DIY Snapchat Halloween Costumes 

DIY Snapchat costumes.jpg…. Sorry, I was too busy Snaping! But who isn’t these days? Since the world revolves around Snapchat (well at least mine does) I thought I would show you how to create your very own Snapchat Costume. All items were purchased from the dollar store making the total cost eleven dollars minus tax. These are my three favorite filters, well after the deer filter of course. Let’s get started!

The Butterfly Crown Filter:

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Supplies:

For this project you will need butterflies ornaments, a headband, wire cutter, and a glue gun.

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Start off by cutting off the extra wire from the bottom of the butterflies. Once you have a layout for each butterfly, carefully glue them to the headband. Making sure glue is completely dry before glue the next butterfly.

The Flower Crown Filter:

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Supplies:

For this project you will need scissors, faux flowers, a headband, and a glue gun. 

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Start off by Start off by detaching the flowers from the stems. Once you have a layout for each flower, carefully glue them to the headband. Making sure glue is completely dry before glue the next flower.

The Dog Filter:

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Supplies:

For this project you will need scissors, two dog toys, a headband, a sock, two pipe cleaners, a popsicle stick, glue gun, and needle & thread.

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Trim the tail of the toy the length desired, leaving an extra inch. Repeat to the other side. Turn ears inside out making sure stuffing and squeakers have been removed. Cut the pipe cleaners in half, and carefully glue them along the white part making an upside-down v. Once they are dry, turn them inside-out. Trim a vertical slit on each side towards the opening. Securely attach the ears with the pipe cleaners and carefully glue shut. Stuff the sock upside down to the desired amount. Cut off any extra material from the opening and glue together. Sew a vertical line starting midway down the tongue, stopping a half an inch before the bottom. Glue the popsicle stick towards the top of the tongue and fold down.

What is your favorite filter? Snap me your creations @britnefaythe

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