,to that store we could go you do a,different you painted I tried to make it,shine no did not work no it didn't I,didn't have paint,I had a marker so I couldn't paint the,whole thing I was like why don't I put,the edge on it so it looks like it's,been like sure I just let you know if,anybody's ever okay yep,my Halloween decor shopping so far has,been successful because we're late so,Michaels already had to dump off like,50% off we're home,we got far too many things that's my,snack,sorry about the dishwasher sound so love,I'm thinking we put this spider on the,front door and hang the other thing you,on the bedroom door cause it'll look,better with all the stuff that's going,to go in the kitchen,beam once the balls mm-hmm oh yeah,mmm-hmm look silly we are not done but,we took care of the kitchen oh it's so,cute tini,oh and then a very nice pork roast with,green beans thank you love and a haunted,refrigerator because that makes all the,sense Wesley is going to trace me on the,doot doot doot fabric you I'm gonna put,you put my neck oh well we'll leave a,little bit space,okay so just JA hmm just trace Oh am I,even in the middle,I'm just getting a pattern of my body,what,I mean really we don't need to work on,my arms because I have to make sleeves,so just just like do like down my sides,just go to my ankles mark my legs and,then my other side and then where my,arms are in here just do my whole body I,just need a I need I just need a rough,shape of my body so that when I make his,actual size I know how big to make it,compared to my body so in Tibet each,extra that's that's perfectly fine,I haven't been vlogging in a while,because I have been super busy,destroying my living room for the sake,of Halloween look at that face tomorrow,Tuvia,titties the weird kid sees me,thank you yes yes I'm the,oh boy,are you happy the windows open,you

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DIY oogie boogie Halloween costume

DIY oogie boogie Halloween costume

foreign,Channel foxes this week I thought I'd,show you how I made my Halloween costume,this year I'm gonna be Oogie Boogie but,I decided to make it a little different,than what I've seen other people do and,this one's gonna be,kind of like at the end of the movie,where he gets like ripped open a little,bit,so I'm using a black cape that I had,bought a long time ago as the base,and here I'm making a pattern to extend,the like back of the head because it's,got like that point on the back of his,head that kind of flops down a bit,so I had to use an extra black fabric to,make the whole thing black to match for,the underneath part,foreign,so I didn't have any burlap but I did,have this uh it's like a curtain panel,and I undid all the seams to make it as,big as I could,didn't fit like the full body but I,decided to do it a little differently,anyway which I'll show you later,so I'm using this and I'm cutting out a,part of it and then I'm sandwiching it,between the two black pieces that I cut,out for the hood so that I can then sew,them and then flip it the right way out,so the seams are inside,foreign,up I left the bottom and the front,unsewn obviously because I'm going to,fold those over the front part over onto,the hood of the actual Cape to sew it on,to them foreign,this project is bigger than what I'm,used to so I had to you know kind of,show it in Parts a lot of it,and so here's the cape and I'm going to,stitch the bottom part onto the back,part,of like where the neck is for the cape,foreign,I used some cardboard pieces first and,then I'm using some Model Magic to kind,of build up like his eyebrow type area,foreign,so I pinned the hood on down the middle,of it to the actual hood of the cloak or,Cape or whatever and I'm trying to,figure out center-wise where to put the,eyes to make them even,which was kind of difficult there's,probably an easier way to do this but,this is how I ended up doing it,and I just put like a little bit of hot,glue so that way I would be able to move,it if I needed to or,take it off or whatever to make sure,that they're as even as I could get them,to be,foreign,to use a little hot glue to build up the,bottom eyelid a little bit I only had a,little bit of Model Magic so this is,what I did for just the bottom part just,so that it has a little more of a bump,to it,foreign,the other side and tried to put it on,there as evenly as possible,foreign,then I put some glue on the top of the,eye shape that I made and pushed the,black fabric into it so you could see,around it real good,and it would be more defined,thank you,and then I put some on just the black,fabric to try to stick this mesh fabric,down it's a little messy so I only did,it in a few spots and then I sewed in,around some of the other spots,and I am going to cover it with paint,later,foreign,so here's how it looks it looks a little,messy but when I paint it it looks,better,and then I flipped the front seam over,into the hood and sewed that up and put,some stitches along the top Center or,two,foreign,lights from the Dollar Tree that I want,to sew around the front of the hood so,that it'll have a light up feature,foreign,everything out on the floor because of,how big it was I needed more space and,my dog is there to help supervise I,guess,so I pinned all the way up this middle,section where the seam was and then,that's where I sew it,and then,um,I left that flap open because I wanted,to be it's like wavy and like he's kind,of falling apart a bit so I left that,bottom part I sewed down just the front,a bit and then,um left that hole end on that part free,flowing foreign,and then I'm starting with painting his,eyes black,foreign,dark brown to go around the ice like,socket parts,foreign,foreign,and then I do lines up like his mouth,are like wrinkles I guess up his mouth,so I do streaks of brown for that,foreign,and I go down the back seam and around,the like neck seam where I sewed it to,and then I kind of just randomly went,all over it with some brown and then I,went down all the the front side seam of,that and all the way down around the,bottom and everything with brown just to,make it look kind of dirty,thank you,foreign,ly all over like the back of it and,everything to make it look dirty and,like kind of like the lines for the,burlap since I did to use burlap,and then because he is falling apart and,he's a bag of bugs I decided to paint a,bunch of bugs around the bottom black,part of the cape that you see because,the one part is kind of up higher the,meshy part is up higher so you do see,this corner the corners at the bottom of,the cape so I painted a bunch of bugs on,them and first I'm going over them with,white so that the other colors will,stand out a bit better,foreign,and the bugs were pretty colorful in the,movie so I wanted to make them pretty,colorful and I was hoping it would also,help them stand out better especially,like at night,foreign,foreign,foreign,with some solid color and then I went in,with like a darker or like another,version like uh on the orange I did a,red and on the red I used kind of a,brownish orangish color and the blue was,like a dark blue the purple I actually,did a lighter purple,just so that it would have some contrast,and look more cartoony,foreign,foreign,foreign,and then I took some black yarn in this,big needle and,went through and tried to make some,stitches down the back of the head and I,left like a longer chunk because he's,got like a longer part that hangs down,from the very point that has like a,spider at the end,so I tied that off and then I I tried to,sew some stitches and I had kind of a,hard time with that but,I had to use like pliers and stuff,and it came out okay,foreign,foreign,foreign,there I used this spider ring and just,cut the ring part off and I glue it onto,the end of that yarn,foreign,to make it look like he got ripped open,I am going to put some just small pieces,of yarn all the way down the front,and I'm going to just take the chunks on,pull them through and then I put just a,tiny bit of hot glue on the inside and,push the yarn into it just to kind of,help hold it on there,foreign,thank you,and then I found these spider Clips at,the Dollar Tree so I figured I would,paint them,well I left one purple and then the,other ones I painted black orange and,green to be different Halloween colors,and then I figured I could just kind of,clip them on the cape or on my outfit or,you know,just random places just to add a little,extra like 3D bugs,and this is how it turned out,I did my best to get a good angle of,everything so you could see everything,is kind of hard when I had to do it in,different sections so like this is kind,of the top part,so you can kind of see what the top part,looks like and then I will show the,bottom,here's the back of the hood the little,spider hanging down,foreign,looks like,and then I will show you what it looks,like with the light off and the light,the green lights on there you go,I hope you enjoyed watching me 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DIY Mrs Oogie Boogie Costume 2020

