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  • Hack Halloween Success
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    Maggie Segrich
  • halloweenhalloween costumejewelry blogoctober

Hack Halloween Success

Hack Halloween Success

Working on Halloween costumes at Curious-On-Hudson this past Friday night made me wish that Halloween was more than once a year - or that people, other than myself, would host themed parties that require costumes.

Comments overheard from attendees:

  • "This is the best Halloween event - ever!"
  • "Everyone helping is soo creative!"
  • "Whoa! I thought those legs (see below) were real!"

Costumes that came out of Hack Halloween:

  • Marty McFly - Hover-boarding legs that attached around the waist with a belt, and hovered with the pull of a string.
  • Hercules Beetles - Made from a viking helmet, a garbage can lid, leggings, and lots of spray paint.
  • Baby Bella - A boxed baby doll costume, that attached with straps, $29.99 price tag included.
  • Book - An open-and-shut book costume made with cardboard that strapped to the arms.

Hands-down an event for Rivertown crafters & DIY-ers. A little bird told me Curious-On-Hudson may host an Ugly Holiday Decorating class as well - I may come with bells on.

If you'd like to see some photos from Hack Halloween:

Curious-On-Hudson

  • Post author
    Maggie Segrich
  • halloweenhalloween costumejewelry blogoctober

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