DIY Mrs Oogie Boogie Costume 2020

i watched some um,youtube tutorials on you know how to,make a pattern from your favorite shirt,and,filled me with all sorts of false,confidence that i could do this,um i used a hell bunny sort of vintage,looking,slightly off the shoulder shirt,in hindsight bad idea i should have just,used a regular just,blouse shirt but no i did not,um so that presented me with,quite a few problems um because as you,may imagine,burlap not the most uh,easy fabric to work with,so the trim the black trim is actually a,sheet,i got from the thrift store it was a,queen size flat,sheet and i use pretty much every bit of,that sheet,between my costume and there's some in,his,in the i think i think there's some in,the mask in his oogie mask i believe,um but yeah so i did the neckline,and i made it come down and it crosses,here and when i put it on after i had,you know i didn't i pinned it and then,glued it i didn't pin it and try it on,see how it looked,because you know that's how you do and,it looked kind of strange so i,added a second um,strip here um in the middle,i cut it up the middle and there's a,seam,did the stitching i did some darts here,here i did a little little hole where,some friends can,peek out these are all just little,dollar store those little bags of bugs,you can get from the dollar store,the sleeves oh the sleeves that was the,part about this,shirt that gave me the most problems,with the sleeves,i and i think it's just me personally,but i just once i cut,the pattern for the sleeves out i,couldn't figure out how to attach them,to the shirt,it was just i i was going nuts honestly,just couldn't figure it out,um i ended up gluing them to the outside,of the shirt so there is this,rough seam but it's oogie,it's supposed to be an oogie i'm,supposed to just be a sack of,bugs or whatever basically so with the,stitching and,i did the dry brush aging i think that,it it looks fine,the cuffs of the sleeves,were huge like width wise so,i just put some again just the black,yarn,and gathered it so it the sleeves were a,little poofy,if you can describe burlap as poofy it,had a poofy,effect so to close the shirt,i wanted it to be super simple to get in,and out of,um again this is a trunk or treat and it,was supposed to be in a park but due to,weather and flooding a couple days,before halloween they moved it to,the farmers market which is again just,an asphalt,you know parking lot basically so there,was no,bathrooms or anything at that location,to change into we had initially,you know it was supposed to be at the,park so there was gonna be bathrooms,but um i just wanted something to be,easy to get in and out of and like i,said i wore,a shirt actually wear two shirts,underneath this because it was cold,um but i just did again this is the,sheet,and i just hot glued some strips and,made ties and it held up really well it,was,it did not have any problem with it you,know getting untied or,anything like that,so this is the skirt um this took almost,as much time as the shirt did,only because i had to keep making,alterations because again,i i don't know how to make clothes i i,measure,i'm definitely a measure once cut once,oh i messed up gotta do it again,type person um,but in the end it came out good it's,definitely heavy,it has approximately 36 panels i believe,it was originally 28 panels and i had to,add some i don't remember how many i,added but i know i added more than i,needed,so i think it's somewhere around 34 to,36 panels,it's um burlap green tool,some weird kind of crinkly polyester,fabric that i,had in my fabric stash and the remnants,of the black,sheet that she got used for everything,so i use that pattern for the panels um,burlap this is that,kind of crinkly polyester,looking fabric i didn't do the hems on,these,but again it's it's halloween costume,and it's it's oogie it's not supposed to,be finished right,right i keep telling myself that um,and the tool i wore a black color line,underneath this,my hopes was that it was going to poof,the skirt out but the skirt was so heavy,it really didn't do much,um these were a last minute addition,it's that plastic stuff you use to make,like holiday wreaths out of um,i got like i had bags of it from dollar,tree black and purple,and um that's the only thing i actually,sewed on to this project,just because i the hot glue melted it so,it had to be sewn on,and again another little little tear in,my,my bag of bugs and they're making an,appearance more little dollar store,bugs behind this is a piece of sheet i,would just i just cut a hole,in the burlap um glued a piece of sheet,onto the back and then glued the little,bugs to the burlap and then the sheet,underneath,so this is the back of the skirt um the,waistband,is more black sheet a couple pieces of,interfacing fabric,excuse me,um i used the top seam of the flat sheet,for the waistband and you know just,tuck the interfacing fabric in there,um it has a tie back,and there's actually some belt loops,because like i said i had to make some,alterations and add some panels in,so this back panel is more of that black,sheet,and um it just ties in the back,i did have a little bit of problem,because this skirt is heavy that i did,have to be,re-tied a couple times throughout the,night but,other than that it was it was fine,my favorite thing about the skirt my,most genius idea i'll probably ever have,in my entire life,just goes downhill from here kids i made,pockets,big deep,pockets it held my cell phone,bottle of water,and it's just made out of the sheet and,you know just cut a hole in the burlap,and,hot glued it in and they held up well,with,i have a i have a large cell phone um,and you know a bottle of water it also,had extra halloween candy in the pockets,and,i didn't even know what else was all in,my pockets at the end of the night but,pockets,so for my hood um it was a little,different with this,i couldn't find a pattern um,i'll link the video down below hey don't,don't eat my hood man,hey hey hey hey hey excuse me,madam he's not snack,no um i found a video where,the girl who had made it she explained,how she made it but there was no pattern,so,what i did was i just got one of my,hoodies,laid it on its side onto,wrapping paper because i didn't have any,actual patterned paper,and um again did a rough outline,of the hood and then drew the design of,the little thingy cone thingy whatever,on the inside so it has,there's two layers of burlap a layer of,the green,tool a layer of interfacing and then,black sheet which was soft for the,inside,i couldn't get the cone because um,you know like any pattern you sew it,inside out and i couldn't get the cone,to fully,come out but i think it looks good this,way and i didn't have to stuff it,because it's,pretty solid um i did a little,spider i had some if you can see but,it's black,fishing line so i did a little spider on,the end,the eyes um in the original,video she used eva foam and like i said,this,this project was next to no budget um we,had,those two bolts of burlap so we had,plenty i ended up making,the eyes from burlap like i said there's,two layers,of burlap i cut a hole in the top layer,and i just molded these from scraps,of burlap that we had and hot glued and,i,tucked it it had it has flaps that go,on the inside i tucked that into the,hole hot glued those down,hot glued the edge of the,you can see the edge of the flap,onto the eyes and then did the,black here in the center just acrylic,paint and did the dry brush staging,around the eyes,so as you can see the eyes they're a,little,off it was a little hard to line them up,but when you have it on you can't really,tell much i don't think,i don't know,ah on the front i this is all,black acrylic paint i did around the,edges and did,what would be like his his lips i guess,his lip crease or whatever,and then on the,inside that's what it looks like,it's soft it stays well off enough your,face so these,the burlap edges don't really poke you,for the original hood she had made a,snake,clasp type thing out of polymer clay um,you know again no budget so,i ended up just with some scraps of,burlap,um tulle and i knew i had black lace,somewhere i could not find it,but i found this black,trim stuff,so i use that i think it looks it looks,fine,and i just braided it,then tied it at the end with some black,yarn and i hot glued it,and hot glued it to the the hood and,i actually didn't need to tie these the,hood stayed on my head,well it didn't slip or want to fall off,or anything there was one time i took it,off,to get something out of our car get,something to drink,and i put it on backwards and didn't,realize for a few minutes,but other than that it was fine it was,didn't fall off didn't need to tie these,they just kind of hung down like little,boogie oogie pippy long stocking type,braids,she's judging me judging,thank you for watching this video um you,can check out my other video where i,show my boyfriend's oogie boogie costume,um he made that costume himself i did a,couple little details on it but,it was mostly all him um i think both of,our costumes came out great,we had a fun time with the trunk or,treat you can also check out that video,i did a little slideshow of photos from,that where we were the winners by the,way t,um but yeah,you

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